why did nazi leaders increase the elimination of jewish population after the battle of Stalingrad?
- 1 week ago
The Wannsee Conference, held on January 20, 1942 was called to coordinate the "Final Solution to the Jewish Problem". As a result, a network of extermination and death camps was established in which 1.7 million Jews were murdered in 1942-1943.
All done to please Hitler after the Losses at Stalingrad
- Anonymous1 week ago
They realized they could lose the war in Russia they wanted to kill as many as possible before the Russians forced them out of Russia.