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How and where did the final solution take place for the Holocaust.

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In this essay I am going to explain how and where the final solution took place for the Holocaust. In my opinion and according to some historical evidence, I am going to explain how the final solution took place. Firstly there are the logistics, for example how Hitler began with the processes of transportation, and with the help of Echman, Heydrict and Himmler it soon led to the eviction of Jews from their homes then the running of Ghettos, the concentration camps and extermination camps. Also another reason of how the final solution took place was the Nazi policy towards the Jews. The Nazis acts of discrimination towards the Jews, for example the organizing of the ghettos, boycotting of Jewish shops and businesses, persecution, beatings and shootings was inevitably going to lead to something, however it was certainly not planned, that six million Jews were to be killed. Did Hitler actually plan the extermination of the Jews from the very beginning? ...read more.


Already after each of the unexpected processes there was the setting up of the death camps by 1943 and Jews by the hundreds of thousands were having their lives taken each day on end. The Wannsee conference in 1942 opened doors of opportunity for Hitler despite not attending it, after all he had gone so far with discrimination, killings, death camps and now this was the solution where the suggestions would be discussed, deciding what was to happen to the Jews. His officials, Himmler, Heydrict, Echman as well as other important officials of Hitler's attended and there for two hours, the decision of six million lives was at hand. Had anyone anticipated war? Had Hitler himself even anticipated war? Hitler, despite knowing roughly what he was going to do with all the Jewish people of Europe, at one point the solution was going to be sending them to Madagascar, where he could ship them off, to cleanse Germany and become strong and 'pure' again. ...read more.


The Germans (the Nazi party and Hitler) basically had now managed to have an occupation of the Eastern territories in Europe that the allies were struggling to fin away to suddenly drop matters of the world war to rescue the Jewish race. In Conclusion, the final solution took place at the Wansee conference in Poland where after progressive years of discrimination carried out by the Nazis and Hitler's elite SS bodyguards, this the final solution was confirmed. After the early processes of emigration to the isolation of Ghettos, Himmler, Echman, and Heydrict along with many of Hitler's officials had taken into their hand the fate of six million Jews. Finally, not too long after the Holocaust, the minutes of the conference were found and, there were the lists of how many Jews were in various European countries and the totals of how many had already been exterminated or sent to the Death camps. ...read more.

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