The conference minutes, written by Adolf Eichmann, a conference participant, noted that: "Due to the war, the emigration plan [for Jews to leave Europe for other lands and nations] has been replaced with deportation of the Jews to the East, in accordance with the Fuhrer's will."
The Nazis often employed euphemistic phrases to conceal the true sinister meaning of their policies. "Deportation… to the East" meant sending Jews---men, women, and children--- in locked overcrowded filthy railroad boxcars to German death camps located inside occupied Poland.
The object of the conference, convened and led by Reinhard Heydrich, chief of the dreaded SS Security Service, was "to make all the necessary preparations for the Final Solution of the Jewish Question in the German sphere of influence in Europe." "Final Solution" was repeatedly used at Wannsee to describe the mass murder of millions in order to solve the alleged "Jewish Question."