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No. The Nazis did not establish ghettos in Germany itself, only in occupied countries. In some of the big cities in Germany Jews were compelled to live in designated 'Jewish apartment blocks' from 1939 on.

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Q: In 1937 were there any Jewish ghettos in Germany?
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