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In article <4ank3t$5tp@zippy.cais.net>, 
tm@pacificnet.net (tom moran) wrote:

>	Raul Hilberg,
>"The Destruction of European Jews"

>"On October 30, 1941, Gebietskommissar Carl of Slutsk reported to
>Generalkommissar Kube of White Russia that the 11th Lithuanian Police
>Battalion had arrived in his city suddenly in order to wipe out the
>Jewish community. He had pleaded with the battalion commander for a
>postponement, pointing out that the Jews were working as skilled
>laborers and specialists and that White Russian mechanics were, '"so
>to speak, nonexistent'".

"..On October 26, according to Lechthaler, he was in division
headquarters again. That day, the operations officer,
reiterating that there would be no quiet until all the Jews
had been eliminated, ordered Lechthaler to proceed to Slutsk.

[...]

The Slutsk massacre claimed Jewish men and their families. It
was carried out with such brutality and with such inroads into
the Jewish labor force that the local civilian
Gebietskommissar, Heinrich Carl, an old party man, wrote a
blunt letter of protest to the Generalkommissar in Minsk."
(Hilberg, Perpetrators Victims Bystanders: The Jewish
Catastrophe, 1933-1945. 64)

Your point, Mr. Moran, was....?




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