Umm...the Jews do
remember those people. If you've ever spent three seconds
at the Holocaust Museum in Washington D.C., the first
thing you see walking in isn't a picture of a Jewish man or woman or child, or a picture of a Nazi guard. As you walk into the doors, you are greeted with the flags of all
of the units which fought and died against the Nazis and which liberated the concentration camps. That is the first
thing you see walking into that place, before you even get to the ticket counter. Inside, you will have exhibits of soldiers who fought the Nazis and who died, also remembering the countries involved,, the history, and you will also have special exhibits about not only Gays and Gypsies, but the mentally and physically infirm whom the Nazis killed as well. I take it that you've never been there.
If you happen to go to the Holocaust museum in Israel, the drive to the museum takes place along a road of lined trees forming a natural archway. Each tree is planted in memory if a non-Jewish
person who saved the lives of Jews. Also, there are entire exhibits remembering the soldiers who died in WWII fighting the Nazis with flags and pictures and stories and personal items as well. They're remembered too.
And, by the way, it's not "Pro-Jew" but "Pro-Jewish". "Pro-Jew" is something Neo-Nazis say. And one does not have to be an "apologist" for pointing out that a cartoon is inherently anti-Semitic in tone and nature. There is a very good reason that this cartoon is considered anti-Semitic. It has to do with context and history as well as stereotypes. It's no different than if somebody had drawn a picture of an African-American eating watermelon and dancing on a porch. That would be incredibly racist and, I would hope, nobody here would tolerate that quietly.