DISCUSSIONS OF NAZI GERMANY ON THE DEPORTATION OF JEWS IN 1942 – EXAMPLE OF SLOVAKIA, ROMANIA AND HUNGARY
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The study is an attempt to compare the discussions and resulting deportations of Jews in individual states. Nazi Germany asked more or less the same questions in these discussions, but the three states reacted differently to the possibility to deport their Jews, in spite of their home-grown policies of anti-Semitism. The rejection of deportation by Romania and Hungary did not result in the political elites of these countries at this time. Quiet collaboration of the individual countries, economic cooperation, especially in the armaments industry, and sending of military units to the Eastern Front, were much more important for Nazi Germany than the deportation of Jews.
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