the Jewish question

   the killing of all Jews
   Mass murder was the answer to the question which the Nazis formulated in those parts of Europe under their control, especially in the later stages of the Second World War:
    Wisliceny had barely returned to Bratislava from Salonika when on 20 September he and three other SD 'specialists in the Jewish question' were transferred to Athens to set up a department for Jewish affairs under Blume. (Mazower, 1993 — the Italians, who had controlled the Athens area until September 1943, had refused to implement anti-Jewish policies there)

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