How many numbers were on the Jewish arm during the holocaust and what did they represt?
5 or 6; it depends on when they first arrived and how many were in the camp. If they arrived when it first started then probably five but six later I would say. If you look on Google images and see there numbers you can count.
during the holocaust the Jewish had numbers tattoed on them when they were in the concentration camp these numbers represented who they are this was how they would take roll by looking at the numbers
There was no Jewish state and no 'Jewish ruler'.
Yes, but being Jewish in the Holocaust was not judged by one's self, it was determined by the Nazis.
There is no such thing as a Jewish number on a wrist. But it sounds like you are describing Holocaust survivors, who were tattooed by the Nazis with identification numbers during World Word II.
there were no Jewish ghettos in Germany during the Holocaust.
A work camp during the holocaust was the code name for a Jewish resistanse camp.
9,000,000 people died in France during the Holocaust!!
A Jewish belief system that God's guardianship had been exiled during the Holocaust.
The Star of David is a symbol of Jewish persecution during the Holocaust.
Judaism of course. That's the reason for the Holocaust.
throughout the holocaust.....
Jewish people were treated horribly during the holocaust
The Jewish people had absolutely no rights during the Holocaust.
After the holocaust the Jewish religion was and still is considered more of a culture, just like it was during the Holocaust. About 6 Billion people make up the worlds population and from that there are only 4 million Jews (a very small amount). There would be a bigger Jewish population if 6 Million+ Jews were annihilated during the Holocaust.
. The Jews Were Targeted During The Holocaust Because ; during The Holocaust most jews were put in concertration camps german's blammed many things upon them
Anne Frank was a Holocaust victim and she was not a position to have an impact on the Holocaust itself or on Jewish history. Her diary is immensely valuable as a vivid account of the life of a Jewish girl in extremely difficult and dangerous circumstaces during the Holocaust.
No, the Jewish Holocaust happened during World War II. But it was reported in 1930's newspapers thus throwing the whole narrative into debate.
The Jewish councils during the Holocaust they were responsible for administering the ghettos set up by the Nazis. Their role was highly problematical, to say the least.
The members of Jewish Councils were chosen by the SS. (There were no elections).
during world war 2 most major countries were effected. during the holocaust people of Jewish heritage were affected. also prisoners of war were taken and given similar treatment to those of whom were Jewish or of Jewish heritage.
There was about 75000 French Jewish people killed in the holocaust.
they did nothing during the holocaust. Most Americans thought the Jews provoked it
The yellow Star of David.
The exact number of Jewish children killed during the Holocaust would probably never be known, but it is estimated that 1.2 to 1.5 million children were killed during the Holocaust.
Did you mean what rights did Jewish women have during the Holocaust??? If you did I think they didn't have any rights at all... they would have never had
About 90% of them - that is over 2.9 million - were slaughtered in the Holocaust.
about six million.
Mostly, because they were Jewish or Gypsies.
pretty darn crappy
to liberate people of the Jewish faith
German children did but not Jewish
it was one of the principles of Nazism.
There is no approximate answer to that, however, 6 million Jewish people died during the Holocaust because of the Nazi's cruelty.
There was no formal schooling for Jewish children in German controlled regions during the holocaust. Often Rabis or otherswould gather small groups of children in hidden spots and try to teach them in secret.
Jews, whether practicing or not religious at all, were persecuted and murdered during the Holocaust.
the criminal symbol of the holocaust is the Jewish star that the Jews had to sew on their clothes on top of their heart
There was no single, co-ordinated Jewish response. Have a look at the related question.
Courageous people everywhere, particularly in Germany and France, risked their lives to help Jews escape from the Holocaust. 'The Righteous Among the Nations' is a project of the Yad Vashem Holocaust Martyrs and Heroes Remembrance Authority to honor non-Jewish Holocaust rescuers. To date, there have been over 22 000 names recorded, although true numbers will never be known. The countries with the highest representations are Poland, the Netherlands, France, and Belgium.
They were worked to death or gased in the chambers.
yes, but not many.
Most didn't survive.
People who practiced and believed the Jewish faith
Over 1 million.
You can see pictures of them. Go to google.com and click on Images and then type in the word Holocaust.