Slavic studies Holocaust Timeline

Slavic studies Holocaust Timeline - Holocaust Timeline...

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Holocaust Timeline Adapted from The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s website January 30, 1933 President Hindenburg appoints Adolf Hitler Chancellor of Germany March 20, 1933 SS opens the Dachau concentration camp outside of Munich April 1, 1933 Boycott of Jewish-owned shops and businesses in Germany September 15, 1935 Nuremberg Race Laws March 16, 1935 Germany introduces military conscription March 7, 1936 German troops march unopposed into the Rhineland August 1, 1936 Summer Olympics begin in Berlin March 11-13, 1938 Germany incorporates Austria in the Anschluss November 9/10, 1938 Kristallnacht (nationwide pogrom in Germany) August 23, 1939 Nazi-Soviet Nonaggression Agreement September 1, 1939 Germany invades Poland, starting World War II in Europe September 17, 1939 The Soviet Union occupies Poland from the east October 8, 1939 Germans establish a ghetto in Piotrków Trybunalski, Poland April 9, 1940 Germany invades Denmark and Norway May 10, 1940 Germany attacks western Europe (including France)
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