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Hankins, (How Many Jews Were Eliminated by the Nazis? Poland was recorded before its division, including Jews in parts of Ukraine and Belarus, then belonging to Poland; according to the AJC a total of 3,113,900 Jews. Between 19 the number of Jews in Poland reduced with 480,900 (15.4%) due to Jewish emigration and high excess mortality, to 2,633,000. Of these, 1,026,000 were in Soviet-occupied Poland, so theoretically 1,607,000 remained under German government. Hundreds of thousands fled to Soviet territory right away (among them the late Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin), while the Germans also expelled large groups of Jews over the border.
This makes 9 million Jews in Europe in 1939 a fair assumption. Sanning shows that late 1939 in the German annexed part of Poland, the factual number of Jews under German occupation were not 3,113,900, as Holocaust resources usually mention, but 2,356,900 less (! This 2.3 million lower number can be derived out of the following facts: 1.
The 'standardwork' by Wolfgang Benz, director of the German Office for Combating Anti-Semitism, whose numbers of Jewish victims one can be sure of not to be antisemitic, is not surprisingly 5.2 to 6 million murdered Jews.
Historian Yehuda Bauer of the Yad Vashem memorial in Israel too spoke of nine million Jews in Europe (A History of the Holocaust, New York: Franklin Watts, 1982, ISBN 0-531-098621).
This also included Jews in the European part of Russia (3,020,143) and Ukraine.
The telephone, the note pad, the flowers, the glimpse of a fringed lampshade in the mirror all suggest a rather dull, comfortable, middle-class sensibility.
Six million murdered Jews in a "Holocaust" is a Talmudic topic, a Jewish religious metaphor for disaster, distributed for centuries, without any concrete base. West German, Zionist, American and Polish sources leave no doubt that after the German occupation, only 757,000 Jews came under German administration (Sanning, p. In Germany 1939 were in 240,000 Jews, in Austria 191,408, in Czechoslovakia 356,830 and in Danzig 10,448.