Nisko Transporte : 20. Oktober 1939, 27. Oktober 1939. (Book, 1946) [WorldCat.org]
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Nisko Transporte : 20. Oktober 1939, 27. Oktober 1939.

Author: Israelitische Kultusgemeinde Wien.
Publisher: [Vienna, Austria?] : [Israelitische Kultusgemeinde Wien?], [1946?]
Edition/Format:   Print book : German
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Immediately following the outbreak of war in September 1939, the Nazis responded to the so-called 'Jewish question' with the formulation of the Nisko Plan. This was to be a huge reservation ("Judenreservat"), several hundred square miles in area, in which Europe's Jewish population would be forcibly resettled. The proposed location for this reservation selected by Hitler and to be implemented by Adolf Eichmann, was  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Registers (Lists)
Registers
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Israelitische Kultusgemeinde Wien.
OCLC Number: 54829605
Notes: Cover title.
This ms. was donated to the USHMM by the Israelitische Kultusgemeinde Wien. The Oct. 20 register lists names, addresses, and birth dates of Jews deported from Vienna, Austria. The Oct. 27 register lists names and birth dates only, not place of origin.
Description: 24, 2, 17 leaves ; 30 cm
Contents: Teilnehmer-Liste des am 20. Oktober 1939 abgehenden Transportes --
Nachtrag zur Teilnehmer-Liste des am 20. Oktober 1939 abgehenden Transportes --
Teilnehmer-Liste des am 27. Oktober 1939 abgehenden Transportes.

Abstract:

Immediately following the outbreak of war in September 1939, the Nazis responded to the so-called 'Jewish question' with the formulation of the Nisko Plan. This was to be a huge reservation ("Judenreservat"), several hundred square miles in area, in which Europe's Jewish population would be forcibly resettled. The proposed location for this reservation selected by Hitler and to be implemented by Adolf Eichmann, was in southern Poland, between the cities of Lublin and Nisko. However the Nisko project soon ran into logistical problems and by mid-1940 the idea of a Jewish reservation in Europe had been abandoned. German attention instead turned to far deadlier means of solving the "Jewish question." The present register contains some 1,680 names, Jews, placed on two separate transports, who were selected for forced labor in order to construct the camps on the Nisko reservation. The Oct. 20 register lists names, addresses and birth dates of Jews deported from Vienna. The Oct. 27 register lists names and birth dates only, no record of place of origin.

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