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  • the Treblinka death camp from central Poland and the Theresienstadt, Czechoslovakia camp/ghetto; and to the Belzec death camp from the Eastern Galicia region of Poland. October 1942: In the Occupied
  • Soviet troops liberated the camp/ghetto at Theresienstadt, Czechoslovakia, and found 19,000 prisoners alive. Another 121,000 had died Two liberated Dachau prisoners stand over a camp guard named Weiss,
  • will eventually be sent to the the camp/ghetto at Theresienstadt, Czechoslovakia, where he will survive the war. June 2, 1942: The BBC reports that 700,000 Jews have been exterminated. Its information
  • and another 500 will be murdered after arriving at Theresienstadt, Czechoslovakia. Of the 2775 marchers, just 75 will survive. April 27, 1945: The concentration camp at Sachsenhausen, Germany, is liberated
  • arrives at the Theresienstadt, Czechoslovakia, camp/ghetto with 109 Jews. April 15-17, 1945: A small contingent of British troops at the Bergen-Belsen, Germany, camp is unable to prevent Hungarian SS
  • Germany, to Theresienstadt, Czechoslovakia. April 12, 1945: U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt dies. Vice-president Harry S. Truman becomes president. April 13, 1945: Soviet troops enter Vienna.
  • negotiates the repatriation of 423 Danish Jews held at the Theresienstadt, Czechoslovakia, camp/ghetto. April 14, 1945: American troops reach Gardelegen, Germany, and discover the charred corpses from
  • Austria; Leitmeritz, Czechoslovakia; and Theresienstadt, Czechoslovakia. The operation is rife with daily beatings and murders as well as deaths from starvation and typhus. Thirteen hundred Jews are evacuated
  • died in the Theresienstadt (Czechoslovakia) camp/ghetto in 1942. Germany's relaxing of anti-Jewish pressure ended soon after the 1936 Games. By the year's end, the antisemitic campaign to drive Jews
  • are seized throughout Germany and deported to the Theresienstadt, Czechoslovakia, camp/ghetto. 1945: Liberation and Rebuilding pg. 594 The Holocaust Chronicle © 2009 Publications International,

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