Many people were denying that it happened. Many wanted to stay out of the war in Europe claiming that it was none of our business. When the war was over, people blamed the U.S. Government for not getting involved sooner and saving lives. Sort of like what's going on now.
The US constitution pre-dated the Holocaust by about 150 years, it did not prevent the Holocaust happening the first time. The Holocaust happened very far away from the USA, whether the US even had a constitution was totally irrelevant.
Nothing specific, the US was fighting a war for most of the time during the Holocaust.
Terrible. The Great Depression was happening during the Holocaust. ___ No. The economies of most countries were booming at the time. After all, there was a major war going on ...
During the Holocaust, there was a war going on and immigration to the US was basically halted.
Now the last of the survivors are expiring from old age.
They talk about the holocaust?
During the Holocaust, Americans had a role in liberating concentration camps and fighting with the Allies.
The usa. turned away the jewish people who wanted to come here. So, thatdid not make America so holy
The world ended the Holocaust in 1945.
There was no single, co-ordinated Jewish response. Have a look at the related question.
The Holocaust occurred during WWII and was perpetrated by the Nazis in Europe. VE Day was in May of 1945. Truman became US President 12 April 1945 because of the death of Franklin Delano Roosevelt. So for the Holocaust, Roosevelt was the US President during the Holocaust.
The U.S. started to help in the Holocaust when the Japs bombed Pearl Harbor.
Franklin D Roosevelt was president. Not sure about how he felt about it.
Franklin D Roosevelt
Franklin D Roosevelt
None of the Allies did anything specifically tarageting the Holocaust.
The US was fighting against Germany for the liberation of Jews. ___ None of the Allies was fighting "for the liberation of the Jews", and none of the Allies did anything aimed at slowing down, disrupting or halting the Holocaust. The Allies didn't want to know what was happening to the Jews. During World War 2 they did nothing to help the Jews. Obviously, with the Allied victory over Nazi Germany, the Holocaust came to an end, but that wasn't why the Allies fought.
Americans ignored the holocaust during much of WWII, and it wasn't a priority of the US government. Jews were able to immigrate the US during the war but immigration was a hard process during the depression. Near the end of the war Americans acted strongly against the holocaust and made it public.
There was a lot of play.
The Second World War was the greatest event happening at that time.
Bob Hope was not a hero of the Holocaust. He was in no way involved. During this period he worked for the USO providing entertainment and morale boosting shows for the US army, who also had nothing to do with the Holocaust.
To prevent anything like World War 2 or the holocaust from ever happening again.
yes, but not many.