During the actual Holocaust (1941-1945) Jews in Germany and other areas under German control were not allowed to go anywhere - except to the death camps. Until 1940 German Jews were allowed to emigrate to any country that would accept them.
The Jews were not in Palestine during World War I. The UN decided to create an Jewish country after World War II and the Holocaust.
the Jews did not betray their own country. Hitler was being very cruel towards them.
they were not allowed to leave the ghetto.
There was no 'leader of the Jews' during the Holocaust. The Jews were not a country or an organization.
There are no Jews living in Jordan, Jews aren't allowed citizenship in Jordan. Jews are allowed to travel to Jordan but these days there aren't a lot of Jewish visitors to that country.
Jews were allowed to work during World War 2 in the United States. However, in many European countries, they had to go into hiding and were not able to work.
During the Holocaust the Jews were prevented from leading normal lives; they were not allowed to earn a living and, above all, they were not allowed to live.they couldn't go outside and they had to wear yellow stars to show that they are Jews
At the start of World War 2 was Poland with 3.3 Million Jews. by the end of World War 2, it only had 250,000 left and by then the Soviet Union had the most surviving Jews, which was 1.75 Million. Total of 1.1 Million Soviet Jews were killed during the Holocaust.
They weren't allowed to live.
Jews were not allowed to have basic rights, such as going into public after 8 pm They were also not allowed to have national health insurance.
yes i think
Countries did not ban Jews, they banned Jewish refugees. Jews who were already nationals were fine.
Before Hitler become leader Jews were ordered to wear gold stars and were restricted as to where they could go and how they could get there. After Hitler become the leader Jews were put in concentration camps that they were not allowed to leave.
No they weren't,The Jews were only targeted in the country's of Europe that that fell under the control of the Germans prior to and during WW2. they were targeted among others to be undesirable and earmarked for extermination, during this period.
No country specifically 'helped the Jews' during the Holocaust.
Before and during WWII.
A lot of Jews got killed if they were in a country with the Holocaust.
The Atrocities of the Holocaust that were elaborated on during the Nazi Trials became irrefutable evidence that the Jews needed a country of their own. This allowed Zionists to convince numerous people around the world of the necessity of Israel, eventually resulting in Israeli Independence.
They would just complain too much. ____ In World War 1 the German Jews fought in the German Army and acquitted themselves well. The question really needs to specify the country and time.
Yes, but not regular bread during Passover.
After all, they were not allowed to live.
to attack muslims.