Evian Conference – Intentional or Functional Antisemitism

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Since the beginning time there have been incidents which can be considered antisemtic, hatered towards the Jews, bibilically , the pharoh of Egypt enslaving Jewish, Chrisitianity acusing Jews for killiing Jesus and Mohamod describing Jews/Infidels as pigs.  Middie Ages, Enlightement, Spanish Inquisitions all have examples of antisemitism.   The Holocaust was the state sponsored systematic murder of six millions Jews.   Doris Bergen writes certain conditions from the Russian Revolution, the the defeat of Germany during WWI as well as historic antisemitism all are conditions to why the Holocaust happened. Daniel Goldhagen agrees antisemitims was a major cause for the Holocaust but also claims the Holocaust could have only happened in Germany.
Antisemisitm  can be considered one of the most fundamental causes of the Holocaust. The world was going through a Global depression after World War I and headed toward a  recession to improvement.  Main historians claim the role of the 300 million bystanders also played a role which attributed to the murder of 6 million Jews.   Were all three hundred antismetic?  Were the countries antisemtic?   

After the Holocaust historians from all over the world have tried to explain why the Holoccaust happened.  A debated insued regarding the explanation.  Was the Holocaust intentional – Hitler intentionally wanting to commit Geocide or was it functional – the Holocaust was a funiction of the chaotic atmosphere  which preyed upon opportunitst.    Noted funtionalist Historians included Raul Hilberg,   Christopher Browning, Hans Mommsen, Martin Broszat, Gtz Aly,   Zygmunt Bauman, Timothy Snyder and David Cesarani. Notable intentionalists have included   Klaus Hildebrand, Eberhard Jckel, John Lukacs,   Gerhard Weinberg, Walter Laqueur, Saul Friedlnder, Richard Breitman, Lucy Dawidowicz and Daniel Goldhagen.  Additionally,
 the middle of the spectrum along side with historians such as Ian Kershaw and Yehuda Bauer. Both Bauer and Kershaw  seem to have the impression that Hitler was the driving force behind the Holocaust, but was not necessarily to blame. He did at one point want to exterminate the Jews, but it was not necessarily his plan all along from 1920, that some others could have influenced his actions and ideas.   To this day,   there still remains historians on the far left and far right, it is common for historians to be in the middle, selects reasons   from each side..    

Based on the intentionalist functionalist debate of the HOlocaust, can the 32 partipating countries explanations for not opeinging the doors to the refugee, the Jew be considered intentional antisemitsm or functional antisemitsm.  This study will look at years 1920-1938 which precedes the Evian Conference,   through the United States entering the war 1941. A focus with be on the United States under FDR,  the United Kingdom and former colonies (Cananda, Australia, Canada, South Africa and New Zealand and Argentina. 

Aftermath the years post years of the Evian Conference 1939-1950.  
 

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