1. Referring to the murder of the Jews and pleading for intervention, the Archbishop of Canterbury, head of the Church of England, told the House of Lords on March 23, 1943: We have before us at this moment a tremendous responsibility. We stand at the bar of history, of humanity, and of God. Describe to what extent the churches and the western powers attempted to meet this responsibility. Discuss why they did not do more. 2. According to Albert Camus, The history of the holocaust requires keeping a double memorya memory of the best and of the worst about human beings. How has the terms work demonstrated the value of Camuss observation? 3. What insights about survival and human behavior does Primo Levi provide for us in his Survival in Auschwitz?