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Roseman describes the meeting that took place on the shore of Berlin's suburban lake, Wannsee, in January 1942 and brought together all the principle Nazi agencies. It was here that they pooled expertise and created a plan that would put the Final Solution on a rational and industrial footing.
This text presents an authoritative account of the terrible Wannsee conference of January 1942. Chaired by Reinhard Heydrich, the conference created the plan that would let Europe "be combed through from west to east" for Jews, and put the Final Solution on a rational and industrial footing.