International Holocaust Remembrance Day , 27 January  .  Jews on selection ramp at Auschwitz, May, 1944

International Holocaust Remembrance Day , 27 January . Jews on selection ramp at Auschwitz, May, 1944

“The Final Solution” is one of the most chilling phrases associated with Nazi Germany. It’s a euphemism for genocide, immortalized by a memo sent on July 31, 1941 by Göring, head of the Gestapo, to Nazi SS General Heydrich. The memo was drafted for Göring by Eichmann, head of the “Department for Jewish Affairs.” The Nazis had previously considered several plans for getting rid of Europe’s Jewish population, such as mass sterilization and deportation to Madagascar (the “Madagascar Plan.”)

“The Final Solution” is one of the most chilling phrases associated with Nazi Germany. It’s a euphemism for genocide, immortalized by a memo sent on July 31, 1941 by Göring, head of the Gestapo, to Nazi SS General Heydrich. The memo was drafted for Göring by Eichmann, head of the “Department for Jewish Affairs.” The Nazis had previously considered several plans for getting rid of Europe’s Jewish population, such as mass sterilization and deportation to Madagascar (the “Madagascar Plan.”)

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Madagascar travel guide. A must-have when traveling! https://www.lonelyplanet.com/madagascar#survival-guide #FairfieldGrantsWishes

The Madagascar Plan was a proposal of the Nazi government of Germany to relocate the Jewish population of Europe to the island of Madagascar. Franz Rademacher, head of the Jewish Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for the Nazi government, proposed the idea in June 1940, shortly before France's defeat in the Fall of France. The proposal called for the handing over of Madagascar, then a French colony, to Germany as part of the French surrender terms.

The Madagascar Plan was a proposal of the Nazi government of Germany to relocate the Jewish population of Europe to the island of Madagascar. Franz Rademacher, head of the Jewish Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for the Nazi government, proposed the idea in June 1940, shortly before France's defeat in the Fall of France. The proposal called for the handing over of Madagascar, then a French colony, to Germany as part of the French surrender terms.

Chinese FM meets Madagascar President to deepen relations on Belt and Road initiative

Chinese FM meets Madagascar President to deepen relations on Belt and Road initiative

Cara amarilla de Madagascar

Cara amarilla de Madagascar

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