Countries that were involved with the Holocaust were Poland, Germany, Austria, and the United Kingdom. Many citizens from these countries were sent to Nazi Death Camps.
because it was awsome
Countries under Nazi influence were involved in the Holocaust. Some to greater degrees than others.
There wasn't really an exact amount.
Russia, America, Canada, Sweeden, Austrailia, Africa
because they were looking after their own people
Please see the related questions.
It is in basically all of the countries who were involved in the Holocaust (and Israel).
Yes, there were Mexicans involved in the Holocaust, as well as numerous other nationalities. Also, some Holocaust survivers left Europe, and immigrated to Mexico and other Latin American countries.
Yad VashemThe Holocaust Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance AuthorityP.O.B. 3477Jerusalem 91034 Israelthough if you want to find one closer to you, there are museums in all countries that were in the Holocaust and many in the US and other countries not involved.
almost all of the countries in Europe. Unless you want your definition to include 'bystanders', then you can include the rest of the modern world
The Holocaust is "complete" only in the sense that it is ended, stopped. The Nazis are no longer committing mass murder.
it pretty much laid out the foundation for WW2. after the holocaust began, other countries started getting involved and trying to make a difference.
He was born in 1938 in Britain and was not involved in the Holocaust.
The Holocaust was genocide. See the related question.
German, some of Germany's allies and the countries that were occupied by Germany in WW2 - Poland Denmark, Norway, the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, France, Yugoslavia, Greece and much of the Soviet Union. --- What do you mean by 'involved'?
He didn't get involved, he was the one who started the holocaust because he hated Jews. He was part Jew himself.
The German government? Yes. The governments of the various countries allied with or occupied by Germany? Yes. The governments of countries, like the U.S., that were at war with Germany? No.Michael MontagneAnswerThe holocaust was carried out on the orders of the German government. This is something that modern Germany officially acknowledges. In other words, the holocaust was NOT some unofficial or 'private' initiative, and it wasn't a matter of 'excesses' by units running amok. The holocaust was official policy of the Third Reich. The governments of Nazi-occupied countries and of most of Germany's WW2 allies were also heavily involved.
Germany is the country that made the holocaust
It depends on what you mean by involved. Some Jews from Vichy controlled French North Africa were handed over to the Nazis, but apart from that active involvement did not extend beyond Europe. However, it you include countries that refused to accept refugees, then one can make out a case to the effect that most countries were in some sense involved by default.
Children were not involved as perpetrators, if that is what you mean.
The sad thing is other countries did know, the fact is other countries were also facing tough times, as it was going on during the war. many countrues were not in a strong enough state to do anything about the situation in Germany and the other countries involved with the holocaust!