Did Germans move out of Germany during the hollocost?

Lots of Germans, yes, did move out of Germany for a while during the Holocaust because they were against Hilter's beliefs against Jews. Of course, the Germans that were Nazis were too obsessed with Hilter's power that they did not move out because they agreed with him. Many Germans were upset with what Hilter was doing because a lot of Germans had connections with Jews. During that time, some Germans were upset with the Nazis because Jewish literature, physics, and arts were considered "bad" and they were banned.