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do you know how many people died in Czechoslovakia and Belorussia during WW2?

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  1. Spartanroller

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    do you know how many people died in Czechoslovakia during WW2? I said: well, I don’t know. And she said: some 300,000. Do you know how many people died here? No, I don’t. 4,000,000. And there were 10,000,000 Czechs and 10,000,000 Belorussions

    Interview with Jáchym Topol Part 1/2 | Colophon
     
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    source axis forum..
    Victims of the German 'Final Solution of the European Jewish Question'

    Germany 150,000
    Austria 48,767
    Luxemburg 720
    Netherlands 100,000
    Belgium 23,484
    France 76,134
    Denmark 116
    Norway 758
    Finland 8 German refugees handed over
    Italy 6,513
    Albania 591
    Greece 59,185
    Yugoslavia: 65,000
    Hungary 410,000+ (1940 borders)
    Czech Republic 77,297(1940 borders)
    Slovakia 66,000 (1940 borders)
    Romania 120,919 (1940 borders)
    Estonia 1,000
    Latvia 77,000
    Lithuania 140,000 (1939 borders)
    USSR 1,050,000 (1939 borders
    - Belorussian SSR 250,000 (1939 borders)
    - Ukrainian SSR 656,000 (1939 borders)
    - Russian SFSR 144,000
    Poland 2,890,000 (1939 borders)
    - western Poland 1,600,000 (German occupation from 1939)
    - eastern Poland 1,210,000
    - Wilno district 80,000
    Total 5,364,492 as a minimum
     
  3. Spartanroller

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    good set of numbers.
    This woman in the interview is making the point that it wasn't just Jews by any stretch.
     

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