HOW 9 U.S. PRESIDENTS REALLY FELT ABOUT JEWS | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

HOW 9 U.S. PRESIDENTS REALLY FELT ABOUT JEWS

At the Casablanca Conference in 1943, Roosevelt told Free French leaders that the number of Jews entering some professions in liberated North Africa “should definitely be limited,” lest there be a recurrence of “the understandable complaints which the Germans bore towards the Jews in Germany.”

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