Himmler discloses that about 8,000 prisoners are in concentration camps for protective custody.
Directive by Himmler: On March 9 about 2,000 "professional and habitual criminals" in the country are to be arrested, in a mass strike, and sent to concentration camps.
Secret edit by Heydrich: "Jewish race-violators" are to be placed into protective custody after completion of their sentence from the Justice department.
Construction of concentration camp Buchenwald by the inmates of the concentration camp Lichtenburg begins.
Arrests take place of "elements detrimental to the people," so-called asocials, homosexuals, and Jehovah's Witnesses.
The concentration camp Lichtenburg is made into a concentration camp for women.
Edict of the National Ministry of the Interior pertaining to "the fight for the prevention of crime." The Kripo (criminal police) can initiate commitment to a concentration camp for precautionary reasons.