World War II

THE LONG VIEW

AMERICANS AND THE HOLOCAUST

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington, DC. Open through 2021; no tickets required; ages 11 and up.

COULD THE UNITED STATES have stopped the Holocaust?

The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum attempts to answer this question with a major exhibit, “Americans and the Holocaust,”

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