What kept the Jews from leaving the Ghettos?
The SS and themselvesd kept Jews in the Ghetto. The SS because, the Jews were threatened to be killed on the spot if they dis obey the orders made by an SS Officer or SS Guard. They kept themselves in the Ghetto because, they were feared of what would of happened if they try or do escape.
Ghettos were the places they kept the Jews. The ghettos were isolated, enclosed communities that the Germans kept the Jews in. Ghettos were where the Jews were forced to live, under horrible conditions.
To keep Jews there...for instance they were kept in ghettos..later they were sent to camps
The Jews were kept in concentration camps and death camps in different places in Nazi-occupied territory. In Poland, from early 1940 onwards, the Jews were herded into ghettos, which were then sealed off. The food allowed into the ghettos was grossly insufficient. Later, the Jews were transported from the ghettos to the extermination camps.
Ghettos were a small section of a city where Jews were herded into and kept until they were sent to concentration camps.
The main ones were ghettos and concentration camps.
Indeed. Jews were in ghettos.
ghettos were used to contain Jews and other stereotypical "dirty people", deemed by Hitler and his soilders. Ghettos kept the "clean people" away from the "dirty" people.
Jews did not agree to be police in the ghettos, they were made to!
Jews were ordered into ghettos by the Nazis. (Non-Jews living in designated ghettos had to get out). People had to move on foot.
Traditional ghettos were seen as permanent places for Jews to live (separated from the rest of the population). The Nazis, on the other hand, saw the ghettos as temporary - as staging posts in the Final Solution. The last 'traditional' Jewish ghetto - that in Rome - had been opened (liberated) in 1870. The Nazis reintroduced ghettos for Jews in Poland, Lithuania and Latvia in 1939-41 and deliberately kept the food and water supplies inadequate.
It depended on the ghetto and the year. The Nazis kept on forcing more and more Jews into the ghettos. By early 1942 in the Warsaw Ghetto there were ten (!) people to each room.
Jews were not just one group of people in one place. Ghettos were established throughout the war, Jews were forced into ghettos throughout the war, where they were depended on when they were deported.
The Nazis started to move Jews into ghettos in Poland in November 1939.
only Jews were in the ghettos but many people were sent to concentration camp
Even though they knew they did not like the Jews, simply killing them was initially a bridge too far for many a nazi. Their own propaganda forced them to do something, even though most did not want to kill them outright. So they created ghettos. In the course of 1941-1942, the plans for the final solution slowly took shape, and the ghettos were cleared, sending the Jews to their deaths in the concentration camps. The… Read More
basically as soon as the Germans occupied a country, they would put the Jews into ghettos.
Yes, what ever Ghettos their were in the Axis state, jews were sent to them
Until August/September 1941 the Nazis tried to bully Jews in Germany and western Europe into leaving for areas not under Nazi control. In Poland, however, the Jews were herded into ghettos.
There are always Jews who celebrate Passover regardless of the location or circumstances. Jews celebrated Passover in the ghettos, and then in the concentration camps.
The ghettos for Jews were in occupied Europe from 1939 to 1944. The Jews were required to live prior to their transportation to extermination camps. ____ The Nazi ghettos were mainly in Poland, Lithuania, Belarus, Ukraine and Hungary.
The Jewish ghettos were sections of the city that were allocated specifially for Jewish housing.
Jews were sent to ghettos by rounding them and make them march to the ghetto area. Other Jews joined the march when it went by their house.
Ghettos were small parts of cities during the Holocaust where Nazis forced Jews to live. They took the Jews from the surrounding area and forced them into the ghettos. The ghettos were used as a way to control and segregate Jews while the German Nazis decided what to do with the Jews. Eventually, the Germans created killing centers, where the Jews were executed, and concentration camps, where the Jews were forced to work, but were… Read More
The Jews didn't run away from the ghettos because they would've died anyways.
The process of forcing Jews to live in ghettos began in October 1939 in Nazi-occupied Poland.
When the land that they were living on was claimed by force by the Nazis. Then, the Nazis built ghettos and Death Camps for the Jews.
The ghettos was getting too overcrowded so another solution had to be found for what to do with the Jews.
ghettos, or Jewish Quarters.
They try to live day by day They coped in the ghettos by being determand and trying to survive the ghettos.
For about as long as the Nazis wanted. If they had wanted, they could have made the Jews in the ghettos either freeze or starve to death. Because it was really cold in the ghettos, but there was also so little food.
They are called 'Jewish ghettos', they were used to house Jews (and gypsies).
Ghettos were created to house the Jews. They were not in Germany though.
Generally, Jews were not let out of ghettos. Instead, they were transported from railheads in the ghettos to extermination camps. (In a few rare cases, groups of Jews were taken under armed guard from the ghettos to work on road-building projects and the like).
Life in the ghettos was not only restricted and confined, but eventually, everyone in the ghettos was carted to concentration camps.
The Nazi ghettos for the Jews were sealed off from the surrounding areas with high walls and barbed wire. There were also patrols ...
Not many were captured in the ghettos, as the Germans did not venture in very much and when they wanted any of the Jews from the ghetto, they just asked for them.
the ghettos were sealed of parts of the cities, so many of the Jews did not have to go far, they would be rounded up and (as far as i know) walk to the ghettos with the small amount of belongings they had.
Jews and gypsies.
In 1939 the Nazis created ghettos (for Jews) in Poland and in some other areas. The ghettos were usually not based on existing Jewish districts, and most Jews were uprooted from their homes and forced to move there, and Gentiles (non-Jews) were moved out. The ghettos were cut off from the surrounding area (with slightly varying degrees of strictness) . All movement into and out of the ghetto was controlled by the SS. The Jews… Read More
Ghettos were used by the Nazis as a way of keeping the Jews out of sight and under control.
Ghettos were the camps where the Jewish people were forced to go and get killed in gas chambers.
During World War 2 the Nazis and some of their allies forced Jews to live in ghettos in many parts of Europe.
Ghettos started in Poland and moved forward to Germany because the Jews were forced to live there after being kicked out of Jerusalem and then the holocaust started... ___ The Nazi ghettos for Jews started in occupied Poland in October 1939.
In most cases the Nazi ghettos were a death trap. Very few Jews who went into ghettos survived. They either died of starvation or disease in the ghetto or were taken to extermination camps and killed.
The role of the formation of the ghettos was to just house the Jews so they would be protected from the elements of the earth. they were not built for comfort or for the Jews pleasure.
They lived in the Ghettos by trying to survive because, it was crampt in their. Also, Jews tried to hide in them to prevent of being deported to an Nazi Camp or killed.
The ghettos were liquidated in 1941-1944 by sending the inhabitants, who were all Jews, to extermination camps.
The Nazi ghettos were for Jews. In the case of the Lodz ghetto, some 'gypsies' were also sent there.
to keep them away from non-Jews.
to confine the Jews