When Hitler was elected to be leader he seemed like to the type to make everything better, which everybody was looking for at the time, but within a couple months that all went downhill. As the days got longer the Jews felt more and more APPREHENSIVE knowing something was going to happen but couldn 't do anything about it.Hitler was the type of person who caused pain for pleasure. During the Holocaust, many countries enforced laws towards emigrating citizens out of Germany, like the Johnson Immigration Act, which limited many people to staying; the United States had room to take in all the people who needed help but chose not to help.
The Johnson Immigration Act limited many people to not come to the United States due to the citizens of America. When Hitler got into office a short time later he started hinting at the Holocaust and the discrimination of Jews. …show more content…
⅓ of all the Jews that lived in Germany got out and out of everybody who was left behind there was a limited number who did survive. This shows how hard it was to get out of the country and how short of time you had, it states that Hitler got into office and just a short time later all the borders were shut off to anybody going in or out, unless you were a German soldier. Germany wasn’t the only country that was anti-Semitic because of how many Jews got denied from other countries. The United States had the Johnson Immigration act which was placed to limit how many could come over and statistics show we had room for every Jewish person that was in each concentration camp, but instead only took in a small amount of people. The Holocaust is still being discussed and will never be forgotten to this day because of how many people suffered and how much discrimination happened throughout the world against the Jewish