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Nazi Germany Deports Jews into Nazi-Administered Area of Eastern Poland

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Nazi Germany begins deporting Jews Jews into the General Government, the Nazi-administered area of eastern Poland. This area started out with around 1.4 million Jews, and now more than 3,000 or more arrive each day from other areas of Poland that have been annexed to Germany.

The purpose behind transporting trainloads of Jews from the annexed regions of Poland to the General Government is to make room for "ethnic Germans" who are being moved west from areas under Soviet control.

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