On July 14, 1555, Pope Paul IV issued an order "Cum Nimis Absurdum" that stripped Jews of all their rights and, among other things, ordered their homes to be confined to ghettos and required Jews to wear a yellow badge. Initially, this applied only in the Papal States, but Popes Pius IV and Pius V, Paul's successors, expanded this policy and the Ghetto system spread to most of the Catholic countries of Europe. Poland was the major exception. Why? The English translation of the first words gives a strong hint at the reasoning: "Since it is absurd and utterly inconvenient that the Jews, who through their own fault were condemned by God to eternal slavery ... "
They only lived in ghettos because they were forced to.
The word you are looking for is ghetto.
They were forced to live in the Warsaw ghetto because Hitler did not like them and this was another type of concentration camp except here not as many people were killed and tortured
At first he and the other Jews weren't too bothered as they were among fellow Jews and the ghetto created a false sense of security.
The Jews were liquidated and forced to concentration camps.
ghetto is also called urban crowded spaces. Welcome to my Ghetto!
in the buildings. The Warsaw ghetto was not a time, it was a place.
A small building where Jews were forced to stay.They were segregated and multiple families had to share one room in each ghetto.
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neighborhoods referred to as the Ghetto.
The Nazis ordered the Jews to move into the ghettos, having first thrown all non-Jews out of the area. There were drastic penalties for failure to move into a ghetto.
To make the jews live in hell
Jews were required to wear a large yellow Star of David on their chests, and also forced to live in separaate areas of the city ot town (called the ghetto).
Ghetto was originally used in Venice to describe the area where Jews were compelled to live.
"Ghetto" is an Italian word, the name of the part of Venice where Jews were required to live.
The word is ghetto.
Polish Jews which had been forced out of their homes to the ghetto were massacred by German soldiers. For more details watch "Schindlers List".
They were evicted from their dwellings and told that they had housing in the ghettos. By 1941 any Jew not in a ghetto (or camp) in German controlled territory would most likely have been shot. (as that was easier than arranging transport to a ghetto, or camp)
german soldiers made jews live in certain neighboorhoods
Warsaw Ghetto was the first Ghetto for Jews.
Besides concentration camps,They would be sent to a ghetto,which they soon had to be sent away to camps. -Mr.Sir
Most survived. There was a ghetto but Jews didn't have tolive there and it was not sealed off. At the time Shanghai was under Japanese occupation, and the Japanese were completely bewildered by European antisemitism.
The Warsaw ghetto was the largest ghetto established in Poland. the total of Jews that can be crowded in is about 450,000 Jews. They were crowded into an area of 1.4 square miles that was the Warsaw ghetto.