This war was one of the worst " things " that hit the world. So many victims, lost homes, even entire towns, rage, hatred, betrayal.
Have we learned anything, did we become better people after that, or is it all the same, or maybe even worse?
Families ended because a lot of young men died fighting for their countries, and as we all know a lot of women, children and old people have died in the concentration camps.
One of the things we have learned is to never attack Russia in the Winter. Hitler obviously didn't hear about the winter in Russia or didn't hear about Napoleon's invasion in 1812, otherwise he would have done things differently.
According to a lot of historians, Germany lost the Second World War because Hitler has opened up a second front with Russia in 1941.
Another thing we learned is that freedom isn't free. People often underrate freedom thinking that it is something that anyone can afford, but the truth is totally different.
Sometimes being free is actually a luxury you wouldn't want to lose.
Trust no one. Back then, people were so scared ( and some of them were blinded by Hitler ) for their lives, and the lives of their loved ones, that they would do anything to save themselves.
They would betray anyone, especially if they were Jew, and that was also one of the reasons why many people died.
Yes, you can trust your family and really good friends, but that's it.
We are hoping that other people have learned a lot more and that this will never happen again.