Due to its own interests, Japan did not accept “Shanghai’s Final Solution” completely. However, Japanese militarists conducted all kinds of persecution to the Jewish people. Japanese authorities announced the establishment of “isolated residential area for stateless refugees”, forcing all the European Jewish refugees to move into the area. Thus, their quiet life, which was obtained a minute ago, fell into chaos again. They lost personal freedom and need a “passport” to enter or leave the isolated area. It was not an easy thing to get a “passport”. The picture is the scene in which the Jewish people lined up to apply their “passports”.
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