May 31, 2020
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Hitler Appointed to Chancellor
First Concentration Camp
Boycott of Jewish stores
Jews banned from office, university, and state positions
Jewish immigrants excluded from German Citizenship
Hitler Proclaims himself Furher
Nuremberg Laws Enacted
Geermany Defines a Jew
Himmler appointed Chief
Sachsenhausen concentration camp opens
Buchenwald concentration camp opens.
Mandatory registration of all property held by Jews inside the Reich
All Jewish pupils expelled from German schools
Hitler hints at extermination of Jews
Ravensbruck Camp Opens
First Polish ghetto established in Piotrkow.
Warsaw Ghetto sealed: ultimately contained 500,000 people.
German authorities begin rounding up Polish Jews for transfer to Warsaw Ghetto. 10,000 Jews died by starvation in the ghetto between January and June 1941.
Belzec extermination camp opens.
Chelmno (Kulmhof) extermination camp begins operations: 340,000 Jews, 20,000 Poles and Czechs murdered by April 1943.
United States declares war on Japan and Germany.
Wannsee Conference in Berlin: Heydrich outlines plan to murder Europe's Jews.
Extermination by gas begins in Sobibor killing center; by October 1943, 250,000 Jews murdered.
Deportation of Jews from Germany, Greece and Norway to killing centers; Jewish partisan movement organized in forests near Lublin.
German 6th Army surrenders at Stalingrad
Armed revolt in Sobibor extermination camp
Rescue of the Danish Jewry
Nazis begin deporting Hungarian Jews
D-Day: Allied invasion at Normandy.
Group of German officers attempt to assassinate Hitler.
Revolt by inmates at Auschwitz
Last Jews deported from Terezin to Auschwitz.
Evacuation of Auschwitz; beginning of death march
Liberation of Buchenwald.
Liberation of Bergen-Belsen.
Liberation of Sachsenhausen.
Liberation of Flossenburg.
Liberation of Dachau.
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Liberation of Mauthausen.
Germany attacks USSR
Japan surrenders; end of World War II
Germany surrenders; end of Third Reich
Anti-Jewish riots in Romania, hundreds of Jews butchered.b
Dozens thousands of Russian and Jews are murdered by the Einzatzgruppen (extermination squads) in the occupied territories
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