*  Trial of Erich von Manstein - Wikipedia
... and to return the following June to kill any Jews still living there. The thirteenth charge alleged that Manstein had allowed ... Carr gave details of the deportation of Jews across the River San, during which many people drowned or were shot by members of ... Manstein himself said he had not received any reports of Jews being shot. When asked about his involvement in the crimes of the ... He was also found not guilty on the three charges relating to the extermination of the Jews, but was found culpable for failing ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trial_of_Erich_von_Manstein
*  History of the Jews in 20th-century Poland - Wikipedia
... and returned to Poland in 1944, others were allowed to leave the Soviet Union after the war or around 1956 (Lew Rywin). Between ... On the street Jews had to lift their hat to passing Germans and contact between Jews and non-Jews was banned. In newly ... Jews in Poland History of the Jews in pre-18th-century Poland History of the Jews in 18th-century Poland History of the Jews in ... Many Jews regarded his death as tragedy, since no pogroms were perpetrated during his term in office. Both Polish Jews and ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_Jews_in_20th-century_Poland
*  István Örkény - Wikipedia
In 1946, he returned home to Budapest. From 1956 until 1960, he was not allowed to publish due to political reasons. He later ... As a Jew, he was placed in a forced-labor unit. There he was captured and detained in a labour camp near Moscow, where he wrote ... He published his first book, Ocean Dance, in 1941. In 1942, he was sent to the Russian Front. ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Istv%C3%A1n_%C3%96rk%C3%A9ny
*  History of the Jews in Estonia - Wikipedia
... the cultural autonomy granted to Estonian Jews ten years ago still holds good, and Jews are allowed to lead a free and ... He returned to Estonia when the Germans had left, but was arrested by the Soviet authorities in 1949. The cultural autonomy of ... Several thousand foreign Jews were killed at the Kalevi-Liiva camp. An estimated 10,000 Jews were killed in Estonia after ... The history of the Jews in Estonia starts with individual reports of Jews in what is now Estonia from as early as the 14th ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_Jews_in_Estonia
*  History of the Jews in the United States - Wikipedia
Most Eastern European Jews favored Zionism, which saw a return to their historic homeland as the only solution; this had the ... Jews were discriminated against in some employment, not allowed into some social clubs and resort areas, given a quota on ... History of the Jews in the American West History of the Jews in Ohio History of the Jews in Pennsylvania History of the Jews in ... Nebraska History of the Jews in Colonial America History of the Jews in Dallas History of the Jews in New York City An ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_Jews_in_the_United_States
*  Ala Gertner - Wikipedia
Gertner was allowed to return home. She was employed in various local workshops and offices run by Moses Merin. She and ... Over 50,000 Jews from western Poland were forced to work for German businesses, primarily in construction, munitions, and ... At Auschwitz, Gertner worked in the warehouses at first, sorting the possessions of Jews who had been gassed. She became ... and were probably deported to Auschwitz with the remaining Jews of Sosnowiec and Będzin in early August, 1943. ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ala_Gertner
*  Kostopil - Wikipedia
One hundred Jews, Judenrat members, Jewish Police and key professionals, were exempt and were allowed to live outside the ... A few managed to escape but they were caught and returned to the Germans and murdered. In July 1942 the remaining Jews from ... Another 1,400 Jews related to those who had been executed, were arrested on 1 October and also taken away and killed. A ghetto ... Only about 270 Kostopol Jews had survived the German occupation, including those who had escaped eastwards before the mass ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kostopil
*  Oral history interview with Stanley Grosman - Collections Search - United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
... being sent back to her town while the Jews were shunted around some more and sent to labor before being allowed to return home ... returning home illegally in 1940; returning to Trencin, Slovakia to work with a non-Jewish boss for two years; returning to ... returning to her own flat on January 18th; her father returning from Mauthausen and Gunskirchen on August 10th; returning to ... more restrictions against Jews; the return of her husband; the creation of a ghetto in Vác; moving into the ghetto with her two ...
  https://collections.ushmm.org/search/catalog/irn43495
*  Oral history interview with Dalma Victor - Collections Search - United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
... being sent back to her town while the Jews were shunted around some more and sent to labor before being allowed to return home ... Jews--Hungary--Budapest. Jews--Legal status, laws, etc.--Hungary. Jews--Persecutions--Hungary. World War, 1939-1945--Conscript ... returning home illegally in 1940; returning to Trencin, Slovakia to work with a non-Jewish boss for two years; returning to ... returning to her own flat on January 18th; her father returning from Mauthausen and Gunskirchen on August 10th; returning to ...
