How many Jews did Poland kill?
2.9-3.0 Million Polish Jews were killed in the Holocaust. There were numerous other pogroms and attacks on the Jewish community in Poland throughout the centuries, especially between 1795 and 1919 when the country of Poland was occupied by Prussia/Germany, Austria/Austria-Hungary, and Russia.
Of course not. Hitler invaded Poland because he hated the poles and he wanted to kill all the Jews in Poland.
From 1939 when he invaded Poland to 1945 when he committed suicide.
Many concentration camps were not in Germany. Auschwitz is in Poland for example. As the Germans invaded other countries, they found other Jews that were also sent to the camps.
300,000 Polish Jews were in Poland at the end of World War 2.
As far as I know, there were 3.5 million Jews in Poland at least at the outbreak of WW2.
The current Jewish population of Poland is about 8,000 only. See the Wikipedia article on The Jews in Poland. (Compare with an estimated 3.3 million in 1939). In 2010 3,200 Jews lived in Poland according to http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/Judaism/jewpop.HTML.
About 3.3 million.
before the war there were about 4,000 living Jews after the war there were about between 1,000-100 living Jews by the way i am only 10
Poland, 3 million Jews were killed. Their was a jewish population of 3.3 Million in poland and 91% of the jewish population were killed due to Nazi occupation of Poland
The Jewish census in Poland was 3.3 Million in 1939.
Hitler sent the Jews to their deaths by sending them to one of the 100s of concentrations camps. Most concentration camps were located either in Poland or Germany.
Where you worship depends on your religion, not your nationality. People in Poland worship in many different types of places. Most Christians in Poland worship in a church, because Christians worship in a church. Most Jews in Poland worship in a temple or synogogue, because that is where Jews worship. Muslims in Poland worship in Mosques, because that is where Muslims worship. Many religions (including Christians, Jews, and Muslims) also worship at home.
Prewar Poland had a Jewish population of 3.3 million, easily the largest in Europe. About 90% of Polish Jews were killed in the Holocaust.
about three million.
Of course, Adolf Hitler was most organized. He was in charge and he basically started the world war 2, because he tried to invade Poland and was killing so many Jewish people.
Poland already had the largest concentration of Jews in the world.
6 million jews
About 3 million Polish Jews were murdered, mostly in Poland (especially at Trebkinka, Chelmno, Majdanek, Belzec, Sobibor and Auschwitz). About half of Polish Jews died due to starvation, disease and mass shooting by the Germans. However, the total number of Jews killed in occupied Poland was higher as Jews were deported to Auschwitz and other extermination camps from countries far away from Poland. In particular, Jews from France, Greece, Hungary, Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany… Read More
There are about 8,000 practising Jews in Poland. In 1939 there were about 3.3 million ...
They killed all the jews and Poland had lots of jews.
LOTS of them!
While Genghis Khan was exceedingly violent and certainly did kill Jews, he did not take any specific action to target Jews for death. He pillaged, burned, and murdered millions of whom some were Jews. The only serious action that Genghis Khan took against the Jews (and Muslims as well) was to ban ritual slaughter practices of shechita (and dhabiha in the Islamic case).
basically because he could not do anything else with them. He had created a situation where he had concentrated millions of Jews into a corner of Poland and there was not enough food for them. Killing them seemed to be the best solution.
Not many Jews were killed within the borders of the Netherlands, but around 110,000 Dutch Jews were Killed during the Holocaust. Most of them were sent to Concentration Camps in Poland and Germany.
Bacause he belived all Slavic races including Poland and aspecially Poland needed to be wiped out to make room for germans. Poles were thought to be sub-human just like Jews or Gypsies.
Prior to the Holocaust, Poland had the largest Jewish population in the world. As of 2010, there are about 22,000 Jews living there.
Jews did not deport Jews.
Yes. Jews have been deliberately killed at many points in history. Many genocides such as the Holocaust and "smaller" pogroms such as the Kishinev Pogrom have been designed to deliberately kill Jews. Jews have also been kill incidentally in other conflicts.
In many countries, such as Poland and Lithuania, the Nazis first forced the Jews to live in overcrowded ghettos.
In the period from about 1945 onwards, many Poles saw the Jews are Communists trying to gain control of Poland.
In the Middle Ages and in the early modern period up to at least c. 1650 Poland was relatively tolerant towards the Jews. At that time it was an obvious place (and in many cases the only place) for Jews persecuted elsewhere to flee to. In many parts of Europe the Jews were accused of causing the bubonic plague, but the Black Death stopped short of Poland. The country was not affected and so this… Read More
Well, to begin with, when Nazi Germany occupied Poland starting in 1939, they made a point of murdering the Jews there. When the war ended, about 3 million Polish Jews had been slaughtered, leaving around 200,000 survivors. After the war was over, many of these survivors wound up leaving Poland, and moved to places like the US or Israel.
Hitler killed Jews because he did not like them. If you were not like him, he wanted to kill you. Hitler was a very evil person.
Many tried to return to their home countries, but in Poland many Jews were murdered after the Holocaust. Others went to Palestine/Israel, the U.S., Canada.
Some Jews were transported from Germany to Poland in late 1939 and early 1940 on an 'experimental basis'. Routine transports of Jews from Germany to Poland began on 15 October 1941.
If you mean 'How many Polish Jews were killed in the Holocaust?' please see the related question. If, however, you mean in Poland literally, it is very hard to give an answer because: 1. Poland's borders were changed several times between 1939 and 1945. 2. The main extermination camps were all in Poland (pre World War 2 borders), and Jews were transported there from all over Europe to be killed.
There was growing antisemitism in Europe before 1933. Especially in Poland, which had been a haven for Jews since the fifteenth century when they were expelled from many countries. It was because of this issue that many Jews left Poland for Germany, which led to a lot of discontent in Germany and provided Hitler with a platform to stand on politically.
About 22 where killed in Norway. But 768 norwegian jews where sent to death camps in Germany/Poland, few survived. Some 1100 jew survived the war, of them 925 jews who managed to flee to Sweden.
By the start of the Holocaust the (affected) Jews had already suffered many years of discrimination, most Jews in Poland were in ghettos, Jews in Germany had most of their rights taken away from them.
joseph stalin killed over 123,000 people but he didnt kill any jews
Jews in Poland - 1957 was released on: USA: 16 April 1957
The Jews in Poland - 1920 was released on: USA: 26 August 1920
3.3 Million By Starr Wilson from CMA
Why did who kill which Jews .
not a simple question, but because so many countries sent their Jews to be killed in Poland, the answer is: Poland 1. On the eve of World War 2 in Europe, Poland had by far the largest Jewish population - about 3.3 million. An estimated 2.9 million of them were killed in the Holocaust. 2. All the major extermination camps were in occupied Poland.
5 million Jews wanted to kill Hitler.
adolf Hitler tried to kill all Jews
About 6 million Jews were killed at the hands of the Nazis. The majority of these were not German Jews and most of the killings took place in Nazi-occupied Poland.