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- The start of deportationsof Croatian Jews to Auschwitz.

- The mass killing of 170,000Jews in the area of Bialystok.

The first transport of Jews from Germany arrives at Auschwitz.

 - The first transportof Jews from Vienna arrives at Auschwitz.
- The U.S. Congress holdshearings regarding the U.S. State Department's inaction regarding EuropeanJews, despite mounting reports of mass extermination.

- Beginning of the deportationof Jews from Hungary to Auschwitz.

- First transportsof Jews from Athens to Auschwitz, totaling 5,200 persons.
A concentration camp was not the same as an extermination camp – camps constructed with the specific purpose of mass murdering Jews and other victim groups. Despite this fact, the concentration camps claimed many thousands of victims. Imprisonment in a concentration camp meant inhuman forced labour, brutal mistreatment, hunger, disease, and random executions. It is certain that several hundred thousand died in the concentration camps. In comparison, more than three million Jews were murdered in the extermination camps.


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- The last transportof Jews to be gassed, 2,000 from Theresienstadt, arrives at Auschwitz.
Private diaries of Goebbels and Himmler unearthed from the secret Sovietarchives show that personally ordered the mass extermination of the Jews during ameeting of Nazi German regional governors in the chancellery.

- Rudolf Höss returnsto Auschwitz, ordered by Himmler to oversee the extermination of HungarianJews.
In Auschwitz and Majdanek, which had the role of both being a working and an extermination camp, Jews were divided upon arrival into those capable of working ands those not. The last group was sent directly to the gas chambers, whereas those able to work had to work themselves to death in SS’s industries – or they were executed when they worn down. In Auschwitz, the Jews worked in the so-called Monowitz working camp (Auschwitz III) in factories, or they were hired out to private businesses such as the chemical corporation I.G. Farben or the SS’s own factories.

Holocaust | Concentration Camps

It can be ruled out that the massive preparations for thesystematic murder of European Jews in extermination camps in Poland, undertakenin spring and summer of 1942, were taken without his consent or his knowledge.

Gates To Hell - The Nazi Death Camps

- Massive escape fromSobibor as Jews and Soviet POWs break out, with 300 making it safely intonearby woods. Of those 300, fifty will .Exterminations then cease at Sobibor, after over 250,000 deaths. All tracesof the death camp are then removed and trees are planted.

The Holocaust, the Death Camps Auschwitz, Sobibor, Treblinka

n the period of 1941-1945, for the first time in the history of mankind, industrial plants were used to kill people. A total of six extermination camps were established for the genocide of the Jews, where the Nazis carried out the mass murder of 3 million Jews – half of the 6 million victims of the Holocaust.

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- Beginning of deportationsfrom the Warsaw Ghetto to the new extermination camp, Treblinka. Also,beginning of the deportation of Belgian Jews to Auschwitz.

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Chelmno was the first extermination camp to be established as part of the ‘Final Solution to the Jewish Question’ – the Nazis’ systematic effort to exterminate the Jews. This was quickly followed by the establishment of three more extermination camps: Belzec, Treblinka and Sobibor. They were established under the code-name Operation Reinhard – the starting signal to the extermination of the approximately 3 million Jews who lived in Nazi-occupied Poland. In the concentration camps Auschwitz-Birkenau and Majdanek two further extermination camps were established.