Dutch beginner wrote:An important source is the Korherr report and a piece of tekst in the diary from Goebels. The text is vague, and it is only circumstantial evidence. But I was impressed anywhay.
I guess that you've read a few quotes from Goebbels' diaries. You'd better read ALL of what Goebbels wrote about Jews in his diaries. Thomas Dalton has gathered all Goebbels' diary quotes about Jews.
You can see it here: http://codoh.com/library/series/3110/
Reading the whole thing clearly shows that Goebbels wasn't talking about any mass murder of Europe's jews in his diaries, even if some of his words look impressive and incriminating. Goebbels was a rabid antisemite and his words were often harsh when he talked about Jews. Nothing new. He would probably have mass murdered Europe's Jews if he had been the Third Reich's supreme leader. But he was not. He was "only" the Minister of Propaganda and the Gauleiter of Berlin. His job was the production of educational material and the administration of Berlin. His only connection with the solution of the Jewish problem was the production of antisemitic material for the German movie theaters, radio stations and newspapers, as well as the expelling of Berlin's Jews, not the administration of alleged "death factories" in Eastern Europe.