How were the Jews treated up to 1940?
Assimilated Jews were barely tolerated.
Orthodox Jews were were ridiculed despised and hated.
Ordinary, working class Jews were needed, tolerated and held in a state of limbo.
Germany's Nuremberg laws made them all equal.
Jews in Holland in the 1940 were subject to all of the inhumane Nazi Laws as every other area under Nazi domination. Jews were thrown into ghettos where they were overpacked and disease ran rampant. Some Dutchmen resisted the occupation and/or helped Jews hide, but the majority begrudgingly accepted the new system, especially after the city of Rotterdam was leveled on account of a Dutch insurrection.
Hyrcanus and Aristobulus, the two sons of the Jewish King Yannai (Johanan Hyrcanus, 1st century BCE), got the Romans involved in Judea when they asked them to settle a dispute. At first the Romans were cordial; and they actually became party to a military treaty with Judea (Talmud, Avodah Zara 8b). The Romans didn't interfere much in Jewish internal matters, because the main thing that they wanted was taxes and a quiet populace. A couple…
bad. Jews were treated like dogs. no one had any respect for them and no body treated them like humans. they were blamed for EVERYTHING!!! yes this is umfair, but there was nothing the Jews could do about it. the Germans could do anything they wanted to, to the Jews and all that would happen to them was that they would get a pat on the back. bad. Jews were treated like dogs. No body…
Answer Memebers of some religions have always treated people who hold different beliefs to their own in a quite negative way. Christians have treated Muslims and Jews poorly, Muslims have treated Christians and Jews poorly, at times Jews have treated Christians poorly. Each group believes that only its scriptures are true and that to claim otherwise is an insult to that religion's founder.