One little problem with that theory: no country (including the U.S.) would take them.
Not to white wash any atrocities Germans committed, but that is correct, and something few Countries like to talk about
Oct 28, 1938 - Nazis arrest 17,000 Jews of Polish nationality living in Germany, then expel them back to Poland which refuses them entry, leaving them in 'no-man's land' near the Polish border for several months.
In May 1939 - The St. Louis, a ship crowded with 930 Jewish refugees, is turned away by Cuba, the United States and other countries and returns to Europe.
Most of the passengers wound up in concentration camps.
In July 1940 - Eichmann's Madagascar Plan presented, proposing to deport all European Jews to the island of Madagascar, off the coast of east Africa.
March 1, 1941 - Himmler makes his first visit to Auschwitz, during which he orders Kommandant HÃ¶ss to begin massive expansion, including a new compound to be built at nearby Birkenau that can hold 100,000 prisoners.
This was the beginning of transforming concentration camps into death camps.
June 29/30 1941 - Romanian troops conduct a pogrom against Jews in the town of Jassy, killing 10,000.
We all know what happened afterwards.
Complete timeline http://www.historyplace.com/worldwar.../timeline.html