Letter of the Gestapo to the Reich Main Security Office. The letter is about the children of Lidice. The children were taken to a concentration camp. Seven children were classified as capable of being re-germanified, and were taken to a Lebensborn home. In the course of the successful Operation Anthropoid, it came to retaliation against the Czech population. The Czech village Lidice was completely destroyed by the German Wehrmacht on June 10, 1942. The men were shot dead, and the women and children were brought to concentration camps.

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Letter of the Gestapo to the Reich Main Security Office. The letter is about the children of Lidice. The children were taken to a concentration camp. Seven children were classified as capable of being re-germanified, and were taken to a Lebensborn home. In the course of the successful Operation Anthropoid, it came to retaliation against the Czech population. The Czech village Lidice was completely destroyed by the German Wehrmacht on June 10, 1942. The men were shot dead, and the women and children were brought to concentration camps.
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Letter of the Gestapo regarding the children of Lidice, 1942. Letter of the Gestapo to the Reich Main Security Office. The letter is about the children of Lidice. The children were taken to a concentration camp. Seven children were classified as capable of being re-germanified, and were taken to a Lebensborn home. In the course of the successful Operation Anthropoid, it came to retaliation against the Czech population. The Czech village Lidice was completely destroyed by the German Wehrmacht on June 10, 1942. The men were shot dead, and the women and children were brought to concentration camps. Date created: 22/07/1942
Location: Lidice, Central Bohemian Region, Czech Republic