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24 June, 04:52

Why did Jewish emigration from Germany sharply increase from 1933 to 1939?

Germany had asked non-Aryans to relocate to other countries.

Jewish persecution was escalating in German-controlled areas.

Other countries offered better political opportunities for Jews.

Racial prejudice was decreasing in countries around the world.

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  1. 24 June, 05:47
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    Correct Answer:

    Jewish persecution was escalating in German-controlled areas.

    Explanation:

    During the period of 1933 to 1939, there was an increasingly discontent between Germans and people of Jewish origin. This is as a result of the believe that, Jewish people are not of pure blood.

    The Jews were stopped from driving, from working for Germans, from Germans working for them as well as their movement restricted to some certain time frame. Due to this increasing persecutions, lead to them emigrating from Germany to other countries such as Nertherlands, America etc.
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