The surviving Jews were of course released from the concentration camps. Most tried to return to a normal life, but in many cases that didn't work out well at least in the short term.AnswerThere were very few Holocaust survivors in the sense of prisoners still alive in camps. Most tried to go back to leading a normal life, but in Poland the "Christian" (sic) population continued to slaughter Jews in 1945-46. This was a key factor in encouraging many Jews to leave Europe, either for Palestine, where British rule was rapidly collapsing, or for the U.S.
The Holocaust has left very deep scars.
I don't think the Nazi persecution of the Jews had any bearing on the '''outcome''' of World War 2. The war (unlike the Holocaust) was not about the Jews.
The outcome of the persecution towards the jews were The Holocaust. The mass murders of 6.8 million Jews
No, the Jews were not a side in World War 2. The Jews collectively were not combattants.
The Holocaust had no effect on the outcome of World War 2.
about 6 million Jews died in all world war 2.
The Jews migrated to Palestine after World War 2.
world war 2 kid, think about it, Jews, lots and lots of Jews...
There was a lot of sentiment for Jews after World War 2. Israel was created for Zionist Jews as a result.
Immediately after World War 2 there were an estimated 12 million Jews worldwide.
Victory for the Allies.
The effect that the Gestapo had on the outcome of World War 2 was fear of the police force in Germany. The Gestapo had power to hunt out those that were considered a threat to Nazi Germany that included Jehovah Witness, Jews and Communists or anyone else that challenged the Nazi Party.
In World War 1 the Jews were not specifically targeted. Perhaps you are thinking of World War 2 and the Holocaust?
The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising had no demonstrable 'impact on the outcome of' World War 2. In the context of the war it was a very small scale affair.
Hatred for Jews
300,000 Polish Jews were in Poland at the end of World War 2.
Sweden was neutral in World War 2, so Swedish Jews were safe in Sweden.
Jews. Hitler hated Jews. 6 million Jews died in world war two.
Almost all Jews were deported from cental Europe in world war 2, to the east.
how was hitlers treatment of the Jews
how were the jews affected economically