Nazi Officials Decide on “The Final Solution” (1942)

In early 1942, Nazi officials held a conference at Lake Wannsee in Berlin to discuss what “final solution” would be used to eliminate the Jewish population of Europe. On paper, the plan called for gathering Jews into camps for deportation to work details in the East. The official record of the meeting does not mention killing but notes that the “evacuation” was to happen as soon as possible. Who later admitted that the actual conversation at the meeting differed significantly from the record? Discuss


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