The Treatment of Jews in the 2 Germany's

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FRG & GDR

  • Those former Nazi concentration camps which were preserved as memorial sites within the FRG emphasised the extent of anti-Semetic persecution under Nazism.
  • A scheme of compensation payments was set up for Jewish survivors of the holocaust.
  • Those former Nazi concentration camps which were preserved within the GDR were presented as memorials to 'anti-facist freedom fighters'. They emphasised the persecution of communists under Nazism.
  • The GDR did give jews an additional pension allowance but it was less than that received by those classified as 'facist-resistance fighters'. 
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