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January 1942
Europe according to the list
A
column A of page 6
B
column B of page 6
Januar 1942
Europa laut Liste
A
Spalte A auf Seite 6
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Spalte B auf Seite 6
Styczeń 1942
Europa według listy
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kolumna A na stronie 6
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kolumna B na stronie 6
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Statistics Catastrophe

Questioning
Eichmann’s
numbers

20 January 1942
Wannsee,
a suburb of Berlin,
Germany

15 high-ranking functionaries of

Nazi Germany met in a villa

They represented the Reich Security Main Office (RSHA), as well as various ministries and central bodies of the Reich and the Nazi Party.

The sole purpose of the meeting was the so‑called

“Final Solution of the Jewish Question”

in Europe—the Holocaust.

During the meeting the participants were presented with a statistic in form of

a list, prepared by Adolf Eichmann.

As head of Jewish Affairs in the RSHA, Eichmann was responsible for organising the deportations.

Arranged by country and full of antisemitism, it contained the

supposed number of Jews

still living in each territory.

The list claimed to be precise

but was by no means accurate.

Still, it served as a murderous target and was included as page 6 of the protocol of the Wannsee Conference.

Each number represents
a human being.

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Jews will be taken into consideration. They are distributed over the individual countries as follows:…”

Page 6 of the The Wannsee protocol

In the course of this final solution of the Jewish question, roughly

Who are the people hidden behind Eichmann's numbers?

11.000.000
Land
Zahl
A.
Altreich131.800
Ostmark43.700
Ostgebiete420.000
Generalgouvernement2.284.000
Bialystok400.000
Protektorat Böhmen und Mähren74.200
Estland– judenfrei –
Lettland3.500
Litauen34.000
Belgien43.000
Dänemark5.600
Frankreich / Besetztes Gebiet165.000
Unbesetztes Gebiet700.000
Griechenland69.600
Niederlande160.800
Norwegen1.300
B.
Bulgarien48.000
England330.000
Finnland2.300
Irland4.000
Italien einschl. Sardinien58.000
Albanien200
Kroatien40.000
Portugal3.000
Rumänien einschl.Bessarabien342.000
Schweden8.000
Schweiz18.000
Serbien10.000
Slowakei88.000
Spanien6.000
Türkei (europ. Teil)55.500
Ungarn742.800
UdSSR5.000.000
Ukraine 2.994.684
Weißrussland aus–
schl. Bialystok
446.484
Zusammen:   über
11.000.000