Which statement describes the U.S. reaction to the "final solution?"
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Congressional legislation prohibited taking sides with nations at war.
Military leaders feared a Nazi attack if the United States supported the Allies.
The U.S. economy was too weak to allow it to begin war preparations.
An executive order from President Roosevelt prohibited taking sides.
ok its kind of a sad truth, the us didn't want to get involved the the holocaust because it wasn't between us until they sank the Lusitania. You know its not a, since we did take sides. There was the underline fear the Nazi's would attack on our soil since we were a part of the allies, but still we remained in union with them. The economy was weak because of ww1 but germany was actually suffering most. And President Roosevelt did prohibit taking sides. so your answer is an executive order from President Roosevelt prohibited taking sides.
The U.S. military ordered concentration camp sites to be bombed from the air.
The U.S. government took little action to prevent Nazis from killing Jews.
The U.S. government set up special agencies to allow Jews to emigrate from Europe.
The U.S. military made it a priority to rescue Jews in the concentration camps.
it was between these...i put the wrong answers up sorry..