What are the four steps of isolation that Germany perfomed towards the Jewish communities
The importance of chronology cannot be overestimated in history. The isolation that Germany perfomed towards the Jewish communities occurred during the Holocaust, when Hitler Rose to power in 1933. Initially, the Gernam population prepared for war between 1933-1939. Afterward, the Nazi violence expanded between 1939-1942 to Poland, Western Europe, France, Netherlands, Denmark, Norway and Belgium. This phase was characterized by ghettoization, and mass violence against subject populations. 1941-1944 was a period of absolute dedication to mass killing. Jews from Western, Eastern and Southern Europe, as well as prisoners from the Soviet Union were sent to exile. For a period of five months in 1945, killing had stopped and many people returned to their territories. Germans had successfully isolated Jewish communities.