July 31, 2020
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The Romans conquered Jerusalem.
The Jerusalem temple got destoryed
Jerusalem was attacked by romans again
Christanty became an offical religion of the roman empitre
In Europe Jews was forced to live in the ghettos and forced to wear badges . In other places they were driven away entirely.
There was basically no way to save the Jews in Spain because conversion was enough to save them.
the Jews loosened across the Europe due to the restrictions.
Race scientist began to count Jewish as a race.
Antisemitism became common across the europe
World War 1 began.
World War 1 ended but with millions of deaths .
The allied countries negotiated the peace and treaty at the palace of Versailles in france
The league of nations asked U.S banker and director of the budget.
A world wide depression hit.
in Parliament the Nazi party became the largest political party.
The Nazi party takes power in Germany. Adolf Hitler becomes chancellor,or prime minister of Germany.- Nazis ‘temporarily’ suspend civil liberties
A young man named Klaus brings in his idea of schooling.
Jews not allowed national health insurance.
Nazis ban Jews from serving in the military.
The German Gestapo is placed above the law.
Jews are banned from many professional occupations including teaching Germans, and from being accountants or dentists. They are also denied tax reductions and child allowances.
Nazis arrest 17,000 Jews of Polish nationality living in Germany, then expel them back to Poland which refuses them entry,
The Warsaw Ghetto was sealed off. There were around 400,000 Jewish people inside
The first ‘Death Camp’ was opened at Chelmno.
Germans were told not to buy from Jewish shops or businesses
Homeless, alcoholic and unemployed people were sent to concentration camps
Jews are no longer allowed to be German citizens.
Jews in Austria were persecuted and victimised.
100 Jews were murdered, 20,000 German and Austrian Jews were arrested and sent to camps
Jewish children were not allowed to attend non-Jewish German schools
Roman Empire begins
The Nero set fire and blame the Christians for the fire.
Colosseum was built
Flossenburg concentration camp opens.
Enabling Act is passed in German parliament, giving Hitler dictatorial power. The Nazi party is later declared the only legal party in Germany. The first concentration camp is established at Dachau.
Public burning of Jewish and anti-Nazi books throughout Germany.
The Night of Long Knives occurs as Hitler
Hitler committed suicide
Many remaining camps were closed and evidence of their existence destroyed.
The gas chambers at Auschwitz were used for the last time
440,000 Hungarian Jews were transported to Auschwitz
With the Russians advancing from the East, many ‘Death Camps’ were closed
Jews resistance being rounded up and kill some of the troops wit h the weapons sniked into the ghetto
Gypsies were sent to camps
Mass-gassing of Jews began at Auschwitz-Birkenau
Jews in German occupied countries were persecuted by the Nazis and many were sent to concentration camps.
Jews in Poland were forced to sew a yellow star onto their clothes so that they could be easily identified.
Jews living in Austria and Czechoslovakia were sent to Poland
Jews expelled from school
Jewish passports stamped with
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