How many Jews were killed in Poland?
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.
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…
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.
How can the Jews claim that Hitler killed 6 million Jews when the population of Jews in Germany was much smaller?
What percentage of the Jews in Poland the Baltic countries and Germany were killed in the Holocaust?
About six million Jews were killed by the Nazis - mostly between June 1941 and May 1945. Many were killed in mass open-air shootings, especially in Russia, Ukraine, Belarus Latvia and Lithuania. Many were starved to death in the ghettos that the Nazis established in Poland and elsewhere. The number killed in extermination camps is lower than six million.