Einsatzgruppen

German extermination squads of World War II. Einsatzgruppen were established as four special SS formations which followed up the invasion of the USSR 1941, charged with the extermination of Jews,...
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Einsatzgruppen

(from the article `Himmler, Heinrich`) ...the Soviet Union in June 1941, Himmler was entrusted with the administration of the conquered territory with the goal of eliminating the Soviet ... ...on September 1, 1939. Soon afterward Heydrich and Adolf Eichmann began organizing the first deportations of Jews from Germany and Austria to ... ...
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Einsatzgruppen

mission groups, or "task forces". Einsatzgruppen were battalion-sized, mobile killing units made up of SiPo, SD or SS Special Action Groups under the command of the RSHA. They followed the Wehrmacht into occupied territories of Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union. These units were supported by units of the uniformed German Order Police (Orpo) and a
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Einsatzgruppen

Special-operation units that were death squads under the command of the RSHA and followed the Wehrmacht on the Eastern Front to engage in the systematic killing of mostly civilians, including: Jews, communists, intellectuals, and others.
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