anonymous
  • anonymous
How were the Jewish Americans Treated during the WW1?
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anonymous
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Well Jews weren't treated well at all simply because they were newcomers and so they were housed tightly together in certain areas on the East Coast. Also they were not treated equally as other americans were. There was a lot of bigotry and they were not seen as equal.
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