Nothing was done until the U.S. was drawn into WWII. At that point, the Allies slowly destroyed the Axis powers and eventually marched across Germany. The end of the Holocaust was a bye-product of the Allied victory. None of the Allies did anything specifically aimed at stopping the Holocaust. The U.S. and Britain didn't want to know about the Holocaust. That said, there was no "miracle solution". However, they could have tried to bomb the railways near the extermination camps and could have asked resistance groups to give a high priority to disrupting the Holocaust, for example by stopping trains on their way to Auschwitz and other camps and freeing the prisoners. In reality, stopping the Holocaust didn't figure anywhere on any of the Allies' priorities. Auschwitz III (Monowitz) was bombed by the USAAF because it was producing chemicals, not because of its role in the Holocaust.
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No one knew that the Holocaust would happen, not even those in charge of it.
They were afraid to go and stop because they thought that they could get caught up in the the Holocaust that is why they did not stop the holocaust form happening.
no one tried to stop the Holocaust, some countries refused to cooperate, but that was the extent.
i think he need to stop doing what he doing because nobody probably don't know why he did what done
Had the US tried to stop the Holocaust it would have found itself unable to because the Holocaust occurred on a different continent in a country that the US was at war with.
It is hard to see exactly what could have been done to stop it. Please also see the related question.
The holocaust to me is the most evil thing ever done in the history of mankind
One cannot say seventy years later what should have happened: The US did what it could at the time.
Nothing. No one knew that it was coming, not even the Germans, or Hitler himself.
absolutely nothing. the holocaust is done and over with, so we don't need to worry about it now
Anne Frank didn't stop the Holocaust. She just made a diary on the thing. The Allies stopped the Holocaust. Anne Frank was just a teenager during the Holocaust. She could not have stopped it. The above answer is correct. See link below for more information.
The Holocaust was not the fault of the US! It is sometimes said that the US and their Allies did not do much (or anything) to stop the Holocaust. See the related question.
America fought Germany for the end of the Holocaust, you can learn more if you research more about the Holocaust end and WW2.
went to war with Germany
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yes, it was by no means inevitable
None of the Allies did anything specifically tarageting the Holocaust.
yes, but as they did not know that the Holocaust was going to happen, the question is moot.
In the Holocaust most of the gassing was done on an "industrial" basis.
The Allied forces defeated Germany.