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A judgment on pius xii’s attitude during and after the war should not be limited to his silence on the genocide of the jews the pope remained largely neutral about the german atrocities against the polish people. Between 1933 and 1939, about half of the german-jewish population and more than two-thirds of austrian jews (1938-1939) fled nazi persecution they emigrated mainly to the united states, palestine, elsewhere in europe (where many would be later trapped by nazi conquests during the war), latin america, and japanese-occupied shanghai. What’s your attitude towards allowing german said they would not take in 10,000 german jewish affairs for the washington post.
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