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Have you any reason at all to think that this is likely to happen? For example, are Jews persecuted in the US? Surely not!
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 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.
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.
Once the Holocaust had started it was too late. The US, Britain and other countries should have allowed far more refugees in earlier.
None - the border was closed to Jews.
The US helped because it was the right thing to do.
They talk about the holocaust?
Yes, the refusal of the US to denounce the German treatment of Jews effectively gave Hitler and the Nazis permission to perpetrate the Holocaust.
The U.S. started to help in the Holocaust when the Japs bombed Pearl Harbor.
Yes. There were some survivors and there were Jews who had been beyond the reach of the Nazis, for example, Jews in Britain and the US.
In World War 2 the US State Department was antisemitic.Until 1944 the US government didn't want to know about the Holocaust.___________There are a few books on this, including The Abandonment Of The Jews: America and the Holocaust, by David S. Wyman andSaving the Jews: Franklin D. Roosevelt and the Holocaustby Robert N. RosenIt was very complex issue and a lot of denial about whether the Jews were actually being exterminated.
No, there were survivors, too. There were also Jews living in countries like the US that were beyond the reach of the Nazis.
It depends on the time in history but many were persecuted because of their religion. Going to the US gave them more safety.
Until 1944 the US government didn't want to know about the Holocaust.___________There are a few books on this, including The Abandonment Of The Jews: America and the Holocaust, by David S. Wyman andSaving the Jews: Franklin D. Roosevelt and the Holocaustby Robert N. RosenIt was very complex issue and a lot of denial about whether the Jews were actually being exterminated.
She kept a diary which let us know how the Holocaust affected Jews.
It meant that the US was obliged to accept more Jews after the war.
the US went and started to help fight the wars after japan bombed them
the holocaust impacted us in a lot of ways 1.) we built an atomic bomb because we let some Jews come to the US 2.)thats all i know cause i love cats
AnswerNo. The holocaust was the attempted wholesale extermination, by Nazi Germany, of all Jews, Slavs and other people the Nazis considered "subhuman". the United States, and its allies, stopped the holocaust by winning the war.
To remember what effect it had on 'us' is less important than what effect it had on those who experienced it.
There was no response, not even diplomatic or economic sanctions. This led Hitler to be more and more draconian with the Jews and eventually led to the Holocaust.
The major reason why the U.S. failed to help during the holocaust was because the Great Depression was still going on all over the world at the begining and the leaders had other things to worry about than what was going on in Europe. Once the full scope of the Holocaust was known people still did not want to help because they felt that if Jews came over from Europe they would take jobs away from Americans that really needed them.
yes it hasit affected us cause many of soldiers went to Europe and never came backour own people died cause of the holocaust___None of the Allies fought "cause of the holocaust" ... World War 2 was not fought to save the Jews.