Euphemism for the extermination of European Jewry.
The name for the plan to eliminate 11,000,000 Jews in Europe to solve the "Jewish Question." Beginning in December 1941, Jews were rounded up in occupied German territories and deceptively sent to be "resettled" in the East; ultimately, most of the deportees were shot or gassed.
German plan to eliminate Jews through mass executions by isolating them in concentration camps; by the end of the war, the Nazis had killed 6 million Jews
the Nazi program of exterminating Jews under Hitler
This was the killing of six million in order to deal with the perceived problem they presented to Germany (the "Jewish Question"). In German, Endlosung. The view was taken that "extermination" was needed of a non-human pest.
The Nazi plan for the physical destruction of all of Europe's Jewish population.
Hitler’s ultimate goal of destroying the Jews and having a final victory of the Aryan Nation; the decision to create the concentration camps as way to finally exterminate the Jewish race.
Term used by the Nazis to describe their plan to murder the entire Jewish population of Europe. Originated at the Wansee Conference.
The Nazi term for their plan to exterminate all European Jews. The full name is written, "The Final Solution of the Jewish Question."
the German killing of a great number of Jews in a short period of time during 1942
Refers to "the final solution to the Jewish question in Europe." Nazi code for physical destruction of European Jews.
The Nazis' term for their plan to exterminate all the Jews of Europe. The term was first used at the Wannsee Conference near Berlin on January 20, 1942.
A Nazi euphemism for the plan to exterminate the Jews of Europe.
Term used by the Germans and coined at the Wannsee Conference in 1942, and refers to the 'Final solution of the Jewish question in Europe." It was the German code for the physical and total destruction of Jews in Europe.
A euphemism and necronym concocted by the Racist sect of Abortionism which held political power in Germany in the 1930's and 1940's. Used to describe the genocide practiced against the Jews. The full name was the Final Solution for the Jewish Problem. Prenatal child-killing has become America's Final Solution for the "Negro Problem", the unwanted pregnancy problem, and other "problems" with controlling the populations of "undesirables" as perceived by those who control the nation's cultural agenda.
Name given to the German policy of genocide of the Jewish population
The Nazi term for their program to annihilate the Jews of Europe. A Euphemism or substitute term for mass murder or genocide. The term refers to the last in a line of "solutions" to the "problem" of what to do with Jews.
The so-called "Final Solution of the Jewish Question" (German "EndlÃ¶sung der Judenfrage") refers to the German Nazis' plan to engage in systematic genocide against the European Jewish population during World War II. The term was coined by Adolf Eichmann, a top Nazi official who supervised the genocidal campaign and was captured, tried and executed by Israeli authorities in 1961â€“62. The implementation of the Final Solution resulted in the most deadly phase of the Holocaust.