Jewish Migration And The Holocaust

2907 Words Apr 16th, 2015 12 Pages
While researching texts written about Jewish Diaspora, I came across many documentary publications on Holocaust. This tragic part of Jewish history is very well documented as opposite to the Jewish Migration. I found few authors who published articles and books on Impacts of the Holocaust on Jewish Migration. My goal in this research paper is to explore the topic of Jewish Migration by connecting it to the Holocaust. To achieve this goal, I have organized my paper in the chronological order. I have tried to analyse reasons and barriers of the Migration of Jewish during the ten year period. It starts with Hitler coming to power and ends with establishment of the State of Israel. In my conclusion I tried to understand how modern world responds to Holocaust. The Holocaust is one of the most tragic pages in the history of mankind and one of the greatest tragedies of the Jewish people "many children of survivors, who experienced their parents’ silence and avoidance of discussing the past and their family’s fate, felt this as a personal threat" (Dalia Ofer10). Holocaust was a cold-blooded and pre deliberate decision to destroy a nation. It was estimated that during the Holocaust about 60% of the total Jewish population of Europe was destroyed according to official memorial to the victims of the Holocaust. It is not possible to establish the exact number of victims among the Jewish people due to the lack of reliable data on the extent of the genocide ("Refugees."). Jews were…
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