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Eichmann Tells Jewish Leaders to Make Plans for Removal From the Reich

Adolf Eichmann

Adolf Eichmann meets with representatives of the Jewish communities of Germany, Vienna, and Prague and instructs them that within 48 hours he wants plans drawn up for the removal of all Jews from the Reich.

According to Eichmann:

"After the end of the war . . . it is to be expected that a final solution of the European Jewish Question will be sought."

At this time he and others seem to foresee simply deporting Jews either abroad or to some "reservation" in Europe.

These same plans will, however, be equally useful in the eventual decision to simply kill all the Jews.

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