I wonder which Americans you could add on.
Franklin Roosevelt? He dies on the very day the Americans begin their push for the holocaust myth. The day of the Merkers mine tour and the Ohrdruf tour. Maybe he would have been against the Psyche Warfare or OSS plan, which would have meant "no Israel." And who did he have dinner with the night before while vacationing? Huge Zionist supporter Henry Morgenthau. Morgenthau could have slipped something in his food or drink. Who was placed in charge of the Merkers mine? Morgenthau's close treasury aide, Bernard Bernstein.
April 11, evening: Morgenthau has dinner with FDR. Morgenthau has followed him to his vacation home in Warm Springs, Georgia.
April 12: FDR mentions he has a terrible headache and dies of a cerebral hemorrhage. On the same day Morgenthau's appointee who is overseeing Germany's nearly entire gold reserves (Carl Bernstein) in the Merkers mine, shows Eisenhower and Patton a suitcase full of eyeglasses in the mine, right next to 90 percent of Germany's gold reserves.
George Patton: His Third Army took over Merkers, Ohrduf, Buchenwald. Later, upon seeing Berlin after it fell, it left him feeling "kind of blue." After which we find snippets of letters saying nice things about the Germans and mean things about the Jews, then he dies in a car accident.
Supporting quote for Morgenthau/FDR:
In October 1945 Morgenthau published a book in which he described and motivated the Morgenthau plan in great detail. FDR had granted permission for the book the evening before his death, when dining with Morgenthau at Warm Springs. Morgenthau had asked Churchill for permission to also include the text of the then still secret "pastoralization" memorandum signed by Churchill and FDR at Quebec but permission was denied.10
10: Beschloss, The Conquerors, p. 250
Maybe that wasn't the only thing that was denied.