The Wannsee Conference formalised the Nazis’ policy of the extermination of Jews in occupied Europe. On 20 January 1942, leading Nazi officials met at the Wannsee Conference Villa in Wannsee, a southwestern suburb of Berlin. The conference had been called to discuss and coordinate a cheaper, more efficient, and permanent solution to the Nazis’ "Jewish problem". The conference was attended by senior government and SS officials, and coordinated by Reinhard Heydrich.
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Organized by the Association of Jewish Refugees