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17 July, 15:11

Which of the following best explains why Jewish emigration (out of, or from Germany increased from 1933 to 1939?

Jewish people left Germany for better economic opportunities

Ethnic, racial, and cultural prejudice was decreasing (becoming less) in countries around the world.

Ethnic, racial, and cultural prejudice and were escalating (getting worse) in German and Nazi - controlled areas.

Other countries were more accepting of Jewish people and their traditions

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  1. 17 July, 16:09
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    ethnic, racial and cultural prejudice were escalating in German and Nazi controlled areas
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