People struggling with ADD could go to a lack of concentration camp...
But seriously. Yesterday was Holocaust Remembrance Day, and I saw a show on PBS which contained information entirely new to me. Thousands of Polish and other Jews emigrated from Lithuania to Japan. After arriving in Japan they convinced the Japanese Generals not to embark on an anti-Semitic program because the Jews and the Japanese are both Asian and (more importantly for the argument) not Aryan. Under pressure, the Japanese moved most of the Jews to Shanghai, but they returned after the war.
How did the Jews end up in Japan? They first convinced the temporary Dutch consulate to grant them entry visas to the Dutch Caribbean colony of Curaçao. Then the one-man Japanese consulate in Lithuania, Sugihara Chiune, agreed to hand write Japanese transport visas for as many Jews as he could. Most had no idea where Curaçao was, and none attempted to get there after crossing Siberia to get to Japan.
Interestingly, before World War II, some Japanese officials pursued a Jewish state in Manchuria. Jews were good engineers, artisans, and scientists, had contacts in and understanding of the West, etc., all of which were lacking in 1920s Japan. The plan lost out to the generals' program.
There's quite a bit of information on PBS's website. So check out Sugihara: Conspiracy of Kindness