While many hoped for the end, hundreds of thousands were fleeing from terror. By 1941 around 350,000 Jews had left Germany. Ultimately, neighboring countries refused to take in the refugees. The persecuted had to stay. Author: ZDF/Terra X/Leonie Schöler/Julia Geiß/Michael Fandel/Benjamin Leng/Margo
How did Greek and Arab knowledge come to Europe?
In the Middle Ages, Europe benefited from flourishing science in the Arab world. Writings and knowledge reached Europe via Spain and Sicily. At the beginning of the 13th century, the most important ancient fundamental books were handed down. Authors: ZDF/Terra X/Group 5/Susanne Utzt, Sahar Eslah, Martin Carazo Mendez/Martin Christ, Marc Riemer, Joachim C. Seck/Igor Garbuzenko, Ramin Sabeti/Faber Courtial, Jörg Courtial/Group 5 FX, xkopp creative Translation and dubbing: alugha Click here to see more videos: https://alugha.com/TerraX
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