Yes America helped the Jews in the Holocaust.
During the Holocaust (that is the actual genocide) the only help that the U.S. or any Allied country gave was indirect - by defeating Germany. There was no military action targeted at stopping the Holocaust itself.
By the time the Americans and other Allies reached the concentration camps it was far too late. About six million Jews had already been murdered. For most of World War 2 the Allies did not want to know about the fate of the Jews, although they were receiving regular reports about what was happening.
No, the United Nations did not exist at the time.
Yes Chrisian churches helped Jews during the Holocaust....
danish if they tried to help jews
Those who have memories of the Holocaust have no trouble and need no help in remembering.
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there were agencies established to help them.
The United States didn't help. It is not clear how much the government knew, but there are reports that it was suspected that people were being killed in camps. The main thrust of the United States was to fight the war and to win.
help some of them escape from the holocaust
The question seems to wonder why the United States did not partake in the Holocaust during WWII which is a rather absurd question. It seems that you're asking if the United States could have done more to prevent the horrors of the Holocaust. The pure and simple answer is that the United States made major contributions to ending the Holocaust including being a major participant in defeating Nazi Germany and actually liberating prisoners from prison camps. However, historians do debate if the United States could have done more. Typically, historians who argue that the United States did enough argue that any resources devoted by the US to stop the Holocaust ultimately diverts resources away from actually defeating Hitler. Historians who argue that the United States could have done more typically argue that the United States knew about the Holocaust and could have done something to slow the Germans down. The one problem with this is that the best method of stopping the Holocaust is to get the victims out of German custody and that is impractical without physically invading the continent.
Yes, there are holocaust survivors. Most of the Jews had help from the outside escaping, but many left their hometowns before the Nazis could get to them.
At the time, Israel didn't exist.
To help the Germans Know who was who between the Jews and the Germans.
Synagogues didn't help the holocaust. It was just a religious place for Jews to go for Jewish New Year and pray the blessings in Hebrew and light sabbath candles. ____ Synagogues had lists of members - of Jews.
Albert Einstein left Germany to visit United States when Adolf Hitler came to power in 1933 he decided not to go back.. But ended up going back to help the Jews escape and brought back to my knowledge was around 200 Jews to the United States.
some people tried and succeeded in helping individual Jews, no one could help them as a group.
Most help came from individuals and, to some extent, charities.
Sweden took jews in because the Demark jews was sent to neutral demark 95% of Demark jews escaped into neutral sweden
It doesnt help the jews because the star of david is the symbol of the jewish religion
they knew the Jews didnt matter
Untied States was one of the many countries whom at at first did not help during the holocaust
During the Holocaust only 51/82000 Danish Jews were killed. Most Jews with the help of Neutral Sweden and the Danish Government were able to emmigrate to Sweden since it was neutral during the Holocaust. That was a total of 99.6 per cent of Jews from Denmark were saved from the Nazi Genocide known as the Holocaust.
the truth is that us didn't help the Jew's. sure afterwards they let some into America but during the actual holocaust they did nothing to stop it. shame on them.
The US was fighting against Germany for the liberation of Jews. ___ None of the Allies was fighting "for the liberation of the Jews", and none of the Allies did anything aimed at slowing down, disrupting or halting the Holocaust. The Allies didn't want to know what was happening to the Jews. During World War 2 they did nothing to help the Jews. Obviously, with the Allied victory over Nazi Germany, the Holocaust came to an end, but that wasn't why the Allies fought.