The Holocaust wasn't a problem that needed 'resolving'. The Holocaust ended as the Allied forces advanced and liberated the camps. For example, Soviet forces entered Auschwitz on 27 January 1945, which is widely kept as Holocaust Memorial Day. It sounds almost incredible, but in Kielce in Poland there were anti-Jewish riots in July 1946, which resulted in about deaths.
The Holocaust was genocide. It an attempt to kill all Jews. It was not some dispute that could have been 'resolved'.
The allies invaded Germany and put an end to the third Reich.
The situation was resolved quickly.The student resolved the mathematical equation."I have resolved the issue of radiation poisoning," the only surviving scientist yelled to his now-dead assistants. It was of course, a bit late.
the great depression was resolved 1939
Synonyms for resolved is agree, answer, and conclude.
Dissolved rhymes with "resolved". Hope that helps!
No, resolved is a verb. It is the past tense of resolve.
there is no 'jews holocaust' look for the dates of the Holocaust
There are many photos of the Holocaust. You can google Holocaust and click on "images" to find pictures of the Holocaust.
He approved of the Holocaust and was the one who made the Holocaust happen.
The Palestinian Problem has not yet been resolved.
How and when was the problem resolved in Love Canal
The duration of Resolved - film - is 1.52 hours.
To remember the Holocaust.
no, but it was on the road to the Holocaust.
The Holocaust is a concept not a person.
Holocaust was not a person
Generally they would have been saved during the Holocaust, assuming that you are asking when Holocaust victims were saved from the Holocaust.
The Holocaust was horrific ... Google "Holocaust Pictures" and see for your self.
Holocaust is capatalized because it is a major event in history. It is a title, The Holocaust.
One aspect of the Holocaust is murder, there was a lot of killing in the Holocaust.
There is little footage of the Holocaust itself, the series 'Holocaust' was a dramatisation.
That's a lie, I just did a research paper on it. 6 million people died in the Holocaust.