Hans Frank Meets With Hitler About Ending Transport of Jews to East

Hans Frank Meets With Hitler About Ending Transport of Jews to East

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Hans Frank, head of the General Government over Polish occupied territory, reports about his conversation with Adolf Hitler on July 8 about ceasing to transport Jews to the East. Instead, they might be sent to Madagascar.

Frank writes:

"Of particular importance is the Führer's decision, in accordance with my own suggestion, that all transports of Jews into the General Government cease.

From a political perspective I'd like to add that the plan, as soon as possible after the conclusion peace, is to transport the entire Jewish mob from Germany, the General Government, and the Protectorate, to some African or American colony.

Madagascar is one possibility. ..."

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