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1933- Oct 1941: Germany Policy to force Jews to Migrate

1933 - October 1941

Sept 1935: Nurembourg Laws

September 1935

March 1938: Anschluss of Austria

March 1938

Sept 1938: Annexation of the Sudetenland

September 1938

November 9, 1938: November Pogrom

November 9 1938

1939-1945: 356 total ghettos established

1939 - 1945

356 total ghettos established

March 1939: German Occupation of Czechoslovakia

March 1939

West becomes Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia. East becomes independent Slovakia

Sept. 1, 1939: Invasion of Poland

September 1 1939

June 22, 1941: Operation Barbarossa

June 22, 1941

Fall 1941: Final Solution implemented

July 1941 - September 1941

August 1941: T4 Program shut down

August 1941

August 3, 1941: Bishop Clemens von Galen sermon

August 3 1941

October 1941: Deportations to the East begin

OCtober 1941

December 1941: Jaeger Report written

December 1941

by Karl Jaeger, leader of Einsatzgruppen A

December 1941: Chelmno opens

December 1941

December 7 1941: Pearl Harbor

December 7 1941

January 20, 1942: Wannsee Conference

January 20 1942

Belzec Death Camp

March 1942 - December 1942

Sobibor Death Camp

March 1942 - October 1943

Treblinka Death Camp

July 1942 - October 1943

April 19, 1943: Warsaw ghetto uprising

April 19, 1943 - May 16, 1943

August 2 1943: Treblinka Revolt

August 2 1943

Oct 14, 1943: Sobibor Revolt

October 14 1943

November 1943: Operation Harvest Festival

November 1943

aims to kill all forced labor in the General Government

Death Marches

October 1944 - May 1945