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Which European nations were involved in The Holocaust?

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Answered 2011-11-03 21:11:25

The active participants were:

The collaborators included:

  • Vichy France
  • The puppet governments of Slovakia, Belgium.

Poland was the most involved, Hungary and Norway. Denmark and Finland.. Italy, basically any country that was either allied or occupied by Germany or were against Germany in the war.

Even Japan was involved in the way that they offered protection to some Jews through their embassy.

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