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They knew about the Holocaust

In the BBC television programme "Young Elizabeth", it was said that King George VI, among others, became fully aware of the Holocaust early on but it was decided that "the news was too terrible to publicise". One is unable to make sense of that statement except to conclude that the British Foreign Office wanted to hush up the news as it suited their policy of preventing Jews from reaching Palestine.

It is well-known that allied planes overflew the death camps on several occasions but made no attempt to disrupt the proceedings.











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