It didn't bother or concern any country in the world that the Nazis were systematically murdering millions of Jews and others.
Individual soldiers felt differently, looking at the war from close-up and seeing people.
...the American airmen "were never told by their commanders that they were flying over a mass-murder camp."
Senator George S. McGovern, who was a pilot in the U.S. Air Force during World War II, said in a recent interview with filmmaker Stuart Erdheim of the Wyman Institute that if his commanders had asked for volunteers to bomb the death camp, "whole crews would have volunteered." According to McGovern, the pilots and crewmen would have recognized the importance of trying to save the lives of Hitler's Jewish captives, even if it meant risking their own lives on a hazardous bombing raid.