They couldn't do nothing every right the Jews had was taken away.
Lives, shops, and the thought of being safe.
In Germany the Jews' pets were taken away from them in September 1939.
If you mean in the Holocaust it was not a matter of Christians versus Jews, but of Nazis (and their collaborators) against the Jews. The Nazis did not see this as a religious matter but as racial. In the period 1933-1945, the Nazis deprived the Jews under their control of everything, including their lives.
They drank cups of tea to make themselves feel better.
Everything. That's the short answer.
Jews valubles were taken from them during the Holocaust such as pictures and things worth money.It was more extreme than that. On arrival at the camps everything was taken away from them - including their clothes. Before they went into the gas chambers the women's hair was cut off - and used to stuff furniture. Most important of all, their lives were taken.
Everything - their property, their freedom and their lives.
Jews were removed by force from Germany starting in October 1941. By 1944 there were not many Jews left in Germany ...
no, the Jews were the main race taken but there were also gypsies, any free radicals that the Nazis could find.. anyone who was different was taken.
The right of citizenry was taken away from the Jews by the Nuremberg laws on citizenship and race.
because they were going to be killed either way. Because they were being opressed. Their willpower was being taken away from them, and German sodiers patrolled the streets. They were being threatened, and every night friends and family were being taken away from them. They were afraid.
their dignity , their hair , and their human rights , oh and their lifes
There was nothing that they could do, the measures were an attempt to get the Jews to leave the country, but there were few places to go to.
they killed Jews and literally tortured them out of their homes. the Jews were forced to give their whole lives away and leave all of their most prized possessions away.
ghettos were places where Jews lived away from the Nazis they couldn't escape because they were a place where Jews were allowed in and could only sometimes go out .the Jews were usually taken away to the concentration camps after a while.
They took shoes clothes and possesions of any value away from the jews. They basically took anything. Including false teeth. They forced the jews to pull out theirn own false teeth.
All of the answers are correct
No they didn`t!
By the start of the Holocaust the (affected) Jews had already suffered many years of discrimination, most Jews in Poland were in ghettos, Jews in Germany had most of their rights taken away from them.
Becuse they would be taken to concentration camps.
Because they were over powered and slaughtered in the night or taken away with no warning and no chance
He rounded them up into concentration camps where they lost their dignity, freedom and lives.
their land was taken away from them so they struggled to live normal native american lives