Related question: Why, in the US, is Japanese brutality ignored compared with the Nazi brutality in WW2?
Occasionally I come across people saying that the US's Jewish population has played a role in Nazi Germany's brutality being well known in the US compared to other historical events. This sounds plausible, but it also sounds reminiscent of claims that "the Jews" control the media.
Is Nazi Germany brutality particularly well known in the US, partially or fully, because of the US's Jewish population?
Note: Holocaust deniers need not answer or comment.