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Sunday, 6 January 2013

The plant that was to kill off all non-Germans




The Dieffenbachia seguine, the plant with which the Nazis planned to kill off all non-Germans in Eastern Europe.



Binghampton Press (NY), May 25, 1945, p.1


A "Karl Taubak" is mentioned in the 1931 edition of Jahrbücher für wissenschaftliche Botanik.


1 comment:

  1. I do like these little weird Nazi stories. The odd thing is that nearly 70 years later the English press is still so obsessed by Nazi stories. The front page of today's " Star" ( owner Mr Desmond) has a story of Nazi death camps whereas yesterdays Mail had how Hitler planned " star wars" against New York.

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