80 years ago this month, the Nazis banned Jewish emigration from countries they occupied. This trapped some 163,000 Jews in Germany alone. The vast majority of them were murdered in Nazi camps and ghettos during the Holocaust. encyclopedia.ushmm.org/conte…

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Sadly, fascism is back
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1/n The initial response to the Nazi takeover was a wave of emigration (37,000–38,000), much of it to neighboring European countries. Most of these refugees were later caught by the Nazis after their conquest of western Europe in May 1940. The events of 1938 caused a dramatic
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Would opponents of CRT consider this history offensive?
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God bless them.
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