re: #548 Obdicut
He gets it partially right in the historical section. Although he fails to distinguish between the fates of the Soviet and the German (and then Western) Jews. Although there were no plans for wholesale extermination on June 22 (only “adult” males were shot initially), during July-August the policy radicalized to the point of the wholesale genocide of the Soviet Jewry (the crystallization came when EG reports began include “men/women/children” classification of victims). And yet there was no extermination policy for the Western Jews as of yet. The policy was still deportation, with radicalization/probable “Fuehrer’s decision” only around October 1941, and implementation mostly in 1942 onwards.