Nazi Foreign Minister von Ribbentrop Talks With French Who Want to Solve Their Jewish Problem

Nazi Foreign Minister von Ribbentrop Talks With French Who Want to Solve Their Jewish Problem

Nazi Foreign Minister Joachim von Ribbentrop

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Nazi Foreign Minister Joachim von Ribbentrop has a conversation with his French counterpart Georges Bonnet in which he learns that France is privately interested in solving its own "Jewish Problem."

Ribbentrop reports:

"First they don't want to take in any more Jews from Germany and ask if we could take measures to ensure that they don't travel to France; second, they need to somehow get rid of 10,000 Jews of their own.

Madagascar comes to mind here. I informed Bonnet that we would all like to get rid of our Jews, but the problem lies in the fact that there aren't any countries anywhere willing to take them in and, furthermore, there is a lack of financing for this."

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