Jews living in Germany
By: Luke Thompson
My Research Question
Why I choose this topic
- I choose this topic because I have always been interested in World War Two and what life was like for the people who lived during World War Two.
- I also choose this topic because I had a lot of family who served in World War Two.
What I found
- I found that the Nazis' killed around 160,000 Jews before the start of WWII.
- The Nazis' under minded Jews and started an anti-Jewish program.
- Jews were persecuted because they did not fit in with society and were the cause of Germany's economic problems.
- Many Jews tried to escape, but only some made to safety.
- Most Jews were treated horribly, but some were treated nicely in other countries.
- In 1941 Jewish people who were still in Germany could not leave.
- I also learned that Jews made up less than 1% of the German population.
The Answer to my Question
- One thing that was easy to me was getting the information from the sources that I had.
- One thing that was hard was getting the bibliography correctly worded.
- I also thought that putting the information into words was hard.