July 31, 2020
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Danielle S. Holocaust timeline
⟶ Updated 22 Oct 2018 ⟶
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The first concentration camp was opened in Dachau, Germany.
Hitler is elected as chancellor of Germany
Homeless, alcoholics, and unemployed people were sent to concentration camps.
The Nuremberg Laws were put in place.
Kristallnacht- 100 jews were murdered, 20,000 Jews and Austrians were sent to concentration camps and synagogues were burned down
The first "Death Camp" opened at Chelmno
Nazis made the remaining Jews walk "Death Marches", Nazis would shoot and kill the Jews who trailed behind
Adolf Hitler commits suicide.
Germany surrenders during World War II.
The Nuremberg Trials began and prosecuted the remaining Nazi leaders.
"Death Camps" were closed. (No exact date, late 1943"
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