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In many of the occupied countries of Europe there were people who were only too delighted to help the Nazis. Romania (an ally of Germany from 1940-44) and the satellite state of Croatia conducted their own national holocausts, for example.

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There were many ways that people helped each other during the Holocaust. Many people belonged to underground armys that would attack the Nazi's such as the Dutch Freedom Fighters or the French Underground. Other ways were by hiding friends in houses. Anne Frank lived as long as she did because of people who worked for her father. Other ways were taking children in. Many people would take Jewish children into their homes and pretend that it was their child.

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