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  • 1945: SS functionary Adolf Eichmann visits the Theresienstadt, Czechoslovakia, camp/ghetto to gloat over the many Jews who have perished there. April 11, 1945: American troops liberate the concentration
  • In Theresienstadt, the model camp/ghetto the Nazis established near Prague, Czechoslovakia, artists such as Felix Bloch produced "official" art on command while secretly creating works that portrayed
  • 1944: The Nazis resume deportations from the Theresienstadt, Czechoslovakia, camp/ghetto to Auschwitz after a four-month hiatus. Among the 2499 prisoners deported on this day is teenager Petr Ginz, a
  • Fifteen hundred prisoners are deported from the Theresienstadt, Czechoslovakia, camp/ghetto to Auschwitz. 750 are gassed upon arrival. September 29, 1944: German trade unionist Wilhelm Leuschner is
  • 1942: One thousand Jews are deported from the Theresienstadt, Czechoslovakia, camp/ghetto to Riga, Latvia. 1942: The "Final Solution" pg. 300 The Holocaust Chronicle © 2009 Publications International,
  • are deported from the city's Jewish hospital to the Theresienstadt, Czechoslovakia, camp/ghetto. June 16, 1943: German authorities declare Berlin judenrein --purged of Jews. June 20, 1943: Five thousand
  • November 11, 1943: At the Theresienstadt, Czechoslovakia, camp/ghetto, on the 25th anniversary of Germany's defeat in World War I, the Germans assemble all 47,000 Jews in a large square for an ill-organized
  • 1942: 13,776 Jews are deported from Vienna to Theresienstadt. June 24, 1942: Thousands of Lvov, Ukraine, Jews are killed at Janówska, Ukraine, and Piaski, Poland. June 25, 1942: An article in the
  • September 8, 1943: 5006 Jews deported from the Theresienstadt, Czechoslovakia, camp/ghetto arrive at Auschwitz. September 8, 1943: Italian forces surrender to Germany in Rhodes. German troops occupy
  • Poland, to the Theresienstadt, Czechoslovakia, camp/ghetto and later to Auschwitz, where they will be killed. August 17, 1943: The Allies defeat Axis forces in Sicily. August 19, 1943: The Treblinka

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