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1941

June 22:
Germany attacks the USSR.
July 5:
The Nuremberg Laws are enforced in the territories of the Protectorate.
September 1:
The Jews of the Protectorate are obliged to wear a yellow badge.
October:
All synagogues are closed by order of the Germans.
October 16:
A transport of Jews is sent from the Protectorate to the Lodz Ghetto.
October 19:
The Germans choose the city of Terezin as the site where the Jews of the Protectorate are to be detained.
November 24:
The spearhead unit sets off for the city of Terezin to set up the ghetto.
December 4:
Jakob Edelstein arrives at the ghetto. The first transports arrive at the ghetto.
December 11:
Germany declares war on the United States.
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