netherlands,poland and france
No, some of them escaped and others lived in countries that were not directly affected by the Holocaust.
The three most affected were no doubt Germany, Poland and the Ukraine.
Spain was not affected by the holocaust. Germany was the sole cause of the holocaust and never controlled Spain.
about 65 million Jews died or got buried alive.
Mostly the Jews, gays and Gypsies of Central Europe, Germany, Austria, Poland and neighboring countries.
What do you mean by 'local countries'? I also wonder if you are confusing World War 2 with the Holocaust. Please see related question (below) for list of countries occupied by Germany in World War 2.
Six million Jews died during the Holocaust. Many more (e.g. their families, friends, etc.) were affected. About 5 million Jews were murdered in the Holocaust. More than hundreds of thousands of Jews emigrated away to different countries.
The US Constitution was not affected by Holocaust.
Africa was not affected by the Holocaust.
This depends upon where you are; the laws/restrictions in countries affected by the Holocaust have stricter terms. Countries who were not involved like the USA or China have no restrictions.
It sounds as if you are confusing the holocaust (genocide and mass murder of Jews, Gypsies, political opponents and other by the Nazis) with World War 2.
The holocaust affected people by not trusting anyone
peoples lives were affected for a long time after the holocaust including the families of those that had died.
The people most affected by the holocaust were the members of the Jewish community.
Britain was not affected by the Holocaust (Nazi genocide).
during world war 2 most major countries were effected. during the holocaust people of Jewish heritage were affected. also prisoners of war were taken and given similar treatment to those of whom were Jewish or of Jewish heritage.
Mainly Jews, homosexuals, POWs , Romas, but also, citizens of other countries like USSR and Poland.
i think every country on the planet had in someway been affected, easily more than half the population.
those who were a part of it will never cease to be affected by it.
Germany is the country that made the holocaust
All cities with a Jewish population were affected. However, that seems obvious and I wonder if you are equating the holocaust with World War 2?