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Joseph Goebbels Meets With Hitler to Discuss Elimination of Jews

Joseph Goebbels, 1937

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After a meeting with Adolf Hitler, Joseph Goebbels writes in his diary that they discussed removing all Jews from Germany.

According to Goebbels:

"We discuss the Jewish question. The Führer approves my procedures in Berlin. What the foreign press writes is insignificant.

The main thing is that the Jews be pushed out. In 10 years they must be removed from Germany. But in the interim we still want to keep the Jews here as pawns."

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