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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 The Holocaust time line 1933 Nazis pass a Law against Habitual and Dangerous Criminals, which allows beggars, the homeless, alcoholics and the unemployed to be sent to concentration camps. 1934 1934 Jews are banned from the German Labor Front.Jews not allowed national health insurance. 1935 Nazis ban Jews from serving in the military. 1936 SS Deathshead division is established to guard concentration camps. 1937 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. 1938 Nazi troops enter Austria, which has a population of 200,000 Jews, mainly living in Vienna. 1939 Nazis force Jews to hand over all gold and silver items. Jews lose rights as tenants and are relocated into Jewish houses. Nazis choose the town of Oswiecim (Auschwitz) in Poland near Krakow as the site of a new concentration camp.The Warsaw Ghetto, containing over 400,000 Jews, is sealed off. 1940 1941 Jews in Romania forced into Transnistria. By December, 70,000 perish.The Hungarian Army rounds up 18,000 Jews at Kamenets-Podolsk. 1942 Mass killings of Jews using Zyklon-B begin at Auschwitz-Birkenau in Bunker I (the red farmhouse) in Birkenau with the bodies being buried in mass graves in a nearby meadow. 1943 First resistance by Jews in the Warsaw Ghetto.Nazis order all Gypsies arrested and sent to extermination camps.In New York, American Jews hold a mass rally at Madison Square Garden to pressure the U.S. government into helping the Jews of Europe. 1944 Russian troops reach former Polish border.First transports of Jews from Athens to Auschwitz, totaling 5,200 persons.Auschwitz-Birkenau records its highest-ever daily number of persons gassed and burned at just over 9,000. Six huge pits are used to burn bodies, as the number exceeds the capacity of the crematories. 1945 As Allied troops advance, the Nazis conduct death marches of concentration camp inmates away from outlying areas.By this time, an estimated 2,000,000 persons, including 1,500,000 Jews, have been murdered there.SS-ReichsfΓΌhrer Himmler commits suicide while in British custody.
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