Speech by German Reichsfuhrer SS to German Press,Weimar, Germany, 4/12/1943
REEL 1: Crime and punishment; justification of judicial system; use of concentration camps and sterilisation; crime solution rate; POW escapes; role of town and country police; control of looting; aims as Minister for the Interior.
REEL 2 Conitnues: Importance of sufficient career opportunities in administration; penalties for defeatism; effect of Mussolini's arrest on German morale; necessity for publicising death penalties; nature of Russian enemy.
REEL 3 Continues: Limited application of force when dealing with German people; Hitler as historical personage. Unidentified: closing remarks.
After the Nazis occupied Poland in 1939, they began segregating Jews in ghettos, usually in the most run-down area of a city. By mid-1941, nearly all Jews in occupied Poland had been forced into these overcrowded districts.
When The Holocaust Exhibition opened in June 2000 one reviewer wrote: ‘tireless searching for artefacts, relics and film has given us something which takes at least two hours to examine properly and will, I suspect, stay in the memory forever’.