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How Nazi Policy Changed the Lives of Jews
When Nazis came to power in 1933 there was a big change in how Jews were allowed to live their lives. Jews had restrictions on everything, they were even made to live only in a certain part of their country's called Ghettos. Over three million Jews were slaughtered during the Holocaust this essay is going to tell you about the restrictions that Jews during this time had to live under.
Firstly Jews were considered to be evil people by the rest of the population in Germany. …
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