Final solution: UQ Associate Professor Andrew Bonnell discusses the history of the term "final solution"

17 Aug 2018

Its first significant use was in July 1941, roughly two years into World War II

Andrew Bonnell, Associate Professor in History at the University of Queensland, says that's when Hitler's lieutenant Hermann Goering wrote to another high-ranking Nazi, Heinrich Himmler's deputy Reinhard Heydrich, and commissioned him with carrying out what the Nazis called "the final solution of the Jewish question".

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