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Holocaust: "The Final Solution"

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  • Zelma Lakatos (1889 - c.1944)
  • Yaakov Bechki (b. - 1944)
  • Margarete Goerke (1895 - 1941)
    Margarete Goerke, geb. Wolff Verkäuferin, geboren am 05.06.1895 in Posen, verwitwet, deportiert am 20.11.1941 aus München nach Kaunas, ermordet am 25.11.1941 in Kaunas (05. Kislev 5702). Eltern...
  • Alice Selma Wolff (1890 - 1941)
    Reference: Ancestry Genealogy - SmartCopy : Feb 14 2021, 3:43:29 UTC

This Project is dedicated as a Holocaust Master Project Index to the monstrous consortium of "The Final Solution death machine."

Please add cherished profiles to the relevant concentration camp and ghetto sub-projects and not to this Master Holocaust Projects Directory. If no appropriate project exists, we will help create one. Please contact curators Hatte Blejer, Pam Karp, Malka Mysels or project leader Randy Schoenberg with any questions.

Victims who were murdered in their homes and villages, without being deported to camps or ghettos, may be added to the SS Death Squads - Einsatzgruppen Project or Victims of the Nazi Holocaust.

The Nazis

Between 1933 and 1945, Nazi Germany established about 20,000 concentration camps and ghettos. These camps and ghettos were an essential part of the Nazis' systematic extermination of Jews, as well as the persecution and murder of political adversaries, homosexuals, intellectuals, artists, Poles, Soviet POW's, Romani people (gypsies), Slavs, Serbs, Freemasons, Jehovah's Witnesses, disabled and others considered socially and racially undesirable.

Following the Wannsee Conference in Berlin, January 20, 1942, Extermination Camps and the "Final Solution" became the Nazi regime's major obsession. Consequently, of the 6 million Jews murdered in the Holocaust, more than half were systematically exterminated in Nazi Death Camps between 1942 and 1945. - Camp Maps


Extermination Camps

Killing Fields

Concentration Camps

Transit Camps


Holocaust Projects


List of Inmates & Victims of Auschwitz - See Wikipedia List

Notable Nazi Victims by Camp - See Wikipedia List




Anne Frank

"After a month at Auschwitz, Anne Frank and her sister Margot are transported to Bergen-Belsen concentration camp."

Remember, Never Forget

We mourn them and vow not to forget them. We are heirs to their horror, their heroism, their hopes. -Andre Ungar (adapted)

We mourn for millions of people, brutally destroyed by "civilized people" behaving like savages.

The blood of of the innocent who perished in the gas chambers of Auschwitz, Bergen-Belsen, Buchenwald, Dachau, Treblinka, and Theresienstadt, cries out to humanity. -Morris Silverman (adapted)


Hear El Malle Rachamim Holocaust Prayer