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Q: Many Jews were prevented from leaving Germany because (A)U.S. officials denied them the right to leave the country (B) transportation to other countries was to expensive (C)some countries refused to
accept them during the great depression (D) they needed to stay to protect their businesses and families
A: your answer to your question is (C)some countries refused to accept them during the great depression.Thank you and have a nice day ahead you
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