Many of them didn't. Those who did, went into hiding (like Anne Frank - but sadly she was found and later sent to a concentration camp and murdered). Any of the children who hid in the concentration camps were likely found due to the limited hiding places.
Children were especially vulnerable in the era of the Holocaust. The Nazis advocated killing children of "unwanted" or "dangerous" groups in accordance with their ideological views, either as part of the "racial struggle" or as a measure of preventative security. The Germans and their collaborators killed children both for these ideological reasons and in retaliation for real or alleged partisan attacks.
They might have survived by hiding the children underground were they were safe until the war ended.
mainly it depended on luck, luck to escape, to be hidden or pass as an aryan.
Women and children.
they had frogs and birds
They were sent away to homes in the country side away from where the was was taking place.
identity worn by children in world war 2
about 50,000 children were abandoned after world war 2
Yes he survived the war
The Ottoman Empire could not survive World War 2 so it killed itself. asapex
Yes, it was extermely hard for women in WWII to survive. There husband all went off to war and they had to take care of the house, the children that wasn't fighting and work for the money. Usually back in that time frame women didn't have to work out at jobs, but with the men gone they had to in order to survive.
Yes, he was still in office when the war ended.
send them to the war
I think that world war 2 was a very upsetting time for families and children!