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German Jews

U.S. newspaper coverage of 1935 Nazi Nuremberg Laws
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Question 1314134

Which of the following best characterizes the U.S. government position regarding the treatment of Jews in Germany during the 1930s?

(A) large numbers of Jewish refugees were allowed to enter the U.S.
(B) President Roosevelt issued harsh condemnations of the abuses as early as the Nuremberg Laws of 1935
(C) while some officials expressed concern, no significant action was taken
(D) the U.S. boycotted the 1936 Olympic Games
(E) officials were unaware of mistreatment or legal restrictions

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