Originally posted by trIckz_R_fO_kIdz
Why not read what I posted after that and do your own research instead of listening to the disinfochannel they probally have in your area.
The “urban legend” grew from the lack of an existing written order from Hitler and continued to grow into what you claim. Hitler did push the
"Madasgascar Plan" even after the British held the region; however later this changed, many believe it was Goebbel that first presented the idea of
extermination in front of Hitler after years of "ratcheting-up" a solution.
Written orders from Hitler were not necessary to begin the “Holocaust” (Himmler referred to these specific orders as a “Fuehrer Order” at a
meeting with high ranking Wehrmacht officers at the municipal theater in Posen, the orders were given verbally).
There would have been multitudes of reasons why Hitler would not want to put the order down on paper.
Perhaps there once was a physical, signed document (I seriously doubt it) but was destroyed with the thousands of tons of documents destroyed by the
The systematic destruction of all documents surrounding “Aktion Reinhard” ensued in 1944. "records must be destroyed as soon as possible, after
the documents of all other work in this matter have already been destroyed."-- Odilo Globocnik’s letter to Himmler concerning “Aktion Reinhard”
Nürnberg Document 4024-PS
It is well known Hitler ordered the mass executions in Poland:
"...whatever we find in the shape of an upper class in Poland will be liquidated," Hitler's order to SS leader Heydrich. (500k dead in Poland by
The carrying-out of the "final soulution" could not have occurred without his authority (especially if he objected, obviously he did not). Were
there 'others' that desired to begin this process earlier? more than likely.
January 30, 1939 - Hitler's speech to the Reichstag threatened "the annihilation of the Jewish race in Europe" in the event of war.
Arthur Greiser, governor of the Warthegau, reported directly to Hitler (in written report form) the extermination of 153K Jews at Chelmno.
The Reichsführer-SS reported regularly the exterminations directly to Hitler (such as report 51, found here: Trials of War Criminals Before the
Nuernberg Military Tribunals - Washington, U.S Govt. Print. Off., 1949-1953, Vol. XIII, p. 269-272;…. “363,211 Jews exterminated”).
Globocnik confirmed men were sent "from the Führer's Chancellery for the carrying out of Aktion Reinhard."
Archives of the Holocaust,
V11;pt1, Doc. 144
Heydrich's the well documented claim to have the full authority of Hitler at the onset of the Wannsee conference (a statement not to be made falsely
at the time).
There is much more evidence. (Such as Himmler’s similar documented claim in 1941 to Otto Bradfisch concerning the exterminations.)
This “topic” was not something that Hitler wanted publicized in the first place, he issued an order on July 11, 1943, prohibiting any public
discussion of the exterminations/final solution:
“By order of the Fuhrer, in public the discussion of the Jewish question any mention of a future total solution must be avoided. However, one may
discuss the fact that all Jews are being interned and detailed to purposeful compulsory labor forces.”
Martin Bormann, Head of the Nazi Party Chancellery
Also presented later at Nürnberg
Reichsfuehrer-SS’s orders were derived from Hitler as noted during the planning for Operation Barbarossa, On March 13, 1941, Gen. Keitel issued the
supplement to the plan:
In the theater of operations of the Army, the Reichsfuehrer-SS has special assignments from the Fuehrer for the preparation of the political
administration, which special assignments result from the final and decisive struggle between two opposed political systems. In the conduct of these
assignments, the Reichsfuehrer-SS acts independently and on his own authority.
from Hitler's Directives for the Conduct of the War
From here... enter the Einsatzgruppen....
Of course the diaries of Goebbels and Himmler also attest to the possibilities of Hitler’s direct verbal order(s) on the topic during various
meetings with Hitler.
“"We are obliged to depopulate as part of our mission of preserving the German population. We shall have to develop a technique of depopulation. If
you ask me what I mean by depopulation, I mean the removal of entire racial units. And that is what I intend to carry out - that, roughly, is my task.
Nature is cruel: therefore, we, too, must be cruel. If I can send the flower of the German nation into the hell of war without the smallest pity for
the spilling of precious German blood, then surely I have the right to remove millions of an inferior race that breeds like vermin”.
-Hitler speech to Rauschning as presented in the Nuremberg trials
A lengthy, well argued dialouge exists on this very topic:
"...it becomes apparent that the proposition that Hitler did not know about or authorise the genesis of the
gassing programme is unsustainable. "
Yeah…Hitler had no idea