(BBC News) A book once owned by Adolf Hitler provides a chilling look at what may have been his interest in extending the "Final Solution" to North America.
The book was written by a Nazi researcher who spent time in the US before the outbreak of World War Two.
It has been acquired by the Library and Archives of Canada, and was once owned by a Holocaust survivor.
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The Final Solution was a code name for the Nazi's goal of committing genocide against the Jewish people.
The Nazis killed about 6 million Jews during the Holocaust, mostly from Europe.