Between 70 and 90 per cent of Jewish people in Hungary, the Netherlands, Greece, Latvia and Poland perished in the Holocaust.
In Estonia, Belgium, Norway and Romania it is estimated that 40 to 50 per cent did so, while in France and Italy the proportion was somewhere around 20 per cent. In both Bulgaria and Denmark, however, just one person died.
Blueprint brief – 12th March 2014
Source: David Crane, The Spectator, 8 March 2014, reviewing Countrymen: The Untold Story of How Denmark’s Jews Escaped the Nazis by Bo Lidegaard, Atlantic Books, 2014.