To a some extent they never have recovered. I don't think anyone can say the European Jewish community has 'recovered'.
How can a community, a people recover from something as traumatic and horrific as the Holocaust? There's a phrase used in connection with the Armenian Holocaust that springs to mind: "the abomination of desolation" - the feeling of being unwanted and hated, and for no good reason. Worse still, there is a feeling that in some sense "the world let it happen". Obviously, I know that once it was under way, there was little or nothing that the Allies could have done to stop it. However, one should also remember the unwillingness of many countries to admit refugees or more than a handful in the years before the outbreak of World War 2. Britain admitted about 70,000 refugees, the U.S about 250,000 - a drop in the ocean but of course better than, say, Turkey, which admitted about 1,000. New Zealand didn't even admit 1,000.
there is no 'jews holocaust' look for the dates of the Holocaust
The number of Jews before the Holocaust was 11,000,000. In the Holocaust 6,000,000 Jews died, which means after the Holocaust there were about 5,000,000 Jews.
The Jews did not make the Holocaust. Six million Jews were killed IN the Holocaust. The Holocaust was created by Hitler, Himmler, and those in their political realm, not by Jews. The Jews were innocent. They were not guilty of anything
Nazis killed Jews in the Holocaust.
there would not have been the Holocaust without the Jews.
The Jews targeted in the Holocaust were civilians.
There was no 'leader of the Jews' during the Holocaust. The Jews were not a country or an organization.
The Holocaust is mainly referred to Jews because Jews were mainly the ones persecuted.
because the Holocaust was all about the persecution of the Jews
The jews and the non jews were killed during the holocaust.
There were about 16 million Jews worldwide before the Holocaust; afterwards, about 10 million.
In the Holocaust Jews were killed simply for being Jews, in fact simply for existing.
Yes! There were MANY Holocaust survivors. About one-third of European Jews survived the Holocaust.
About how many non Jews were killed in the Holocaust
The Holocaust is the name we give to the German attempted genocide of the Jews.
6 million jews were killed in the holocaust
During the Holocaust, about 6.6 Million Jews were killed during the Holocaust. Six million non-Jews were killed during the Holocaust, too.
No country specifically 'helped the Jews' during the Holocaust.
Did Jews get back at the Germans after the Holocaust? ___ No, they had better and more important things to do.
In the holocaust 6,000.000 Jews were killed in different ways.
The holocaust changed the life of jews by killing most of them in WW2
The German's were part of the Holocaust and so was Poland also the Jews were Ha Jews
The Danish people proved that the Holocaust could be stopped by saving 99% of their Jews. 7,220 of their 7,500 Jews survived the Holocaust.
Jews during the Holocaust in Nazi-occupied europe were putted into Concentration Camps. Jews who wern't in the Nazi Zones were lucky to survive and not to be involved with the Holocaust.
5 million Jews were killed and 6 million non Jews died in the holocaust