How many Jews survived World War 2?

Worldwide there were about 16 million Jews in 1939 and about 10 million at the end of World War 2. Obviously, the number of people who were in actual danger of being sent to death camps and managed to avoid this fate is much smaller, and the number of Jews who were sent to camps but survived is even smaller. (Jews living in the U.S., Britain and other countries not under Nazi control should not be counted as survivors).