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  1. aab ('s status on Sunday, 09-Jun-2019 13:05:55 UTC aab aab
    IBM and the Holocaust — why wasn’t this on my radar?

    "[...] In all the Nazi-conquered territories, census operations [by IBM] made the rounding up and extermination of Jews possible. However, they weren’t as successful in France, where an estimated 25% of Jews died. For comparison, an estimated 75% of Jews in Holland died. In France, the census operations were eventually completed by René Carmille. However, Carmille sabotaged the operation, preventing any information about religion from being punched into cards. He also used the census information to mobilize the French Resistance. He was eventually captured and taken to Dachau where he died of exhaustion".

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