First of all, there was hardly any poverty in America after the Holocaust. Due to the bombing war efforts, many men and women were working to make weapons for the war.
For a family of 2 the US poverty line is $15,730. For a family of four the poverty line is $23,850.
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.
They talk about the holocaust?
Hey, the US was not involved in the Holocaust. I wonder if you are confusing the Holocaust with World War 2.
the US national Holocaust museum is in Washington DC.
Yes. Poverty is world wide.
The US Constitution was not affected by Holocaust.
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.
600,534 people live in poverty in the US. hoped this helped you!
The us census bureau determines poverty status by comparing pre -tax
we fought in the war that ended the holocaust
The holocaust reminds us that we are the ones who create our problems and we are the only ones that can fix them.
Nothing specific, the US was fighting a war for most of the time during the Holocaust.
One in Six Americans live in Poverty
The US did not help in the Holocaust. The Germans did have foreign divisions in the SS, the Ukrainians were notorious for helping with the Holocaust in Auschwitz. The only way in which the US helped was by rejecting fleeing Jews.
well the holocaust is important to the worlds history.
I wonder what you mean by holocaust communities.
During the Holocaust, there was a war going on and immigration to the US was basically halted.
As of 2011, 20% of US teenagers live in poverty.
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.
This question confuses the Holocaust (genocide) with World War 2.
the British army, the US army, and many others fought in the holocaust