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How many jews escaped to sweden?


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2013-12-17 21:43:08
2013-12-17 21:43:08

7 thousand jewish people were smuggled to Sweden.

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Sweden took jews in because the Demark jews was sent to neutral demark 95% of Demark jews escaped into neutral sweden

over thousands thanks to hankerchief and sailors .

Most of the Jews of Denmark escaped by boat to Sweden.

Before WW2 there were about 2100 Norwegian Jews in Norway. Mostly of them were aither sent to consentrations camps in Poland or they escaped to Sweden.

During the Holocaust only 51/82000 Danish Jews were killed. Most Jews with the help of Neutral Sweden and the Danish Government were able to emmigrate to Sweden since it was neutral during the Holocaust. That was a total of 99.6 per cent of Jews from Denmark were saved from the Nazi Genocide known as the Holocaust.

Staying out of the war, thus being able to rescue Jews from Denmark when they were attacked, most of the danish Jews escaped to Sweden. And supplying the norwegian resistance with arms and training.

There are about 18,000 Jews today in Sweden out of a population of 9 million =D

Over 1,000 Jews escaped because of Oscar Schindler

Nope. The Nazis were kind of what you'd call Hitler's followers. They relocated the Jews from their homes and were going to kill them, but the Jews escaped by boats to Sweden.

Actually many Jews escaped the concentration camps,but it was very difficult to escape because they didn't have any where to go. Some people who were non Jews helped Jews hide when they escaped, but it was dangerous for them to hide anyone who escaped because they could get killed if they were caught.

i don't know exacly but i heard there were millions of Jews killed two escaped

Sweden did to help the Jews is that the Sweden risk their lives.also they let the Jews take them to another country.

The figure usually given for Shanghai is 25,000.

Because the Jews were drunk and Sweden was horny.

It's hard to say, but I read it was in the thousands.

Most countries didn't. Denmark is famous for smuggling all but about 500 Jews out into Sweden, which also helped. Some people walked to Russia or Switzerland, who were also willing to accept refugees, and a few Jews escaped to England.

According to the Wikipedia article on Sobibor, about 300 Jews escaped during the mass breakout on 14 October 1943, but only 50-70 were still alive at the end of World War 2.

not many, of those that left, most of them left after he had assumed power.

Sweden was neutral in WW2, therefore I just hope the answer to your question is nil.

Many, likely, went to both countries.

Sweden. The Jews had to cross a large body of water to get there. Not many could make it.

Sweden was not invaded by the Nazis, so Swedish Jews were safe.

99% of the non combatant jews coming to sweden survived the war.

No, the Danish Jews escaped by boats to Sweden and stayed there during the rest of the war (apart from a small minority going back to Denmark to join the resistance). I assume you don't refer to the few days - maximum weeks - that Jews would have to be in hiding (from the disclosure of the deportation plans) until they could get on a boat to Sweden - in that waiting period they would of course be hidding by Danes.

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