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The Jews Before 1935 The Jews are descendants of Abraham It is said that whoever is a descendant of Abraham was blessed The Jews were first started in Canaan a long time ago They lived there for a while but famine and drought came so they had to move to Egypt They lived in Egypt in peace for a while but they were soon enslaved by the Egyptians They were forced to make many of Egypts great monuments and pyramids Moses led them out of Egypt back into Canaan where many of the people broke up into different groups that were scattered across Canaan They ventured farther and farther and went into many different countries including Jerusalem The Treatment of Jews from 1935 - 1945 The Jews treatment after 1935 can be described as one of the worst acts against humans that has ever taken place on this earth Jews were discriminated against used in mass killings subjected to the slander of Americans and other countries and many other horrifying things All the problems that America had were blamed on the Jews The United States helped out a little bit but it was nothing considering all of the other things other countries were doing because of our influence For a while Jews were loaded onto big train carts and nobody knew where they were going but it was soon found out that they were being shipped of the killing camps Few Jews would ever make it out of these camps alive The United States had the power to help stop the killing of Jews but they did not try to do what was needed to save the Jews Anti-Semitism spread like wild fire throughout the world It was made much harder for Jews to get the visas they needed in order to get out of the country Jewish students
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