The following statistic stems from Wolfgang Scheffler und Diana Schulle, Book of Remembrance. The German, Austrian and Czecho-Slovakian Jews deported to the Baltic States, Munich: De Gruyter, 2003:
09.01.1942 Theresienstadt 1005 12.01.1942
11.01.1942 Wien 1000 15.01.1942
13.01.1942 Berlin 1034 16.01.1942
15.01.1942 Theresienstadt 997 19.01.1942
19.01.1942 Berlin 1002 23.01.1942
21.01.1942 Leipzig – Dresden 773 24.01.1942
25.01.1942 Berlin 1044 30.01.1942
26.01.1942 Wien 1201 31.01.1942
27.01.1942 Gelsenkirchen – Dortmund 938 01.02.1942
06.02.1942 Wien 1003 10.02.1942
15.08.1942 Berlin 938 18.08.1942
20.08.1942 Theresienstadt 1000 Nicht bekannt
31.08.1942 Berlin – Insterburg 797 03.09.1942
19.10.1942 Berlin 959 22.10.1942
26.10.1942 Berlin 798 29.10.1942
In total 24612
This is clear evidence these people bypassed Treblinka and Sobibor to arrive in Belarus known as Generalbezirk Weißruthenien, how they got there is unknown; what is a fact is that crossing the border of the General Government they had to be processed by customs; the customs in Malkinia had been relocated to Bialystok while Wlodawa ZGs near Sobibor was still functional being on the border.
The Belarus Digest has more to say on Reich deportations (evacuations, evictions) from the Reich.
Historians estimate that over 800,000 Jewish people died in Belarus during WWII, among them about 90,000 European Jews deported from Austria, Germany, the Netherlands, Hungary, France and Poland. In contrast, today only about 30,000 Jews call Belarus.
Belarus currently has a population of 10 million with 30 thousand juden. (0.3% population). It is claimed in the report that:
At least a third of the population of nearly all Belarusian cities used to be Jewish.
According to the demographics of Belarus the country suffered a dramatic decline during World War II, dropping from more than 9 million in 1940 to 7.7 million in 1951; this is a loss 1.9 million (1.1 million goy, 0.8 million juden) if the numbers are to be believed. A third of 9 million is 3 million which means that 2.2 million juden survived.
The census of 1926 and 1939 tell a different story. Demographics of Belarus
Not only are the number of juden exaggerated to have lived in Belarus but so is the overall population claimed to have
been more than 9 million in 1940 to 7.7 million in 1951. This discrepancy from 9 million from the reality of 5,568,994 is a wopping 3.43 million.
Here is the real population of Belarus as a function of time:
Population pre war: 5,568,994
juden 375,092 6.7%
The claim above by BelarusDigest: Historians estimate that over 800,000 Jewish people died in Belarus during WWII, among them about 90,000 European Jews deported from Austria, Germany, the Netherlands, Hungary, France and Poland. must be flawed; this is 424,908 more juden than what there was in the country in 1939.
From this flawed data there is no reason why 424, 908 juden could not be part of Korherr's 1,449,692 evacuees to the Russian East. This is just Belarus, there are plenty of other territories to send the other 1,024,784 chosen ones to.