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dehumanizing treatment Quotes

Four of the best book quotes about dehumanizing treatment
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“Soldiers and civilians, intensely propagandized by their government, usually carried their own caustic prejudices about their enemies, seeing them as brutish, subhuman beasts or fearsome ‘Anglo-Saxon devils.’ This racism, and the hatred and fear it fomented served as an accelerant for the abuse of Allied prisoners.”
Laura Hillenbrand
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Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption
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“Men subjected to dehumanizing treatment experience profound wretchedness and loneliness and find that hope is almost impossible to retain.”
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“You had a very positive response. Tomorrow, of course, there’ll be two sessions, morning and afternoon, and I should imagine that you’ll be feeling a bit limp at the end of the day. But we have to be hard on you, you have to be cured.”
Alex
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“She told me that she always encouraged her girls and her girls’ children to use the library, and by her girls she means grownup Antiguan women.”

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