QUESTION: Jews In Numbers

question / pregunta: 

Some people admit and others deny the Holocaust. Recorded numbers will determine whether Nazis really murdered 6 million Jews or whether the Holocaust was a big lie. Numbers do not lie. I am working at present on this research. I need numbers for my research.

I need numbers of German Jews in each year from 1933 until 1945 as well as numbers of Jews in each country Nazis occupied from the year of occupation until 1945. I need also numbers of deceased German Jews in each year from 1933 until 1945 and numbers of deceased Jews in each country occupied by Nazis from the year of occupation until 1945. I need moreover numbers of German Jews emigrated from Germany in each year from 1933 until 1945 in addition to numbers of Jews emigrated from each country occupied by Nazis from the year of occupation until 1945.

I would request that your would supply me with the numbers.

James Monroe,
Still legal, Muhammad-Munir Fahmy.


The comment below provides some resources to answer your question. As the question will at least for a time remain on our site, I personally believe it is important to stress that your question is based on a false premise - that there is in any way an equivalence between "those who say the Holocaust happened and those who say it didn't." The Holocaust is a matter of historical record. Holocaust denial is a fringe belief that is widely discredited. Traditions of freedom of expression have allowed those who deny the historical record to have a voice, but that does not mean that activists who believe in social justice have to pretend that such views have any credence.

The struggles of some western governments to deal with holocaust denial within a free speech framework is the subject of this article:
The Memory of Judgment: The Law, the Holocaust, and Denial
Lawrence Douglas
History and Memory
Vol. 7, No. 2 (Fall - Winter, 1995), pp. 100-120
available via JSTOR

Answer:Population numbers

Regular Census was not taken in the years between 1933-1945 According to internet sources. Census was taken in 1925,1933, 1939, 1942, 1943 and 1946 with different borders.

The Holocaust Museum has many resources that are not accessible on the internet. However I recommend you contact them here to see what resources they have that will help with the numbers you are looking for.

There are a few journal articles that may aid in your research
One is
The Jewish Population of Germany 1939-1945 by Bruno Blau in Jewish Social Studies, Vol. 12, No. 2 (Apr., 1950), pp. 161-172.

It's available from JSTOR, which may be accessible to you via your public library.

Comment viewing options

Select your preferred way to display the comments and click "Save settings" to activate your changes.