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Among those generally considered the most famous were scientist Albert Einstein and philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein.
A large number of Nobel Prize winners at this time were Jewish, as is still the case.
Also, the search criteria are geared to the Jewish culture.In 1933, with the rise to power of Adolf Hitler and the Nazis in Germany, the Jewish situation became more severe.Economic crises, racial anti-Semitic laws, and a fear of an upcoming war led many Jews to flee from Europe to Palestine, to the United States and to the Soviet Union.In 1939 World War II began and until 1941 Hitler occupied almost all of Europe, including Poland—where millions of Jews were living at that time—and France.In 1941, following the invasion of the Soviet Union, the Final Solution began, an extensive organized operation on an unprecedented scale, aimed at the annihilation of the Jewish people, and resulting in the persecution and murder of Jews in political Europe, inclusive of European North Africa (pro-Nazi Vichy-North Africa and Italian Libya).Jews were also widespread throughout the Roman Empire, and this carried on to a lesser extent in the period of Byzantine rule in the central and eastern Mediterranean.In 638 CE the Byzantine Empire lost control of the Levant.In the 17th century, there were many significant Jewish populations in Western Europe.During the period of the European Renaissance and Enlightenment, significant changes occurred within the Jewish community.Jews began in the 18th century to campaign for emancipation from restrictive laws and integration into the wider European society.During the 1870s and 1880s the Jewish population in Europe began to more actively discuss immigration back to Israel and the re-establishment of the Jewish Nation in its national homeland.