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Walter Gross was head of the Racial Policy Office

Walter Gross or Walter Gross (October 21, 1904 - April 25, 1945) was the head of the Racial Policy Office of the NSDAP.

Gross was an anti-Semite and called for the extermination of the Jews and believed in the Final Solution that was so central to the Nazi Party. He wrote several books on the subject of the "Jewish Question". In 1933 Gross was appointed to create the National Socialist Office for Enlightenment on Population Policy and Racial Welfare, which was designed to educate the public and build support for the Nazi sterilization program and other "ethnic improvement" schemes through the 1930s.

Gross burned his files and committed suicide at the closing of the WW II, thereby erased significant evidence "that would have incriminated the more than 3,000 members of his national network of racial educators."

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