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Volume 009
Subdivision Subdivision 17 / Persecution of Jews
Part Not applicable
Section 17.04 (R & A 3114.3, Jews)
Title R & A No. 3114.3 / Nazi Plans for Dominating Germany and Europe / The Criminal Conspiracy Against the Jews / Office of Strategic Services / Research and Analysis Branch / Draft for the War Crimes Staff / Copy No. 56 / SECRET
Pages 19
Pages Supplemental With the following breakdown: Title page (1p.), unnumbered; Note (1p.), unnumbered; text proper (17pp.), 1-17.
Date 1945-08-13
Language English
Author The author's name is not given.
Witness Not applicable
Other Names Hitler; Goebbels; Rosenberg; Werner Best; Herbert Backe; Dr. Walter Gross; Streicher; Goering; Ley; Gottfried Feder; von Jagow; Frantizek Chalkovsky
Other Dates 24 February 1920; 17 July 1932; 30 July 1933; 29 November 1935; 26 June 1938; 19 November 1938; 23 November 1938; 24 November 1938; 30 January 1939; 27 March 1941; 31 January 1942; 13 June 1942; 27 July 1942; 6 October 1942; 18 February 1943; 24 February 1943; 1 May 1943; 10 May 1943; 13 May 1944; 14 May 1944
Abstract This report summarizes the premeditation of the Nazi conspiracy to annihilate European Jewry. By quoting the words of the chief Nazi leaders, the report documents the intensity and scope of German anti-Semitism and reveals, among other things, that the Nazis' intention to exterminate every Jew in Europe and beyond was at the heart of their ideology from its inception. This document is a typewritten mimeograph copy of very good to adequate quality on slightly browning paper in very good condition.
Keywords Crimes against humanity; Persecution of Jews; Anti-Semitism; Mass murder; Nazi criminal conspiracy; Disenfranchisement; Economic persecution; Religious persecution; Starvation; Forced labor; Enslavement; Spoliation; Torture; Deportation; Executions; Concentrations camps; Jewish Question; Lebensraum; Nazi racial ideology; Volksgenosse; "Mein Kampf"; "Voelkischer Beobachter"; "Das Schwarze Korps"; "Der Stuermer"; "Der Angriff"