World War 2
How did D Day affect Jews in Germany?
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How were The Jewish affected by D day?
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Why did Germany surrender in Europe in d-day in WW2?
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How did D-Day affect the people of Europe and America?
It effected the Jews a lot because they were being killed because Hitler did not like Jews and he had them sent to special camps where they were killed by deadly poisonous fumes, poison, starving them to death and other horrible things. D-Day was planned to free Jews from these camps or "Free from Nazi Tyranny" but I don't know how it affected the Americans. == == I don't have the full answer to your question, but I want to refute the answer above. D-Day did not affect the Jews in this way since the aim of D-Day was not to destroy the concentration camps. The concentration camps were spread throughout Poland and Germany, none were in France. D-day was meant to surprise the German troops since most of them believed the attack would come further north. It was never an official aim to destroy the concentration camps with a direct attack since attacking them from the air could kill many innocents and getting to them was difficult. The plan for concentration camps was always to liberate those inside, as it happened in the end. == == == == == ==