Germany went on to carry out a series of attacks on other countries between 1939 and 1940. In 1939 November, Germany under Hitler took out Finland making it give up its strategic territories in 1940. In April 1940, Hitler forces took refuge in Denmark and Norway in order to safeguard the approaches from Northern region. In May the same year, Germany took over Belgium, Netherlands and Luxemburg accompanied by a win over France. April and May 1941, Germany forcefully leads out British from Mainland Greece and Crete.
The German government did not create any ghettos in the cities of Germany but instead, it leads out forcefully German Jews into poverty and isolation. In 1939, the Jews did not have the authority or permission to have public gatherings and later, a subjection to curfew follows them. At the same year, the government permits eviction of Jews tenants from their houses and in a month’s time the urban districts contains no Jews. The government officials assume ownership of Jews assets and homes.
There was hard labor subjection of the Jews if only they eating was a priority for them. Men and women isolation into different regions regardless of the age factor and working sectors includes sewages removal and road construction. Women also had working areas in munition factories working ten hours every day for small wages. However, the Jews bought certain commodities at specific hours of the day but ration cards on issue to them allows the purchase of particular products. Some of the restriction includes purchase of meat, fish, poultry, candy, fruits, vegetables, tea, coffee, milk, white bread and butter.