answersLogoWhite
Holocaust
Germany in WW2
Judaism
History

How many Jews lived in Europe before the Holocaust?

414243

Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
Answered
2011-01-04 16:11:54
2011-01-04 16:11:54

On the eve of World War 2 there were an estimated 9.4-9.5 million Jews in Europe and after the war about 3.4 million.

001
๐Ÿฆƒ
0
๐Ÿคจ
0
๐Ÿ˜ฎ
0
๐Ÿ˜‚
0

User Avatar
Anonymous
Answered
2020-06-11 12:19:05
2020-06-11 12:19:05

3

001
๐Ÿฆƒ
0
๐Ÿคจ
0
๐Ÿ˜ฎ
0
๐Ÿ˜‚
0

Related Questions


Nine million Jews lived in Europe before the holocaust had occured


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.


After World War 2 there were only about 3.4 million Jews left in Europe.


What a stupid question!!! She lived like any normal girl, Jews were not of threat before the Holocaust


Just before the start of World War 2 about 3.3 million Jews lived in Poland, in other words just over one third of the 9.7 million Jews in Europe -so about 34%.


Of the 9.4 million or so European Jews prior to the Holocaust, only 3.4 million survived. Jews outside of Europe were generally untouched numerically by the Holocaust, so there were about 4.5 million Jews outside of Europe both before and after the Holocaust. This leads to a combined total of 7.9 million Jews in 1946.


560,000 Jews Lived in Germany prior to the Hitler coming to power


3.3 Million By Starr Wilson from CMA


There were about 16 million Jews worldwide before the Holocaust; afterwards, about 10 million.


Although the population has not been determined in Ukraine for Jewish residents before the Holocaust, there are some shocking numbers. It is estimated that nearly 900,000 Jews were killed in Ukraine.


The Holocaust by definition was the Nazis' attempt to rid Europe of its Jews.


The main result of the Holocaust was about six million Jews dead in Europe and many major centres of Jewish life and culture completely destroyed. Before the Holocaust there were about 3.3 million Jews in Poland, and after the Holocaust only about 400,000.


to rid Europe of its Jews.


They were pretty well off. Germany was one of the most liberal and safe places for Jews in Europe from the 1700s up until the Holocaust.


Germany is in Europe, anyway.The Holocaust - the extermination of the Jews - was maonly carried out in Poland.


There were about 9,000,000 Jews in Europe during the Holocaust years. Two-thirds of them, all civilians, were killed. See also the attached Related Link.


In Europe, before the start of World War 2 there were about 9.3 million Jews. About 6 million perished in the Holocaust, which gives a percentage of about 64.5%.Worldwide, there were about 16 million Jews in 1939, of whom nearly all those who were killed lived in Europe. Nearly all the Jews killed in the Holocaust lived in Europe: 6 million/16 million gives of 37.5%.These percentages should be taken as approximations only, especially as there are differing defintions of 'Jewish'. The Nazis used a 'racial' definition, but for most purposes Jewish religious organizations used definitions based on religion.


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.


Before the Holocaust, some nine million Jews were spread throughout Europe. Their rights and economic situation had, by the mid-twentieth century, improved in comparison to the preceding centuries. Thus the policies of the Nazis were a complete departure from what had come before that.


During this time of the twentieth century, about nine-million Jews were living Europe. When the Holocaust began, deportations of Jews began. In the end, approximately six-million of the nine-million Jews died at the hands of Nazis. In other words, two out of every three Jews were killed by the Nazis by the end of the Holocaust.



Villages or Towns Jews lived in during the holocaust


There were about 9.4 million Jews in Europe just before the start of World War 2 and a further 7 million or so elsewhere.


Every country in Europe partially saved people from the holocaust. People would hide Jews in their homes until the holocaust was over.


Just before the start of World War 2 Poland had about 3.3 million Jews - by far the largest Jewish population in Europe. Between 2.9 and 3.0 million of the Polish Jews were killed in the Holocaust.



Copyright ยฉ 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.