The active participants were:
The collaborators included:
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.
No, the United Nations Organization did not exist at the time.
There are no "European nations " in the United States that caused them to get involved in the war. European nations are in Europe.
The Holocaust was actively supported by Romania and the puppet states of Croatia and Slovakia.
The cause of the war involved European nations competing for control of colonies was boundary disputes.
industrialized European nations.
industrialized western European nations
Most European nations versus Germany.
germany and great britian
U.S determination to be more involved in European affairs
He didn't want the US to get involved in European conflicts.
ANSWER Great Britain and Germany
France and England
No. The Japanese were puzzled by the Nazis' hatred of the Jews. They didn't have the long standing European tradition of 'churchy' antisemitism.
Australia was not actively involved in the united nations and by the time they were (1945) many of the European problems with the aborigines had died down.
He was born in 1938 in Britain and was not involved in the Holocaust.
The Holocaust was genocide. See the related question.
The name of the United European Nations is called: The European Union (EU)
There were 15 nations involved
He didn't get involved, he was the one who started the holocaust because he hated Jews. He was part Jew himself.
Germany and Great Britain were involved in a naval rivalry in the early 1900s.
European nations have faced many storms.
It is not, the US was one of the many nations who were 'bystanders' to the Holocaust.
The 2 nations build up allies and then the crisis becomes greater as more people are involved in it.