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Mostly denial until after the war and U.S. troops found evidence.

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Q: How did the US feel about the Holocaust?
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How was the Holocaust the fault of the US?

The Holocaust was not the fault of the US! It is sometimes said that the US and their Allies did not do much (or anything) to stop the Holocaust. See the related question.

How do books about the Holocaust help us remember the Holocaust?

They talk about the holocaust?

What was the nature of the us involvement in Holocaust?

Hey, the US was not involved in the Holocaust. I wonder if you are confusing the Holocaust with World War 2.

How did the gas chamber in the holocaust feel?

they did not have feelings, nor could they feel.

Where is the US Holocaust museum located?

the US national Holocaust museum is in Washington DC.

How did the Jews feel after the Holocaust?

Did Jews get back at the Germans after the Holocaust? ___ No, they had better and more important things to do.

How did the Holocaust impact the Constitution?

The US Constitution was not affected by Holocaust.

Why was the US unable to stop the holocaust?

Had the US tried to stop the Holocaust it would have found itself unable to because the Holocaust occurred on a different continent in a country that the US was at war with.

How do you feel about the holocaust?

people feel sorry about it. And. dont want it to happen again.

How do people in France feel about the holocaust today?

They feel like they have been offended.

How is the Holocaust part of The US history?

we fought in the war that ended the holocaust

How did a Jew feel during the Holocaust?

BAD! and abused!

How did the other countries feel about the Holocaust?

They feel bad for them nd dnt want them to diee..

Has the holocaust happen in the us?


How the Holocaust affects us today?

The holocaust reminds us that we are the ones who create our problems and we are the only ones that can fix them.

What happened to the US during the holocaust?

Nothing specific, the US was fighting a war for most of the time during the Holocaust.

What was the date when the US helped in the Holocaust?

The US did not help in the Holocaust. The Germans did have foreign divisions in the SS, the Ukrainians were notorious for helping with the Holocaust in Auschwitz. The only way in which the US helped was by rejecting fleeing Jews.

Why do Jews still remember the Holocaust and feel that it is an important part of their history?

Jews still remember the Holocaust and feel that it is important because so many people died for no reason! ___ For many, the Holocaust has become a key element of Jewish identity.

How has the Holocaust change how you view Germany today?

The Holocaust is Heart-breaking. Im not a Jew. Im a Baptist. but anyway, I feel really bad about the Holocaust it shouldn't have happened. It Makes me feel more sorry for other countries and what they been through

Why is the Holocaust important to US history?

well the holocaust is important to the worlds history.

What did the US Soldiers do with the local Holocaust communities?

I wonder what you mean by holocaust communities.

How would engineers working in London feel about the holocaust?

I think they will feel ok about it unless they are jewish

How many people immigrated to the US during the Holocaust?

During the Holocaust, there was a war going on and immigration to the US was basically halted.

How do you feel after learning about Hitler and the holocaust?

You are the one being asked about your personal feelings, so why ask us what you should feel? But answer 'disgusted' and you teacher will probably be happy. Answer "He da bomb" if you want to start a lively discussion in class.

How does the US Constitution prevent things like the holocaust from happening again?

The US constitution pre-dated the Holocaust by about 150 years, it did not prevent the Holocaust happening the first time. The Holocaust happened very far away from the USA, whether the US even had a constitution was totally irrelevant.