Jews in Germany are forbidden
to be outdoors after 8 p.m. in winter and 9 p.m. in summer.
The Germans start construction of
Stutthof concentration camp in which 65,000 Polish Christians
will ultimately perish.
At Bedzin, 200 Jews are
burned alive in a synagogue by the Germans who charge Poles
with the crime, and then execute 30 of them in a public square.
Heydrich issues instructions to SS
Einsatzgruppen (special action squads) in Poland regarding treatment
of Jews, stating they are to be gathered into ghettos near railroads
for the future "final goal." He also orders a census
and the establishment of Jewish administrative councils within
the ghettos to implement Nazi policies and decrees.
German Jews are forbidden to own wireless
Nazis and Soviets divide
up Poland. Over two million Jews reside in Nazi controlled areas,
leaving 1.3 million in the Soviet area.
Reinhard Heydrich becomes
the leader of new Reich Main Security Office (RSHA).
Proclamation by Hitler
on the isolation of Jews.
Evacuation of Jews from Vienna.
The first Jewish ghetto is established
Forced labor decree issued for Polish
Jews aged 14 to 60.
The first transport of Polish women
arrives at Ravensbruck concentration camp.
Yellow stars required to
be worn by Polish Jews over age 10.