Hans Frank Meets With Hitler to Plan Elimination of Jews Hot

Hans Frank Meets With Hitler to Plan Elimination of Jews

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Hans Frank, General Governor of Occupied Poland, has a meeting with Adolf Hitler about the fate of Jews in Europe. Afterwards, Frank informs the General Government's undersecretaries of state, police and SS chiefs, district governors, and department directors that the Jews are to be eliminated.

Frank is quoted as saying:

"The Führer is determined to make this country purely German in the course of 15 to 20 years."


Hans Frank Describes Role in the Third Reich

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