In Poland, some Jews who returned home were killed by neighbors.
Most went to Displaced Persons' Camps until they could find countries to settle in.
Others tried to immigrate to other countries, especially the U.S.
Many Jews wanted to go to Palestine/Israel though few immigrants were allowed in (until 1948) as the British still had control and didn't want to fuel anger with the Arabs, who didn't want Jews to immigrate.
Noone lived "in" the Holocaust, but some did "during" the holocaust. What happened to them?, Well some died and some lived.
Those that survived the Holocaust were finally liberated from the camps by the allied forces, starting in mid 1944. By that time the Nazis had succeeded in destroying large amount of evidence implicating their role in the holocaust. However, the gruesome memory of the holocaust still remains fresh in people who survived this terrible ordeal.
200,000 people survived
There was no 'after the Holocaust' for people in the ghettos ... All the ghettos were emptied by August 1944 and the remaining Jews were sent to extermination camps where they were gassed. A tiny number survived.
Germany was defeated. Judaism survived.
One Holocaust survivor, David Faber, survived because he promised his mother (who was murdered) he would tell the world what happened.
Those who survived the appallingly low rations and the disease were later sent to extermination camps.
There was no medal for surviving the Holocaust.
Not very many people survived. Nobody knows the exact number but about, 1 in 10 survived which is an estimated.___Less then 1% of the people survived the Holocaust.___One of the problems is that there is no agreed definition of Holocaust survivor. However, please see the related question, which gives a figure of about 200,000.Approximately 3,546,211 people survived the holocaust if one is referring to the number of Jews. The actual number of people cannot be accounted for in that case.
CF is horrible.
The people who survived the atrocities of the Holocaust were left with many physical and emotional issues. It took years for many of these people to recover. They were left with nothing, and had to begin their life over, often in new countries.
there are quite a few people who survived if you want answers look it up.
There were more than 12 children who survived the Holocaust.
no about 150,000 survived
people used to be realy bad to others like leo he survived the holocaust its very sad to know.
he survived the Holocaust and had Anne's diary published, he later died in august 1980
They would then be killed, sooner rather than later.
People who dispute the Holocaust deniers are the people who believe that happened. People fight back and prove that the Holocaust occurred.
she survived cause god survived her
They were killed.
It is hard to determine what the people who survived the holocaust did next. It is safe to assume that many returned home to rebuild their lives. Many others probably immigrated to new lands to begin life with a fresh start.
in theory everyone who escaped or lived through the Holocaust survived it. There were some countries which surrendered less of their Jews to the Nazis than others. Others managed to escape to neutral or hostile nations and some survived in occupied Europe.
some people died..some people survived..the ones who survived went home....
Some of the people that were hiding in the Holocaust died, while others were sent to concentration camps. Though brutal, some Jews survived.
Only 30,000 survived.