Holocaust

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In History
  • Hitler is appointed Chancellor of Germany

    Hitler is appointed Chancellor of Germany
    Hitler becomes the leader of Germany
  • Period: to

    Beginning to End of The Holocaust

  • SS opens the Dachau concentration camp outside of Munich

    SS opens the Dachau concentration camp outside of Munich
    The first concentration camp is opened
  • Boycott of Jewish-owned shops and businesses in Germany.

    Boycott of Jewish-owned shops and businesses in Germany.
    Hitler boycott's Jewish-owned shops and businesses throughout all of Germany
  • Nuremberg Race Laws.

    Nuremberg Race Laws.
    Hitler takes away the natural rights of all Jews in Germany. Depriving them of basic human rights, and bans intermarriages.
  • Munich Agreement.

    Munich Agreement.
    Agreement for peace
  • Nazi-Soviet Nonaggression Agreement.

    Nazi-Soviet Nonaggression Agreement.
    Nazi's and Soviet's agree against war
  • Germany invades Poland, starting World War II in Europe.

    Germany invades Poland, starting World War II in Europe.
    Germany starts ww2 by invading Poland
  • Einsatzgruppen (mobile killing units) shoot nearly 3,000 Jews at the Seventh Fort, one of the 19th-century fortifications surrounding Kovno.

    Einsatzgruppen (mobile killing units) shoot nearly 3,000 Jews at the Seventh Fort, one of the 19th-century fortifications surrounding Kovno.
    Death of over 3,000 innocent Jews.
  • Einsatzgruppen shoot about 34,000 Jews at Babi Yar, outside Kiev.

    Einsatzgruppen shoot about 34,000 Jews at Babi Yar, outside Kiev.
    Innocent Jews shot to death by mobile shooting vehicles.
  • Einsatzgruppen round up 13,000 Jews from the Minsk ghetto and kill them in nearby Tuchinki (Tuchinka).

    Einsatzgruppen round up 13,000 Jews from the Minsk ghetto and kill them in nearby Tuchinki (Tuchinka).
    Jews from the Minsk ghetto are murdered
  • Einsatzgruppen shoot 10,000 Jews from the Riga ghetto in the Rumbula Forest.

    Einsatzgruppen shoot 10,000 Jews from the Riga ghetto in the Rumbula Forest.
    10,000 more Jews murdered.
  • Germans begin the mass deportation of more than 65,000 Jews from Lodz to the Chelmno killing center.

    Germans begin the mass deportation of more than 65,000 Jews from Lodz to the Chelmno killing center.
    Beginning of mass deportation of Jews to killing center.
  • Germans begin the deportation of more than 65,000 Jews from Drancy, outside Paris, to the east (primarily to Auschwitz).

    Germans begin the deportation of more than 65,000 Jews from Drancy, outside Paris, to the east (primarily to Auschwitz).
    German's begin deporting Jews to Auschwitz.
  • Germans begin mass deportations of about 100,000 Jews from the Netherlands to Auschwitz.

    Germans begin mass deportations of about 100,000 Jews from the Netherlands to Auschwitz.
  • Germans complete the mass deportation of about 265,000 Jews from Warsaw to Treblinka.

    Germans complete the mass deportation of about 265,000 Jews from Warsaw to Treblinka.
  • Warsaw ghetto uprising begins.

    Warsaw ghetto uprising begins.
    The war against Nazi Germany begins.
  • Rescue of Jews in Denmark

    Rescue of Jews in Denmark
    The people of Denmark rescue the Jews from Denmark.
  • Death march of nearly 60,000 prisoners from the Auschwitz camp system in southern Poland.

    Death march of nearly 60,000 prisoners from the Auschwitz camp system in southern Poland.
    Almost 60,000 prisoners from the Auschwitz camp taken on the Death march
  • Death March of almost 50,000 prisoners from the Stutthof camp system in northern Poland

    Death March of almost 50,000 prisoners from the Stutthof camp system in northern Poland
    Death march of almost 50,000
  • Soviet troops liberate the Auschwitz camp complex.

    Soviet troops liberate the Auschwitz camp complex.
    Auschwitz is liberated by Soviet troops.
  • American forces liberate the Dachau concentration camp.

    American forces liberate the Dachau concentration camp.
    Dachau concentration camp is liberated by American forces.
  • Adolf Hitler commits suicide.

    Adolf Hitler commits suicide.
  • Germany surrenders to the western Allies.

    Germany surrenders to the western Allies.
    Two days before the end of Nazi Germany.
  • Germany surrenders to the Soviets.

    Germany surrenders to the Soviets.
    The end of Nazi Germany!