it entered the war because Japan declared war (and attacked) it and Germany declared war on it, this was about six months after the start of the Holocaust.
the one that was used was to win the war, therefore stopping the Holocaust. Another was to buy the Jews fgrom the Nazis, or to barter for them.
The world was in a war, there was little that it could do.
WWII, the Holocaust was perpetrated under the cover of the second world war. This made it hard for anyone to do anything about it.
The Vietnam war started during the cold war. The United States entered the Vietnam war in hopes of stopping the spread of communism.
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.
Stopping the Holocaust didn't figure anywhere on the Allies' list of military objectives.Bombing in World War 2 was generally very inaccurate.
During the beginning of the Holocaust the US government was isolationist and so didn't "want to" get involved with the European affairs, however with the start of World War 2 entered some foreign policies (which were also to increase income as people depended on the States for their supplies). After the attack of Pearl Harbour though is when they entered the Pacific War (December 7, 1941) and then since they were fighting against Japan, they also entered the European war zone.
It was called the 'Great Patriotic War'. The Soviet union was filled with its own feeling of self importance that it wanted to say that World War II only really became a World War when they entered the War.
No war 'began when the Holocaust began'. The Holocaust took place during World War 2 but was not one of the causes of the war.
The Holocaust occurred during the Second World War .
The Holocaust took place in Europe in World War 2.
No, the Holocaust occurred in World War II
The holocaust was during World War 2
The Holocaust would not have happened were it not for the war. The war not only promoted the conditions to produce the Holocaust, but it also provided a shroud to cover the actions produced in the Holocaust.
World War II isn't related to the Holocaust because the Holocaust was one of the events in World War II.
No the holocaust wasn't part of the civil war. The civil war was over slavery and the holocaust was for world war 2 and the Nazis getting rid of the Jews
The Holocaust had no effect on the outcome of World War 2.
Nope. The priority was defeating Germany and ending the war.
There was the Cold War after the Holocaust. The Cold War was a war which used words and threats, but no weapons and bombs.
The US entered World War 2 after the attack on Pearl Harbor. When over 2,400 US lives were lost in a sneak attack on a Sunday morning, there was no stopping US involvement in the war.
There was no "war for the holocaust" - and the Holocaust took place mainly in Poland and the former Soviet Union.---Please see the related questions.
The holocaust took place in Europe in World War 2.
The Holocaust took place during World War 2.
The Holocaust was during World War 2