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At least six million of them did not survive. Those that did, often had to do it by their wits, hiding and getting food by illegal means. Some were hidden by people who disapproved of the killing of the Jews, at least they hid them until they were themselves taken to concentration camps. Some Jews, not many, did survive the concentration camps until the day that the war ended and they were then rescued. Those who survived were often those who had been considered "valuable" as slave labor for the Germans.
in ww2 there were around nine million Jew's which lived in 21 countries of Europe and at the end of the war 2 out of 3 Jew's were killed.

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