..Another very important point is the decision of
the Fuehrer, which he made at my request, that there will be no more
transports of Jews into the area of the Generalgouvernement. As a general
political observation I would like to state that it is planned to transport
the whole pack of Jews ( Judensippschaft ) from the German Reich, the
Generalgouvernement and the Protectorate, in the shortest conceivable
time after peace has been made, to an African or American Colony. Madagascar is being considered, to be ceded by France for this purpose. There will
be ample room here for a few million Jews on an area of 500,000 sq.
kms. I have tried to let the Jews in the Generalgouvernement also share
in this advantage, of building up a new life on new land. This has been
accepted so that there should be a tremendous easing within sight...
Source: Eksterminacja Zydow na ziemiach poliskich
w okresie okupacji hitlerowskiej - zbior dokumentow ("Extermination
of Jews in the Polish Territories During the Period of the Nazi Occupation
- Collections of Documents"), T. Berenstein, A. Eisenbach, A. Rutkowski,
eds., Warsaw, 1957, pp. 51-52.