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Holocaust - Aftermaths of the Holocaust

What are some of the significance events following the Holocaust? Include dates, migration trends in countries (US, Britian, Germany, Isreal and others) and organization groups that aided the displaced Jewish people.

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1. What are some of the significance events following the Holocaust? Include dates, migration trends in countries (US, Britian, Germany, Isreal and others) and organization groups that aided the displaced Jewish people.

In 1945, when Allied troops entered the concentration camps and extermination camps, they discovered piles of bones and ashes--testimony to Nazi genocide. Soldiers also found thousands of survivors suffering from starvation and disease. After liberation, many Jewish survivors refused to return to their former homes because of the antisemitism that persisted in Europe. Those who returned feared for their lives. In Poland, for example, there were a number of pogroms, the worst being the one ...

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This solution discusses some of the significance events following the Holocaust, including dates, migration trends in countries (US, Britain, Germany, Isreal and others) and organization groups that aided the displaced Jewish people.

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