  https://collections.ushmm.org/search/catalog/irn43324
*  Umm Khalid - Wikipedia
No one returned to Umm Khalid. We were not allowed to return....Jews killed many people in Mlabis and in many other places.... ... did not allow any to enter or leave the village. They did not allow us to sell or buy anything from outside the village..... ... According to Ahamed 'Uthman, Zionist surrounded and blockaded the village in 1947, and continued into 1948: "[The Jews] ... and the village was razed by the troops of Napoleon during their return to Egypt after their failed siege of Acre in 1799. The ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Umm_Khalid
*  Eric Wolf - Wikipedia
Spending time in the South allowed Wolf to see a different side of the United States than he was familiar with from New York, ... After returning from Europe, Wolf finished college at Queens. There, Wolf became interested in anthropology, and later went on ... Later in 1940, Wolf emigrated to the United States-the same period that 300,000 Jews emigrated to the U.S. from Germany. He ... enrolled in Queens College in New York City and also spent a summer at the Highlander Folk School in Tennessee in 1941. ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eric_Wolf
*  Lithuanian Jews - Wikipedia
... but allowed to return in 1503. The Lithuanian statute of 1566 placed a number of restrictions on the Jews, and imposed ... Cofounder SmileDirectClub History of the Jews in Lithuania History of the Jews in Poland History of the Jews in South Africa ... Lithuanian Jews or Litvaks are Jews with roots in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania (present-day Lithuania, Belarus, Ukraine, Latvia ... because there are also Hasidic Jews from greater Lithuania and lots of Lithuanian Jews who are not Haredim. The term Misnagdim ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lithuanian_Jews
*  Mohyliv-Podilskyi - Wikipedia
In December 1943 over 3,000 Jews were allowed to return to Romania, and in March 1944, Jewish leaders in Bucharest got ... Many Jews were not allowed to stay in Mohyliv-Podilskyi; thousands were forced to travel by foot to nearby villages and towns. ... Most of the deportees were allowed to return to Romania in the spring of 1945. From August 24, 1991 it's part of Ukraine. 19th ... Soon thereafter, thousands of Jews in the town were murdered by the occupiers. Mohyliv-Podilskyi soon became a transit camp for ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mohyliv-Podilskyi
*  Rudolf Wolters - Wikipedia
... the two men became so embittered that Wolters allowed papers demonstrating Speer's knowledge of the persecution of the Jews to ... In 1933, Wolters returned to Berlin, where he briefly worked as an assistant in Speer's office before returning to the ... "roughly 4,500 Jews were evacuated". The dispossessed Jews were sent to the occupied territories, with the newspapers reporting ... On his return, Wolters passed along his insights to Speer and some of these thoughts reached Hitler's ears. In 1940, Wolters, a ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rudolf_Wolters
*  Ruzhyn (urban-type settlement) - Wikipedia
With some wrangling, their parents arranged that they were to be allowed to go abroad for three years; facing a new term of ... By 1863, the town's population totaled 2,663, most of which were Jews. A winery was leased to one Yankel Shapiro in 1880 and ... imprisonment if they should return before the end of the term. However, with the czar wildly claiming that 90% of the ... The Germans organized local policemen, termed "Polizei" to carry out the killings of the Jews. One group, the "Oum" was led by ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruzhyn_(urban-type_settlement)
*  July 1914 - Wikipedia
Radomir Putnik, Chief of the Serbian General Staff, was arrested in Budapest but subsequently allowed to return to Serbia. Born ... culpable for the massacre of 1,500 Polish Jews in Lwów, Poland from 1941 to 1942, in Dresden (d. 1986) Died: James D. ... It allowed Ulster counties to vote on whether or not they wish to participate in Home Rule from Dublin. July Crisis - Hungarian ... American aviator Walter L. Brock won the London-Paris return air race. Publisher William P. Beard, an ally to South Carolina ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/July_1914
*  Rudolf Kastner - Wikipedia
Kastner negotiated with Adolf Eichmann, a senior SS officer, to allow 1,684 Jews to leave instead for Switzerland on what ... On August 30, 1940, The Second Vienna Award returned Kolozsvár to Hungary's control. The city's Jews were happy at first, ... reasoning that Hungary's Jews had not been subjected to the same random killings experienced by Jews in Romania. Hungarian Jews ... According to some sources, many of the Jews who were saved were Kastner's relatives, rich Hungarian Jews who subsidized those ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rudolf_Kastner
