Could the Allies have done more during the Holocaust to stop the murders in the extermination camps? The issue of what the Allies could of, or should of done to try to prevent, or slow down the Holocaust and save Jews has been widely discussed and debated. Here, Dr. David Silberklang, Senior Historian at the International Institute for Holocaust Research and Editor-in-Chief of Yad Vashem Studies, offers a insightful look into this question.
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