Can you locate or tell me how to locate evidence that supports the large number of US citizens that opposed any action in Hitler's regime?
Strongly suggest you take a look at website entitled "Jewish Labor and the Holocaust," also known as "LABOR AND THE HOLOCAUST: The Jewish Labor Committee and the Anti-Nazi Struggle." It is at:
George Berlin, "The Anti-Nazi Activities of the Jewish Labor Committee in the 1930s," MA thesis, Columbia University, 1966;
--, "The Jewish Labor Committee and American Immigration Policy in the 1930s," Studies in Jewish Bibliography, History and Literature in Honor of I. Edward Kiev (New York, 1971);
Moshe R. Gottlieb, American Anti-Nazi Resistance, 1933-1941: An Historical Analysis (New York, 1982);
Will Herberg, "The Jewish Labor Movement in the United States," American Jewish Yearbook (1952): 3-74;
John Herling, "Baruch Charney Vladeck," American Jewish Yearbook, (1939- 1940): 79-93;
The Jewish People Past and Present, 4 vols. (New York, 1946- 1955), vol. 2, pp. 399-430;
Sidney Kelman, "Limits of Consensus: Unions and the Holocaust," American Jewish History 79 (Spring 1990): 336-57;
David Kranzler, "The Role of Relief and Rescue during the Holocaust by the Jewish Labor Committee," in Seymour Maxwell Finger, American Jewry during the Holocaust (New York, 1984) Appendix 4-2;
Monty Noam Penkower, The Jews Were Expendable: Free World Diplomacy and the Holocaust (Urbana, IL, 1983), pp. 68-69;
Edward S. Shapiro, "The World Labor Athletic Carnival of 1936: An American Anti- Nazi Protest," American Jewish History 59 (March 1985): 255-73;
Kenneth Waltzer, "American Jewish Labor and Aid to Polish Jews during the Holocaust," unpublished paper presented at a conference of the United States Holocaust Memorial Council, Washington, DC, March 1987 (on file at the Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives, New York University).
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