Review Questions 1. Prior to the establishment of the ghettos, what regulations were put into place to reduce Jewish rights? Restrictions on Jews such as work, travel, and entertainment were all in place before ghettos to encourage emigration for Jews out of Germany. 2. What did the Einsatzgruppen do in Poland? The Einsatzgruppen was deployed in order to deal with Jews in Poland. Jews were not their only target however as they would also kill enemies of the Nazi party such as the Roma and communists. 3. What were the responsibilities of the Judenrate in the ghettos? The Judenrate was a council of Jewish elders mostly picked by the Nazis that were put in place to implement the Nazi rules and regulations in the Jewish ghetto. 4. How did outsiders help Jews within the ghetto? Some outsiders in resistance groups would help Jews in the ghettos by helping to smuggle goods and needed supplies in. They would also sometimes try to sneak people out.
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