II Mass executions in the Soviet Union
B. The murders by the commandos
1. Pogroms organised by the commandos
2. Executions by Einsatzgruppen and police battalions in the first weeks of the war (Shooting of Jewish men)
3. Expansion of the shooting to the entire Jewish civilian population.
III. Regional mass murder of the Jews in 1941/42 outside of the Soviet Union
A. The Beginning of the Deportations
B. The Transfer of Technology for Killing by Means of Gas to Eastern Europe
C. Regional Killing and Planning, Autumn 1941
1. The Mass murders in the Warthegau
2. Preparations for the Regional Mass murder in the Generalgouvernement and in the District of Lublin
3. The Mass murders in Serbia
D. Pronouncements by Leading National Socialists on the Exterminations
E. The Wannsee Conference
F. Extension of the Deportations
G. Mass murder in the Districts of Lublin and Galicia
IV. The Escalation of operations in Early 1942
V. The machinery of mass murder in full operation (1942-1944)
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