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and the General Government cannot be checked. The figures represent results calculated from the origin Jewish population, the final population and the evacuations.

Between Jan. 1, 1943 and Mar.3, 1943 13 015 Jews were evacuated from the Reich including Bohemia and Moravia, the new Eastern Territories and the district of Bialystok to the East and 8 025 Jews were moved to the Ghetto for the Aged in Theresienstadt. The Jewish population of Germany, particularly in the Eastern Territories was significantly reduced once again by this.
 

Mixed Marriages The Jewish population of the Reich in the boundaries of 1939 includes a significant proportion of Jews in mixed marriages:
 
  Jewish Population
as of Dec. 31,1942
Mixed Marriages Rest
Altreich 51 327 16 760 34 567
Ostmark 8 102 4 803 3 229
Bohemia and Moravia 15 550 6 211 9 339
       
Total 74 979 27 774 47 205
 
The Jewish population of the Altreich has continued to decrease from 51 327 on Dec.31, 942 to 31 910 on Apr.1, 1943. Of these 31 910 Jews more than half, namely 16 668 are living in mixed marriages, 12 117 of them in privileged marriages and 4 551 in not privileged marriages. These figures also include a number of Jews who are untraceable, as always happens in any registration of inhabitants. The Jewish population in the old Reich (without the Eastern Territories) is approaching its end.

Deployment of Labor. Of the Jews living in Reich territory at the beginning of 1943
21 659 were working in areas important for the war effort.
In addition to this 18 435 Jews from Soviet Russia were involved in the war effort in the inspectorate of Konigsberg, 50 570 stateless and foreign Jews were working in the camp at Schmelt (Breslau) and 95 112 formerly Polish Jews were working in ghettos and camps in the inspectorate of Posen.

Concentration Camps. There were a total of 9 127 Jews in concentration camps and 458 in penal institutions on Dec.31, 1942 as follows:
 
      Mauthausen/Gusen 79
Lublin 7 342   Sachsenhausen 46
Auschwitz 1 412   Stutthof 18
Buchenwald 227   Ravensbrück 3
 
Ghetto for the Aged In the only Ghetto for the Aged in Theresienstadt there were a total of 49 392 Jews in the beginning of 1943. This figure represents a compilation of other figures.
     
   

 
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