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Everyday life in Germany and Holland for jews
Life for Jews was very hard, especially during the great depression. It was a time for Jews that wasn't so pleasant. People were losing jobs and those who had children didn't have much food or clothes to wear and give to their children. The Jews were forced to live in the ghetto with their families. The conditions in these ghettos were very bad and children often risked their own lives to smuggle food into the ghetto in order to help their families. Many children were left in the ghettos due to their parents getting killed or being captured by the s to be sent to concentration camps.
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