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- World War 2
- Jews sent to the death camps.
- When the jews arrived at the camps, they were told that they would take a shower
- They were sorted into groups. Those that could work and those that could'nt. They were split into men and women.
- Denmark and sweden
- Helped 95% of the jews escape
- Thousands of jews managed to escape to sweden.
- Sweden managed to rescue over half of the jewish population
- 60,000 to palestine that was a british madate at the time.
- The british immigration quotas prevented them from migrating.
- They had a cap on Jewish immigration to Palestine in order to avoid a negative reaction from the arabs.
- The government managed to raise awareness of the genocide.
- It fell on polish groups to help jews escape.
- There were death penaltys for anyone that helped Jews, so that stopped people from helping.
- They didn't know what was going on.
- Some awareness existed of the treatment to jews
- The Evian conference was called to discuss jewish refugees.
- They refused to grant temporary refuge to jews.
- The Nazis wanted to get rid of all of the Jews, they worked them to death or they jst killed them.
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