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Portraits of Jews of Theresienstadt
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1942

January 9:
A "transport" of 1,000 people is sent from Theresienstadt to the Riga Ghetto. 102 of them survive.
January 10:
Nine youngsters are publicly hanged in the Theresienstadt Ghetto.
January 15:
A transport of 1,000 people is sent to Riga. Fifteen of them survive.
January 20:
The Wannsee Conference convenes, during which the organization and execution of the "Final Solution" are coordinated.
March11, 17:
2,001 people are forcibly taken from Theresienstadt to Izbica near Lublin. Nine of them survive.
April 1:
A "transport" of 1,000 people is sent to Trawniki. Five of them survive.
April 18:
A "transport" of 1,000 people is sent to Rejowiec in Lublin. Three of them survive.
April 23:
A "transport" of 1,000 people is sent to Lublin. One of them survive.
April 25:
A "transport" of 1,000 people is sent to the Warsaw Ghetto. Nine of them survive.
April 27:
A "transport" of 1,000 people is sent to Izbica near Lublin. One of them survive.
April 28:
One "transport" of 1,000 people are sent to Zamosc in Poland. 5 of them survive.
April 30:
One "transport" of 1,000 people are sent to Zamosc in Poland.
May 9:
A "transport" of 1,000 people is sent to the Sobibor death camp. None of them survive.
May 17:
A "transport" of 1,000 people is sent to the Majdanek extermination camp. None of them survive.
May 25:
A "transport" of 1,000 people is sent to Lublin. One of them survives.
May 27:
Fighters from the Czech partisan movement assassinate Reinhard Heydrich, the head of the Security Police of Nazi Germany.
June:
The Czech population is evacuated from the city of Terezin.
June 10:
A "transport" of Jews leaves Prague for Poland in retaliation for the assassination of Heydrich.
June 12:
A "transport" of 1,000 people is sent to Tebenice. None of them survive.
June 13:
A "transport" of 1,000 people is sent to the Sobibor extermination camp. None of them survive.
July:
Elderly Jews and VIPs from Germany and Austria arrive at the Theresienstadt Ghetto.
July 14:
A "transport" of 1,000 people is sent to Minsk. Two of them survive.
July 28:
A "transport" of 1,000 people is sent to Baranowicze. None of them survive.
August 3:
The Germans confiscate religious and cultural objects from the Jews and stockpile them in the Jewish Museum in Prague in order to prepare an exhibition entitled: The Extinct Jewish Race.
August 4:
A "transport" of 1,000 people is sent to Maly Trostinets. Two of them survive.
August 20:
A "transport" of 1,000 people is sent to Riga. None of them survive.
August 25:
A "transport" of 1,000 people is sent to Maly Trostinets. One of them survive.
September 1:
A "transport" of 1,000 people is sent to Raasiku-Valge in Estonia. 45 of them survive.
September 8:
A "transport" of 1,000 people is sent to Maly Trostinets. Four of them survive.
September 19:
One "transport" of 2,000 people are sent to the Treblinka death camp. None of them survive.
September 21:
One "transport" of 2,020 people are sent to the Treblinka death camp. None of them survive.
September 22:
A transport of 1,000 people is sent to Maly Trostintz. One of them survive.
September 23, 26, 29:
5,984 people are sent to the Treblinka death camp. None of them survive.
September:
The overcrowding in the ghetto reaches its peak: 58,491 Jews are incarcerated in the city. The number of dead reaches 3,941 - 131 per day.
October 28:
The first "transports" are sent directly from Theresienstadt to Auschwitz and Treblinka.
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