open and closed ghettos.
There were Closed, Open, and Destruction ghettos during the Holocaust..
The ghettos were run by the people living in them.
in relation to the Holocaust there are no more ghettos. But there are ghettos in the more deprived areas of the world.
The ghettos are important to understanding the holocaust because the death camps weren't the whole story. A lot of people died in the ghettos as they were cut off from everything else and starved of necessities. It was a similar dehumanization that brought out the worst, and occasionally the best, in people.
There was no 'after the Holocaust' for people in the ghettos ... All the ghettos were emptied by August 1944 and the remaining Jews were sent to extermination camps where they were gassed. A tiny number survived.
In the Holocaust the ghettos were all liquidated by Nazis by August 1944. The remaining residents were sent to extermination camps.
there were no Jewish ghettos in Germany during the Holocaust.
The support that the Nazis gave to the ghettos was quickly withdrawn and the ghettos were forced to become profitable.
The purpose of the ghettos was to separate Jews from the rest of society.
Warsaw, Lodz, Krakau.