Nazis Close Chelmno Extermination Camp - Most Jews in Region Now Dead Hot

Nazis Close Chelmno Extermination Camp - Most Jews in Region Now Dead

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Because almost all the Jews in the Wartheland District had been exterminated, the Nazis close down the Chelmno extermination camp and begin efforts to conceal what happened here.

Operations will resume in 1944, though, so that Jews from the Lodz Ghetto can be killed more quickly.

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