Cellars, attics, barns, cornfields, anywhere that they thought that they wouldn't be caught by the Nazis.Answerchildren were usually hid in orphanage and passed as non Jewish children because they were not required to carry any forms of identification with them AnswerSome Jewish people hid in other people's houses even when they were German as some German people wanted to help the Jews.
they hid in barns sheds and tingy spaces
because the Holocaust was all about the persecution of the Jews
People who helped hide Jewish familes during the Holocaust were either killed or sent to a concentration camp. They were treated as the Jews were if they were caught.
People (french, polish, ect.) would hide Jewish people in attics basements and special places not easily found.
Most could not and did not hide, those that did; did so with the help of gentiles.
Anne Frnak hid in Amsterdam, The Netherlands during the Holocaust.
Jewish People , Colored people , homosexuals , people with different views on the government and people that help hide The Jews during WW2
Some kids hide in in the out-houses.
in the Holocaust people really couldn't hide. the only way possible for them to hide was to leave the country or live with a family who was not hunted by the Germans