WANNSEE PROTOCOL AND A 1944 REPORT ON AUSCHWITZ BY THE OFFICE OF STRATEGIC SERVICES HOLOCAUST SERIES - VOLUME 11
Item #: 70327
Pages: xviii, 278 pp.
Published: Washington; American Institute of Int'l. Law; Reprinted in 2010.
Subjects: EUROPEAN COMMUNITY
About six weeks after the Nazi invasion of the Soviet Union,Reichmarschall Hermann Goering ordered Reinhard Heydrich,Chief of the Security Police, to make preparations for a"total solution" of the Jewish question in Nazi-dominatedEurope. One of the results of this order was the conferenceAm Grossen Wannsee in Berlin on January 20, 1942. Members ofa number of German government agencies attended the meeting,at which the "Endloseung" or "Final Solution" was discussedand outlined. Hydrich proposed that with the aid of theagencies represented, the Jews were to be collected anddeported to the East. These discussions are summarized inthe Wannsee Protocol and related documents. Also included isa 1944 report in which two escapees describe what happenedto deported Jews in the Auschwitz camps. Reprinted by Law-book Exchange, Ltd. Distributed by William S. Hein & Co. Inc
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