That's interesting, may I ask for a source?Genro wrote: ↑07 Feb 2019 11:12In the early part of 1938, several thousand Jewish refugees congregated at Otpor, a railway station on the Russian Manchuria border requesting permission to travel to Shanghai and Japan. General Kichiro Higuchi who was in charge of the army in Manchuria forwarded the request to Tojo on humanitarian grounds and Tojo agreed. Hitler was furious and instructed Ribbentrop the foreign minister to demand that Higuchi be punished but Tojo did nothing for a few months and then promoted Higuchi.
Because in 1938 the Nazis actively and eagerly cooperated with anybody who facilitated Jewish emigration from Germany, and that included the Jews themselves - see the Haavara Agreement.
The main problem the German Jews faced, and only the poor ones, was the high cost of emigration, not the Nazis.