Hitler's Holocaust

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Hitler's Holocaust: Decision
Decision
Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  The History Channel  |  January 20, 2016

Follows the events of 1942. Hitler proclaims the mass murdering a 'deed performed for humanity'. Following Pearl Harbor, he declares war on America. Now, he can turn his attention to all of European Jewry. Hans Frank, the German Governor of occupied Poland complains to his staff, "Surely we can't shoot three and a half million, we can't poison them". His complaints are soon answered. Somewhere in the remote hinterland, places with names hitherto unknown: Belzec, Sobibor, Maidanek, Chelmo, Treblinka - 'exhaust fume experts' are hard at work.

Follows the events of 1942. Hitler proclaims the mass murdering a 'deed performed for humanity'. Following Pearl Harbor, he declares war on America. Now, he can turn his attention to all of European Jewry. Hans Frank, the German Governor of occupied Poland complains to his staff, "Surely we can't shoot three and a half million, we can't poison them". His complaints are soon answered. Somewhere in the remote hinterland, places with names hitherto unknown: Belzec, Sobibor, Maidanek, Chelmo, Treblinka - 'exhaust fume experts' are hard at work.

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