Joseph Goebbels Notes in Diary Hitler's Remark on Necessity to Make Short Work of the Jews Hot

Joseph Goebbels Notes in Diary Hitler's Remark on Necessity to Make Short Work of the Jews

Joseph Goebbels
Source: Deutsches Bundesarchiv

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Joseph Goebbels writes in his diary about a conversation he had with Adolf Hitler in which Hitler said that it would be necessary to "make short work" of the Jews.

Goebbels writes:

"We discussed many things: that one should dispose of habitual criminals before they commit crimes rather than afterwards; that our lawyers will never understand this; that the Jews also belong to this group and that we must make short work of them.

Otherwise they always have the affect of bacteria."

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