Germany occupies Bohemia and Moravia.
"The Center for Jewish Emigration" is opened in Prague under the supervision of Adolf Eichmann.
The campaign for concentrating the Jews of the Protectorate in Prague commences.
World War II breaks out. Germany attacks Poland.
October 19, 26: The first two transports of Jews from the city of Ostrava leave for the village of Nisko near Lublin in Poland.