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Americans and the Holocaust

The rise of Nazi Germany, the genocide of European Jews, and the outbreak of World War II provoked a variety of responses from the American public. Sources in this section highlight how Americans responded to the crises gripping Europe. Would the United States play a role in defending democracy and human rights abroad? How would Americans grapple with racism and segregation at home?

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