holocaust………….all and any info that you have would be great?

Question by jen m: holocaust………….all and any info that you have would be great?
im writing a report 4 english class i need all and any information on the holocaust…….no nonsenses……please thanx

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  1. 1933

    * January 30: Adolf Hitler appointed Chancellor of Germany by President Von Hindenburg.
    * March 22: The first official Nazi concentration camp opens in Dachau, a small village located near Munich (note: some “wild camps” already existed before 1933: Papenburg, Esterwegen, Börgermoor etc…). The first commandant of Dachau is Theodor Eicke.
    * April 1: Boycott of Jewish shops and businesses.
    * April 7: Laws for Reestablishment of the Civil Service barred Jews from holding civil service, university, and state positions
    * April 26: The Gestapo (“Geheime Stat Polizei” – Secret State Police) is established by Herman Goering, minister of Prussia.
    * May 10: Public burnings of books written by Jews, political dissidents, and others not approved by the state.
    * July 14: Law excluding East European Jewish immigrants of German citizenship.

    1934

    * August 2: Hitler proclaims himself Führer und Reichskanzler (Leader and Reich Chancellor). Armed forces must now swear allegiance to him.

    1935

    * May 31: Jews barred from serving in the German armed forces
    * September 15: “Nuremberg Laws”: first anti-Jewish racial laws enacted; Jews no longer considered German citizens; Jews could not marry Aryans; nor could they fly the German flag.
    * November 15: Germany defines a “Jew”: anyone with three Jewish grandparents; someone with two Jewish grandparents who identifies as a Jew.

    1936

    * March 3: Jewish doctors barred from practicing medicine in German institutions.
    * March 7: Germans march into the Rhineland, previously demilitarized by the Versailles Treaty.
    * June 17: Reichführer SS Himmler (chief of the SS units) appointed the Chief of German Police.
    * July 12: Sachsenhausen concentration camp opens.
    * October 25: Hitler and Mussolini form Rome-Berlin Axis.

    1937

    * July 15: Buchenwald concentration camp opens.

    1938

    * March 13: Anschluss (incorporation of Austria): all antisemitic decrees immediately applied in Austria
    * April 26: Mandatory registration of all property held by Jews inside the Reich
    * May: Flossenburg concentration camp opens.
    * July 6: Evian Conference held in Evian, France on the problem of Jewish refugees
    * August 1: Adolf Eichmann establishes the Office of Jewish Emigration in Vienna to increase the pace of forced emigration.
    * August 3: Italy enacts sweeping antisemitic laws
    * August 8: Mauthausen concentration camp opens in Austria
    * September 30: Munich Conference: Great Britain and France agree to German occupation of the Sudetenland, previously western Czechoslovakia.
    * October 5: Following request by Swiss authorities, Germans mark all Jewish passports with a large letter “J” to restrict Jews from immigrating to Switzerland.
    * October 28: 17,000 Polish Jews living in Germany expelled; Poles refused to admit them; 8,000 are stranded in the frontier village of Zbaszyn.
    * November 7: Assassination in Paris of German diplomat Ernst vom Rath by Herschel Grynszpan.
    * November 9-10: Kristallnacht (Night of Broken Glass): anti-Jewish pogrom in Germany, Austria, and the Sudetenland; 200 synagogues destroyed; 7,500 Jewish shops looted; 30,000 male Jews sent to concentration camps (Dachau, Buchenwald, Sachsenhausen).
    * November 12: Decree forcing all Jews to transfer retail businesses to Aryan hands
    * November 15: All Jewish pupils expelled from German schools
    * December 12: One billion mark fine levied against German Jews for the destruction of property during Kristallnacht

    1939

    * January 30: Hitler in Reichstag speech: if war erupts it will mean the Vernichtung (extermination) of European Jews
    * March 15: Germans occupy Czechoslovakia.
    * May 18: Ravensbruck concentration camp opens.
    * August 23: Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact signed: non-aggression pact between Soviet Union and Germany.
    * September 1: Beginning of World War II: Germany invades Poland. In the following weeks, 16.336 civilians are murdered by the Nazies in 714 localities. At least 5,000 victims were Jews.
    * September 21: Heydrich issues directives to establish ghettos in German-occupied Poland.
    * October 12: Germany begins deportation of Austrian and Czech Jews to Poland.
    * October 28: First Polish ghetto established in Piotrkow.
    * November 23: Jews in German-occupied Poland forced to wear an arm band or yellow star.

    1940

    * April 9: Germans occupy Denmark and southern Norway.
    * May 7: Lodz Ghetto (Litzmannstadt) sealed: 165,000 people in 1.6 square miles.
    * May 10: Germany invades the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, and France.
    * May 20: Concentration camp established at Auschwitz.
    * June 4: Neuengamme concentration camp opens.
    * June 22: France surrenders.
    * August 8: Battle of Britain begins.
    * September 20: Breendonck concentration camp opens in Belgium.
    * September 27: Rome-Berlin-Tokyo Axis.
    * November 16: Warsaw Ghetto sealed: ultimately contained 500,000 people.

