Holocaust

1933-1945

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On March 22nd the first concentration camp was opened in Dachau
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1933

April 1st began the boycott of the Jewish businesses
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1933

April 7th the law was made to ban Jews from civil service, university, and state positions
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1933

May 10th the public burning of books written by Jews, and other things not state approved
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1933

July 14th a law excluded East European Jewish immigrants from becoming citizens
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1945

January 17 evacuation of Auschwitz; beginning of death march
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1945

April 30 Hitler commits suicide
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1945

May 8 V-E Day, Germany surrenders, and the end of Third Reich
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1945

August 15 V-J Day: Victory over Japan proclaimed
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1945

September 2nd World War Two ended
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