How were Jewish shop owners treated in nazi Germany?
The Jews had their shops boycotted, then destroyed and they were put in concentration camps and many were killed.
No. England accepted many Jewish refugees from Nazi Germany.
They were treated horribly beyond words
They were killed
Jews in Nazi Germany were treated very poorly. The were beaten, sent to concentration camps, their businesses were burnt down and many were killed.
While the Soviets were anti-Semitic and pretty cruel to the Jews, they were nothing like the monstrosity of Nazi Germany.
they were treated harshly and lots of them were killed by gas and then they were burned
It would really depend on their ethnicity/religion. A Jewish or Slavic farmer would most likely have his land seized, whereas a German farmer probably wouldn't be treated differently than other Germans.
Woman in Nazi Germany were forced to stay home. They didn't react to this especially Jewish woman.
this is hitler
Many citizens of Nazi Germany were treated extremely poorly. They were usually put to death or in concentration camp. The treatment was no different for infertile women who were thought to be harmful to society.
Badly Starved, Beaten and Murdered
children in nazi Germany were affected if you were a German you wenrt allowed to talk to Jewish people you were seem higher than a Jew
Using the Nazi definition of one or more Jewish grandparents, about 1.4% of the population of Germany was Jewish when the Nazis came to power in January 1933. The percentage fell quickly, as many German Jews left the country.
as far as i know,none
to try to find family.
A yellow Star of David.
The Nazi persecution of the Jews had almost nothing to do with religion. It was about 'race' and 'the Jewish spirit' (whatever that is).
Jewish children were teased and bullied in school, in fact teachers encouraged this (i believe it was part of their training, to spread Nazi ideas) Jewish children often were either excluded from school or often didn't choose to go in case of bullying eventually the "law against overcrowding in German schools and universities" passed in 25 April 1933 meant no more than 1.5% of children in schools could be Jewish
Possibly in Nazi Germany. It is a Holy Book of Jewish Law.
Some of the Nazi Party were jewish.
because they were not welcome
The family was targeted and harassed in Nazi Germany because it was Jewish.
The Jewish community
As in most places in Germany, the Jewish population of Nuremberg was culturally German.
People who were not Jews were treated differently than the Jews in Nazi Germany. Some of the Jews were German citizens but they were treated as Jews.
No, the Germans treated Jews as non-human.
The Diary of Anne Frank permits the reader to see the thoughts of a young Jewish girl in hiding during the Nazi period.
not very well --- They were persecuted and sent to concentration camps, where many of them were murdered.
The 'gypsies' (Roma/Sinti) were persecuted and later large numbers of them were killed.
Disabled people were considered "undesirable" and they were sent to concentration camps to be eliminated.
In Germany during the Nazi period, Jewish males who did not have names that were thought to "sound Jewish" were required to take the middle name "Israel."
When the Nazis had hold over Germany for a time, many people that migrated were Jewish. The Nazis were trying to eradicate the Jews, and many left as soon as they were able. Some non-Jewish Germans left as well because they did not agree with Nazi rule.
Jewish people have, at various times throughout their long history, been forced to wear various symbols identifying themselves as Jewish. The most famous of these would be the yellow Star of David, with the word JUDEN in the middle, which they had to wear at all times in Nazi Germany.
The people in Nazi Germany that were Jewish would be put in concentration camps and starved, or put in large ovens to be burnt to death.
happy, telling jewish kids their going to die
In the Holocaust, about 11 million. Half of those casualties were Jewish.
They were naked, unfed, unclean, and treated like dirt! How can these nazis be so heartless?
NO. Albert Einstein was not Nazi he was Jewish. He may have been born in Um Germany but he is still a Jew. Einstein even contributed to a Zionist organization. This is a movement to establish a Jewish national state in Israel.
There were no ghettos in Germany in the Nazi period; they were further east, mainly in Poland. Please see the related question.
the Nazis threw the Jews in concentration camp and would punish or kill them for following any of the Jewish holidays or traditions
There were a number, but the best known is Albert Einstein.
In Germany, Germans were treated with utmost respect, this was during the time of Hitler's nazi regime. Germans treated prisoners of war and individuals in the concentration camps with none.
She was both, but in 1933 the Nazi régime came to power in Germany and started to make life extremely difficult for its own Jewish population.
The Jewish were told they were going to have a shower and then they good locked into a room and gased! Dont ask why but Hitler was one hell of a bad man:
Newpapers, Radio broadcasts, the Olympics, Nuremburg rallies, Hitler's speechs, the banning of jewish and jazz music and the burning of Jewish books.
In Jewish tradition, a person is Jewish when their mother is a Jew. However, Nazi Germany had a different definition: if any of your four grandparents was Jewish, by their standards you were also considered a Jew. If you were considered a Jew by the Nazi Germans, then you would be subject to numerous dehumanizing laws as well as the ultimate genocide faced by the Jews of Europe during Nazi power.
Who was a famous left-handed Jewish scientist who moved to the US from Germany to escape Nazi persecution?
Albert Einstein is the famous Jewish scientist who moved to the United States from Germany to escape Nazi persecution. It has been proven that despite rumors Albert Einstein was not left handed. Samples of his writing have shown that he was right handed.
Well during WWII Germany and the Nazi Party had Ethnocentrism with the Jesuits. So that means wherever the Jewish people lived at that time. Also in America, during the Civil Rights Movements, black people were treated unfairly and bullied to the greatest extent.
Jewish children were allowed to attend Jewish segregated schools until 1939 when education was barred from them. It was illegal for them to learn. Many Jewish children in Nazi Germany were too busy trying to survive after 1939 and education was not a primary concern. Many Jewish children in hiding were taught by convents if they were lucky or not at all. Ghettos had underground schools but education in general was minor at that time… Read More
only nazi Germany trying to exterminate all Jews in the world. not much really