- The Nazis set up the first concentration camp at Dachau. The first inmates are 200 Communists.
- Books with ideas considered dangerous to Nazi beliefs are burned.
- Jewish newspapers can no longer be sold in the streets.
- The Nazis intensify the persecution of political people that donŐt agree with his philosophy.
- The Olympic Games are held in Germany; signs barring Jews are removed until the event is over.
- Jews no longer have the right to vote.
- On Kristallnacht, the 'Night of Broken Glass,' Nazis terrorized Jews throughout Germany and Austria - 30,000 Jews are arrested.
- Jews must carry id cards and Jewish passports are marked with a "J."
- Jews no longer head businesses, attend plays, concerts, etc.;
all Jewish children are moved to Jewish schools.
- Jewish businesses are shut down; they must sell businesses and hand over securities and jewels.
- Jews must hand over drivers's licenses and car registrations.
- Jews must be in certain places at certain times.
- World War II begins as Britain and France declare war on Germany.
- Hitler orders that Jews must follow curfews; Jews must turn in radios to the police; Jews must wear yellow stars of David.
- Jews are forced into ghettos.
- Nazis begin the first mass murder of Jews in Poland.
-Jews are put into concentration camps.
- Jews throughout Western Europe are forced into ghettos.
-Jews may not leave their houses without permission form the police.
-Jews may no longer use public telephones.
-Jews are forbidden to: subscribe to newspapers; keep dogs, cats, birds, etc; keep electrical equipment including typewriters; own bicycles; buy meat, eggs, or mild; use public transportation; attend school.
- The Holocaust is over and the death camps are emptied.
- Many survivors are placed in displaced persons facilities.
- At Nuremburg, Nazi leaders are tried for war crimes by the above Judicial assembly.