Well.... It's hard to get rid of self proclaimed enemies of the state once they become entrenched into a society. The Jews of the entire world, including Germany, declared war on Germany in 1933, long before any prison and work camps were established to handle the self proclaimed enemies of Germany, Germany was at the center of the world's attention for a miraculous economic recovery from 1933 to 1936 (when they hosted the groundbreaking Olympics). Germany was approaching the pinnacle of civilization with advances in all facets of science, industry, wholesome culture, and philosophy.
On 25 August 1933, a transfer agreement between Germany and a group of Zionists was signed where Germany agreed to facilitate the exile of the self declared enemy Jews to emigrate with their property.
no,it was escape from a regime that had a madman at the helm. not all jews were able to go "voluntarily" to the same place. an exodus implies an entire group leaving en masse.also sephardic jews were caught up in the nightmare of the nazi "new order".