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US and World Responses

US and World Responses

Viennese Jews wait in line at a local district police station to obtain exit visas. Vienna, German-incorporated Austria, 1938–39.

— USHMM, courtesy of Österreichische Gesellschaft für Zeitgeschichte

How did the United States and other countries respond to the events of the Holocaust?

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