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The plan to murder Germany’s last Jews was not fulfilled.
And so, fortunately, most “privileged” Jews survived – about 10,000 in Germany, nearly half of them in Berlin.
The opinions, facts and any media content here are presented solely by the author, and The Times of Israel assumes no responsibility for them. In February 1945 the Nazis had almost lost the war and were rapidly losing control – and their ability to deport people to the camps.
The scholar Victor Klemperer, who had been able to survive so long thanks to his “Aryan” wife Eva, was saved – as absurd as it might sound – by the well-known air raids on Dresden.For the Jewish partner, being privileged meant a lot.Unlike other Jews, the privileged ones were not forced to wear the Jewish star as of 1941.After 1939, the numbers continued to drop: about 16,000 in 1942 and about 12,000 at the end of 1944, shortly before the last deportations.
By then, about half of those couples were living in Berlin.And they were not included in the deportations until the very end of the war.