- What was the Holocaust?
- Judaism and Jewish life
- What is antisemitism?
- How did the Nazis gain power?
- Life in Nazi-controlled Europe
- What were camps?
- What was the Final Solution?
- How did people respond?
- Survival and legacy
From the Nazi rise to power in Germany during 1933, right through to the outbreak of war, the Allies had full access to information about the Nazi's actions. Even after the outbreak of war the Allies were building up a dossier of evidence of the Nazi atrocities. However, the response of the Allies left much to be desired.
How did the Allies respond to Hitler?
How did the Allies respond to the plight of the Jews of Europe?
How did the Allies respond to the increased requests for refuge?
Why did the Allies not do more?
Why did the Allies not bomb the killing centres?
Use this section to start to find answers to these questions.