How were other countries involved in the Holocaust especially the United States?
the usa went in the camps; after discovery by Russians.many ss guards were shot
then it was Nuremberg trial.
The United States were not involved in the Jewish Holocaust but they liberated any Concentration Camps they encountered on their march to Berlin. The Americans fought mainly in the Pacific Ocean capturing islands from the Japanese. A notable action of the Americans is the nuclear bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. In the European Theatre, American soldiers invaded Normandy, France alongside English and Canadian soldiers under the command of American general Eisenhower. The United States also…
The main countries involved in World War 2 (1939 - 1945) (there were a lot more countries involved, but these are the major ones): Germany, Russia, Britain, United States, France, Italy and Poland. The main countries involved in the Cold war (started roughly in the late 1940s): United States, USSR (Russia), Britain
Many countries were involved on the side of the Protestant States and Allies in the Thirty Years' War. Some of them were Sweden, Denmark-Norway, Saxony, and France. Some of the countries involved on the side of the Roman Catholic States and Allies were the Holy Roman Empire, the Spanish Empire, Hungary, and Austria.
The United States wasn't involved until later in the war. They didn't join until after Pearl Harbor in 1941 (December 7). Then the US was focused mainly on Japan but later became involved with liberating Jews from concentration camps. This was their primary role during the holocaust. So to sum it up, the US was one of the main liberators of camps during the holocaust.