*  Black Book (novel) - Wikipedia
While Nazi law allows for the killing Jews, failing to turn over their property is a capital offense. Nevertheless, Franken is ... "Ellis" returns to Muntze, but finds the German convinced that she is Jewish and a mole for the resistance. Rachel tells Muntze ... The resistance decides against saving the Jews from Van Gein, weighing the lives of Jews against imprisoned Dutchmen. Others in ... Here she is not allowed outside, but one day she goes sunbathing near the water. Here she meets Rob, a man about her own age, ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Book_(novel)
*  4th Shore - Wikipedia
The 22,000 Libyan Jews were allowed to integrate without problems in the society of the 4th Shore. However, after the summer of ... Italian farmers cultivated lands that had returned to being native desert for many centuries. Even archeology flourished, with ... 1941, with the arrival of the German Nazi Afrika Korps, they started to be moved into temporary internment camps within Italian ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/4th_Shore
*  Bauska Jewish community - Wikipedia
Mostly Lithuanian Jews, they were orthodox, built a wooden synagogue and established a cemetery. In 1820 Jews were allowed to ... In return, farmers purchased industrial goods and handicrafts from Jews. In 1840 82 Jewish families (692 people) moved to ... In 1799, after the Duchy was incorporated in the Russian empire, Jews were officially allowed to live right outside Bauska city ... Few Jews were publicly shot already in the first days of occupation - on July 2 five Jews, five communists and ten Red army ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bauska_Jewish_community
*  René Blum (ballet) - Wikipedia
In 1938, their new company was allowed to regain the name Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo (although the company fled for the United ... among the first Jews to be arrested in Paris by the French Police. He was held in the Beaune-la-Rolande internment camp, then ... Blum returned to France to be with his family. He was arrested on 12 December 1941 in his Parisian home, ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ren%C3%A9_Blum_(ballet)
*  List of fictional Prime Ministers of the United Kingdom - Wikipedia
In return, the Nazis allowed the UK greater freedom when it came to trading with the rest of Europe. He resigned in October ... In November 1952, Beaverbrook made an agreement to transport all British Jews to the Isle of Wight, which was under Nazi ... Due to poor health, Halifax resigned as Prime Minister in 1941 and was succeeded by the 78-year-old David Lloyd George. In the ... Due to poor health, Halifax resigned as Prime Minister in 1941 and was succeeded by Lloyd George, who was then 78 years old. ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_fictional_Prime_Ministers_of_the_United_Kingdom
*  German occupation of Luxembourg during World War II - Wikipedia
... when the exiled government returned, it allowed certain German regulations and dispositions in the areas of employment law, tax ... Nearly 3,500 Luxembourgish Jews were killed during the Holocaust. The liberation of the country by the Allies began in ... They were not allowed inside public buildings or to keep pets. Up until 15 October 1941, a further 1,500 Jews left the country ... He returned to live in Luxembourg until his death aged over 90, and was known for his involvement in public education about the ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/German_occupation_of_Luxembourg_during_World_War_II
*  Delia Murphy - Wikipedia
He also allowed Irish travellers to camp on the estate. According to her own account, she learned her first ballads at their ... They returned to Ireland in 1901 and purchased the large Mount Jennings Estate in Hollymount. John encouraged Delia's interest ... Murphy became one of those who assisted Hugh O'Flaherty (the "Vatican pimpernel") in hiding Jews and escaped allied soldiers ... In November of that year she sold her farmhouse in Canada and returned to Ireland. She lived in a cottage in Strawberry Beds, ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Delia_Murphy
*  Selma Stern - Wikipedia
She was allowed by the Nazis to take the only surviving copy with her.) First they lived in New York; from 1947-1955, she was ... In 1936 the Täublers moved to England in an attempt to move the academy, but returned to Germany a year later. In 1938 one of ... The Court Jew; a contribution to the history of the period of absolutism in Central Europe. Philadelphia: Jewish Publication ... Stern was not allowed to visit any public libraries or archives, but got help from several scholars to finish her work. In the ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Selma_Stern