    1941

    * January 21-26: Anti-Jewish riots in Romania, hundreds of Jews butchered.
    * February 1: German authorities begin rounding up Polish Jews for transfer to Warsaw Ghetto. 10,000 Jews died by starvation in the ghetto between January and June 1941.
    * March: Adolf Eichmann appointed head of the department for Jewish affairs of the Reich Security Main Office, Section IV B 4 .
    * April 6: Germany attacks Yugoslavia and Greece; occupation follows.
    * April 21: Natzweiler-Struthof concentration camp opens in France.
    * June 22: Germany invades the Soviet Union.
    * July 31: Heydrich appointed by Göring to implement the “Final Solution”.
    * July – August: Dozens thousands of Russian and Jews are murdered by the Einzatzgruppen (extermination squads) in the occupied territories. Here are some examples:
    o 5,200 Jews murdered in Byalistok
    o 2,000 Jews murdered in Minsk
    o 5,000 Jews murdered in Vilna
    o 5,000 Jews murdered in Brest-Litovsk
    o 5,000 Jews murdered in Tarnopol
    o 3,500 Jews murdered in Zloczow
    o 11,000 Jews murdered in Pinsk
    o 14,000 Jews murdered in Kamenets Podolsk
    o 12,287 Jews murdered in Kishinev

    Hundreds of other massacres are perpetrated by the Nazies in Russia, i.e. 148,000 Jews are murdered in Bessarabia between July and October 1941.
    * Fall: Belzec extermination camp opens.
    * September 28-29: 34,000 Jews massacred at Babi Yar outside Kiev.
    * October: Establishment of Auschwitz II (Birkenau) for the extermination of Jews; Gypsies, Poles, Russians, and others were also murdered at the camp.
    * December 7: Japanese attack Pearl Harbor.
    * December 8: Chelmno (Kulmhof) extermination camp begins operations: 340,000 Jews, 20,000 Poles and Czechs murdered by April 1943.
    * December 11: United States declares war on Japan and Germany.

    1942

    * January 20: Wannsee Conference in Berlin: Heydrich outlines plan to murder Europe’s Jews.
    * March 17: Extermination begins in Belzec; by end of 1942 600,000 Jews murdered.
    * May: Extermination by gas begins in Sobibor killing center; by October 1943, 250,000 Jews murdered.
    * June: Jewish partisan units established in the forests of Byelorussia and the Baltic States.
    * July 22: Germans establish Treblinka concentration camp Summer Deportation of Jews to killing centers from Belgium, Croatia, France, the Netherlands, and Poland; armed resistance by Jews in ghettos of Kletzk, Kremenets, Lachva, Mir, and Tuchin.
    * Winter: Deportation of Jews from Germany, Greece and Norway to killing centers; Jewish partisan movement organized in forests near Lublin.

    1943

    * January: German 6th Army surrenders at Stalingrad
    * March: Liquidation of Krakow ghetto
    * April: Previously POW camp Bergen-Belsen is under SS control.
    * April 19: Warsaw Ghetto revolt begins as Germans attempt to liquidate 70,000 inhabitants; Jewish underground fights Nazis until early June
    * June: Himmler orders the liquidation of all ghettos in Poland and the Soviet Union
    * Summer: Armed resistance by Jews in Bedzin, Bialystok, Czestochowa, Lvov, and Tarnow ghettos
    * Fall: Liquidation of large ghettos in Minsk, Vilna, and Riga
    * October 14: Armed revolt in Sobibor extermination camp
    * October-November: Rescue of the Danish Jewry

    1944

    * March 19: Germany occupies Hungary.
    * May 15: Nazis begin deporting Hungarian Jews; by June 27, 380,000 sent to Auschwitz.
    * June 6: D-Day: Allied invasion at Normandy.
    * Spring/Summer: Red Army repels Nazi forces.
    * July 20: Group of German officers attempt to assassinate Hitler.
    * July 24: Russians liberate Majdanek killing center.
    * October 7: Revolt by inmates at Auschwitz; one crematorium blown up;
    * November: Last Jews deported from Terezin to Auschwitz.
    * November 8: Beginning of death march of approximately 40,000 Jews from Budapest to Austria.

    1945

    * January 17: Evacuation of Auschwitz; beginning of death march
    * January 25: Beginning of death march for inmates of Stutthof
    * April 6-10: Death march of inmates of Buchenwald
    * April 8: Liberation of Buchenwald.
    * April 15: Liberation of Bergen-Belsen.
    * April 22: Liberation of Sachsenhausen.
    * April 23: Liberation of Flossenburg.
    * April 29: Liberation of Dachau.
    * April 30: Hitler commits suicide, liberation of Ravensbruck.
    * May 7: Liberation of Mauthausen.
    * May 8: V-E Day: Germany surrenders; end of Third Reich
    * August 6: Bombing of Hiroshima
    * August 9: Bombing of Nagasaki
    * August 15: V-J Day: Victory over Japan proclaimed
    * September 2: Japan surrenders;

  2. 6 million jews were killed along with gypsies, slavs and anyone suspected of being homosexual. Schiendler saved a bunch of jews and so did this one Japanese soldier (forgot his name) but he filed them all visas so they could high-tail outta there.

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