Numbers of Gassed Victims


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Numbers of Gassed Victims


Conclusions of the Anglo-American committee for studying the Nazi genocide inflicted on the Jews of Europe, with exact breakdown, country by country:

Numbers of missing Jews (post-war minus pre-war):

  • Germany 195,000
  • Austria 53,000
  • Czechoslovakia 255,000
  • Denmark 1,500
  • France 140,000
  • Belgium 57,000
  • Luxemburg 3,000
  • Norway 1,000
  • Holland 120,000
  • Italy 20,000
  • Jugoslavia 64,000
  • Greece 64,000
  • Bulgaria 5,000
  • Romania 530,000
  • Hungary 200,000
  • Poland 3,271,000
  • USSR 1,050,000
  • Less dispersed refugees (308,000)
  • Total number of Jews that were exterminated 5,721,500.

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Some estimates are lower, some are higher, but this is the magnitude in question. In a recent article in CMU’s student newspaper, the head of CMU’s History Department, Peter Stearns, is quoted as saying that newly discovered documents – especially in the former USSR – indicate that the number of victims is higher than 6 million.

About 6 million non-Jewish civilians were killed by the Nazis – mostly in Poland and Yugoslavia. Many of them died in labor camps inside Germany.


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Posted on April 28th, by Remember.org Editor in Education and the Holocaust, Holocaust Books.
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