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How were Jews treated in 1930's and 1940s in the US?


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2011-09-13 06:01:49
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Jews were treaded badly

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Black Slaves, brought to America by force, and treated like garbage after they were freed by the Civil War, until the passage of Civil Rights Laws in the mid 1960s.. The immigrants who came to the USA voluntary who faced the greatest challenge were the Jews. The USA is mainly a Christian nation and Jews faced a lot of hardships when they came to the USA. The USA was closed to most Jews in the 1930s and 1940s, and since, they were not wanted in other nations, many Jews who wanted to escape Nazi Germany, found out no country wanted them, so with no place to go, they wound up in the gas chambers.

They were treated really badly and they had no respect. some of the Jews were slaves for the Christian's. some or even most of the Jews were executed during that time. There is also some information in THE MERCHANT OF VENICE. the quotes tell us how they were exactly treated and how the Jews might have felt.

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No, we treated them like anyone else. (Government wise) I don't know if individual people had their own feelings.

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