There is no certainty to this issue but probably 30% is close. Due to falsification of records after the war, lack of clear census data, etc. there is no way to get a correct answer to this question.
About 30-35%. There was no 'falsification of records'.
Estimates of the world's Jewish population as of 1939 are about 16.5 million. There were about 11 million as of 1949. Given that a normal birth and Death Rate for that population, 16.5 million should have grown to about 18 million over that same time period. Reputable estimates of the number of Jews killed during the Holocaust are about 6 million. That's very much in line with the above numbers - i.e. if you started at 16.5 and should have ended up at 18, but really ended at 11, that's 6 in deaths (and the associated births that did not happen because of the extra deaths).
So, 6 / 16.5 = 36%
Note that we have no way to accurately count the worldwide population. All numbers in that regard are statistical analysis of various populations at the time, and thus, are approximations.
Portland, Oregon is in the USA. The USA had no involvement in the Holocaust and as such did not lose anyone to the Holocaust.
Just before the Holocaust there were about 18 million Jews world wide, and about one third (33%) were killed in the Holocaust.
In 1938 there were about 9.4 million Jews in Europe and about 6 million were murdered - in other words, about 64%.
how many jews where murdered in each county and what percentage of the pre-war jewish population did they consume?
The Jewish population had dropped to about 20% after the holocaust in Europe. ___ 20% of what?
It reduced the Jewish population by about two thirds.
Over 1 million.
Yes. 6,000,000 Jews were murdered in the Holocaust.
A figure often given for non-Jewish victims is 5 million.
Jews, whether practicing or not religious at all, were persecuted and murdered during the Holocaust.
About 102,000 out of a Jewish population of 140,000.
Probably Poland, prior to the war they had the largest Jewish popluation of any country in Europe, and after the war they were nearly all gone. _______ Poland lost about 88-89% of its Jewish population in the Holocaust and Lithuania lost about 96%!
There were 6 million people that died
The 1928 population was 2,382
The Holocaust was the mass containment of millions of Jews and many others in concentration camps. After being enslaved while in the concentration camps, 10 - 11 million of them were murdered. The Holocaust wiped out 2/3 of the Jewish population in Europe.
Nazi's put lots of Jewish people in concentration camps and then murdered most of them this event ws known as the holocaust
Countless men, women and children, including many races other than Jews, were murdered during the Holocaust.
because for no reason, and with out warning, millions and millions of defenseless Jewish people were murdered.
The generally accepted figure is about 6 million.
to eliminate the Jewish population.
App. 76% of European Jews were slain during the Holocaust.
Yes, practically all the Jews murdered in the Holocaust were civilians. Please see the related questions.
About 2% of the population of the United States is Jewish.
It reduced the population by 70%. it scared the entire Jewish community and it still haunts them today.