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           Nazi Conspiracy & Aggression, Volume VI
                  Copy of Document 3589-PS

                                                  [Page 287]
                                   Nurnberg, 7 January 1946.
 Suppliment No. 6 to the Official Czechoslovak Report called
           "German Crimes Against Czechoslovakia"
Presented by order of the Czechoslovak Government by General
Dr. B. Ecer, Plenipotentiary, Czechoslovak Representative to
  the Commission of the United States for the Investigation
        of War Crimes in London, at present Chairman
       of the Czechoslovak Delegation to the Nurnberg
By order of my Government I submit No. 6 of the Czechoslovak
Report in accordance with art. 21 of the Charter the
following statement:

During the tenure of office of defendant Wilhelm Frick as
Reich Protector of Bohemia and Moravia from August 1943
until the liberation of Czechoslovakia in 1945, many
thousands of Czechoslovak Jews were transported from the
Terezin Ghetto in Czechoslovakia to the concentration camp
at Oswieczien (Auschwitz) in Poland and there killed in the
gas chambers.

Affidavits of eyewitnesses in the official files of the
Czechoslovak Government constitute the basis for this

                                     For General Dr. B. ECER
                                       Capt. Dr. A. Hochwald

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