By about late 1939 very few Jews in Germany or Austria had jobs any more and those who did (for example, in the professions) were only allowed to work for other Jews. In mid 1939 Heydrich wrote to Himmler suggesting that an official list of occupations be drawn up that Jews were allowed to do, as he feared that otherwise they would become a burden on the "public purse". Himmler replied telling him not to worry about it ...
During World War 2 the Nazis and some of their allies forced Jews to live in ghettos in many parts of Europe.
In many countries, such as Poland and Lithuania, the Nazis first forced the Jews to live in overcrowded ghettos.
He had no choice. He (and many other Jews) were forced into many camps like this by the Nazis and Hitler.
The Nazis outlawed many and eventually almost all jobs for Jews, eliminating their ability to support themselves.
Nazis and Jews are not alike in any way. Those people who say or believe that Nazis and Jews are alike are not only wrong, they are intolerant and bigoted. Nazis, the followers of Adolph Hitler, discriminated against Jews, and murdered or tortured many Jews in the Holocaust. Ask any Holocaust survivor, and they will tell you how the Nazis harmed the Jews. They will also tell you that Jews are not Nazis, and are not like the Nazis in any way.
the Nazis killed the Jews ------------------------------- i know of twenty, but there are more, partisans did not keep such records.
The Nazis simply layed a trail of cookie crums so that the Jews would follow and when the Nazis had the Jews in there trap they would lock then gates
6 million jews
Around 1,100,000 Jews were murdered at Auschwitz by the Nazis.
6.8 million Jews were murdered
The Nazis believed many, often contradictory, things about the Jews. One of the Nazis' favourite themes was that the Jews and the Germans were locked in some mysterious struggle for domination of Germany, Europe, even the world!
Roughly 6 million Jews were murdered by the Nazis, either in the concentration camps, or outside the camps during the war.
There was no conflict, no war between the Jews and the Germans. If anything, many Jews were inclined to be pro-German. There was a completely unprovoked onslaught by the Nazis against the Jews, mainly because the Nazis regarded Jews as Communists - and Nazism saw the eradication of Communism at its key 'mission'.
The Nazis would beat the Jews up and treat the worthlessly. But the Nazis tried their best not to let the Jews know what they were doing. They would tell other Jews not to tell other Jews about what they were doing. But if I had to say then the Nazis would just shoot people in front of the Jews and many scary things. I advise you to watch movies and historical movies of the time so you personally can see how the Jews were treated.
About six million.
It was one of the many ways in which the Nazis humiliated the Jews.
6 million Jews. Not sure about how many Romanies.Answer:Current research places the number of Roma killed by the Nazis at between 100,000 and 200,000.
Kristallnacht also called night of broken glass. many Jewish shops were looted. 93 Jews killed that night. many synagogues were burned to the ground. afterwards the Jews were forced to clean up . they were charged for the damages by the Nazis. also they had to give any insurance they collected to the Nazis. this was the writing on the wall for the jews, many began to try to flee the country.
Nazis moved many Jews from their homes and confined them in small areas of a city also known as what?
The Nazis had a major problem with the Jews and this is still remembered many years later. The rampage took place in 1938 and it is called the Kristallnacht.
6,000,000 Jews were killed during the holocaust.