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...est is that biggest part of Jews was concentrated in Poland, Soviet Union, Hungary and Romania, preserving their national character and identity. Those Jews who inhabited Western Europe, on the other hand, made up much less from the overall population and usually tended to adopt the culture and traditions of their non-Jewish neighbors. Throughout the whole Europe, Jews could be found everywhere, no matter whether in business or everyday life. No matter of their difference, the period since 1930 was very harsh and changed the lives of whole Jewish population in Europe, without exception or West, even though repressions there were a little bit milder. Holocaust is a tragedy for the whole world. It was such after the WWII, it is such now and it will be exactly such in the future, as it is one of the most horrible and terrifying event throughout the history of mankind.
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