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Czechoslovaks (27, p;, 23). That means that the passage. from the category of "emigrant" to that of "evacuee" had taken place, and this underscores the relativity of the position of "emigrant" for a Jew in Europe during the Nazi era. In general, the following citation from the Korherr Report well summarizes the finally limited and short lived role that was played by emigration in the program of the "final solution": "From before the war, the Old Reich and Austria had gotten rid of more than half of their Jews especially by way of emigration, whereas in the East a rapid decrease f the Jewish masses, dangerous because of their fecundity, began only after the outbreak of the war and above all since the measure of evacuation of 1942."

Finally, the last category recorded by Korherr is that of the Jews still at liberty on December 31, 1942:
 
A recapitulation of the effectives of the different categories explored by Korherr until December 31, 1942 yields the table below:
Looking at this table one sees that at the date of 12-31-42 alone, in the total of all of the categories united, the "evacuees" represent more than half (52.9%). One remarks that they are counted neither among the dead by natural death, which, nevertheless, includes the    
   

 
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