Generplan Ost (Master Plan East) was the plan commissioned by Himmler which outlined the German plan for colonization of Eastern Europe. It included ethnic cleansing and was based upon the policy of Lebensraum. (~1941)
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Atlantropa While Adolf Hitler dreamed of conquering vast new "living space" for the German people in eastern Europe (see Generalplan Ost above), architect Herman Sörgel had a vision of opening up new space in the Mediterannean basin.
Zamość, Poland, In 1942, Zamość County, due to its fertile black soil, was chosen for further German colonization in the General Government as part of Generalplan Ost, with the planned name of Himmlerstadt, after Heinrich Himmler. Local people resisted the German occupiers with great determination; they escaped into forests, organised self-defence, helped people who were expelled, and bribed kidnapped children out of German hands (see Zamość Uprising).
Else Hirsch (29 July 1889 – 1942 or 1943) was a Jewish teacher in Bochum, Germany and a member of the German Resistance against the Third Reich. She organized transports of Jewish children to the Netherlands and England, saving them from Nazi deportation to concentration camps and death. Hirsch was killed in the Riga Ghetto.
The "Greater Germanic Reich" was to be realised with the policies of Lebensraum, and the boundaries were to derive from the plans of the Generalplan Ost, the state administration, and the Schutzstaffel (SS), to include the Ural Mountains.
Czech names erased by Sudeten Germans after German occupation of Czechoslovakia in 1938-Generalplan Ost assumed that around 50% of Czechs would be fit for Germanization. The Czech intellectual élites were to be removed not only from Czech territories but from Europe completely. The authors of Generalplan Ost believed it would be best if they emigrated overseas, as even in Siberia they were considered a threat to German rule. Just like Jews, Poles, etc., Czechs were untermenschen