Holocaust & the U.S.
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S. The plan of the research will be to set forth the historical context in which issues surrounding the impact of the Holocaust on the U.S. emerged and then to discuss the extent of knowledge and belief of the events of the Holocaust in the U.S., reactions from and behavior of various sectors of society when they learned what was happening to Jews in Europe, and in what ways the American response to the Holocaust had an impact on American society during the years of the Third Reich and afterward.
Any judgment of the impact that oppression of the Jews had on the U.S. must begin with a look at the oppression in Europe. The evidence of Europe is that the apparatus of oppression was built systematically and the very thinkability of the methods Nazis..