"The Final Solution, as the Nazis called it, was originally only one of the exterminatory projects to be implemented after a victorious war against the Soviet Union. Had things gone the way that Hitler, Himmler, and Göring expected, German forces would have implemented a Hunger Plan in the Soviet Union in the
winter of 1941–1942. As Ukrainian and south Russian agricultural products were
diverted to Germany, some 30 million people in Belarus, northern Russia, and Soviet cities were to be starved to death. The Hunger Plan was only a prelude to
Generalplan Ost, the colonization plan for the western Soviet Union, which
foresaw the elimination of some 50 million people. (…)
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