Robert Abzug’s America Views the Holocaust, 1933-1945

This paper reviews the Robert Abzug book America Views the Holocaust, 1933-1945.

This book review gives Azug’s historical documentation on America’s role during the holocaust. It examines the context precluding the holocaust in European anti-Semitism, and how America sometimes ignored the truth during the holocaust.
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This book allows us to examine what exactly Americans knew about the Holocaust while it was happening and what and when did the United States and Americans know about Hitler’s horrific Final Solution It asks Americans to ask themselves why was there no intervention by linking historical narrative to primary, contemporary sources. Abzug both chronicles the events in Nazi Germany and examines the resurgence of anti-Semitism across the world, linking the tightening of immigration policies in the United States to fears of contamination by lesser races a philosophy not that different from Hitler’s own.

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