While Europe Slept - Part 2 pp 136 - 152 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2 pp 136 - 152 Summary and Analysis

It still matters who is and who isn't a Jew in Europe, as a Jew is never seen as being a European. Some nations, like Denmark, embraced their Jews during the second World War, and stood up against the German Army who tried beating down doors to get their hands on the Jews. The Danish Jews were protected, as well as their homes and possessions, and returned home to their lives. However the Netherlands did not protect their Jews and their belongings because it is hard for a Dutch person to accept another non-ethnic Dutch native, as a Dutch. The Dutch still believe that "separate but equal" is a possible ideal, despite the fact that it doesn't work, as America has seen with its black and whites.

After World War II, Europeans felt guilty and shameful over...

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