Was the US involved in the Holocaust?
No. 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.
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.
Nothing. There are many Holocaust museums established in the United States, generally by or for those who survived or escaped the Holocaust and move to the US. The US authorities have tried to create links between the Holocaust and other events, to make it relateable to Us culture, but it was an event which happened to other people in another part of the world with which the US was not involved.
Asians who were targeted were mostly POW or the rare immigrants. Asians generally weren't a problem during the Holocaust, it targeted Jews and Gypsies, but WW2 is separate from the Holocaust and people don't realize it. the US got involved in WW2 because of the Holocaust, which was Hitler's burning of Jews to get rid of the 'unclean' people. Then Japan attacked Pearl Harbor which got us involved in the war. The Holocaust is only…
He wasn't involved. The Holocaust didn't really start until well after he had died. He was indirectly involved in that he had played a role in Hitler's takeover of Germany in 1933. The Nazi Party's strong antisemitism was well known, but he couldn't have known that it would lead to the horrors of the Holocaust.