Decree pertaining to the expiration of permits for Jewish dentists, veterinarians, and pharmacists.
Establishment of a National Central Office for Jewish emigration, with central offices in Vienna and Prague. Strengthening of pressure urging emigration.
Hitler predicts in the parliament of the "extermination of the Jewish race in Europe" in the event of war.
Occupation of Czechoslovakia "Protectorate Bohemia and Moravia" created. Introduction of the anti-Semitic decrees which are already in force in Germany.
Anti-Jewish racist laws passed in Slovakia. Cancellation of eviction protection.
Law pertaining to rent agreements with Jews: Legal preparations for the combining of Jewish families into "Jewish Houses." Cancellation of eviction protection.
Ravensbruck concentration camp for women established.
Adolf Eichmann (deputy to Heydrich) is placed in charge of the Prague branch of the emigration office.
Germany attacks Poland. World War II begins. Numerous pogroms in Poland.
Curfews for Jews in Germany. (9 p.m. in the summer, 8 p.m. in the winter).
Britain and France declare war on Germany.
Authorization by Heydrich for Einsatzgruppen in Poland.
Ghettos to be established in occupied Poland each under a Judenrat, by order of Heydrich.
Confiscation of radios from Jews.
Establishment of the Reichssicherheitshauptamt (National Central Security Department).
First ghetto (unguarded and unfenced) established in Piotrkow, Poland.
First deportations from Austria and the "Protectorates" to Poland.
Establishment of the Generalgouvernement (Government General) in the German occupied territories of Poland.
Forced labor for Jews in the Generalgouvernement.
First introduction of wearing of the Star of David in Wloclawek, Poland.
Hans Frank appointed Governor of the Generalgouvernement (headquartered in Krakow).
Introduction of the wearing of the Star of David in the entire Generalgouvernement (occupied Poland).
Directive by Hans Frank to establish Judenrats in Generalgouvernement.