Mass killings of Jews began in June 1941 as the death squads (SD-Einsatzgruppen) that followed the German armies into the Soviet Union began to operate behind the German lines.
The deportation of Jews from Berlin to Theresienstadt, to Riga (Latvia) and Maly Trostenets (Minsk, Belarus) started on 15 October 1941. Riga in Latvia and Maly Trostenets soon became a vast killing field for deported Berlin Jews.
The first large scale gassings took place at Chelmno on 8 December 1941. Further administrative details of Holocaust were worked out at the Wannsee Conference on 20 January 1942. (The actual 'conference' lasted only 90 minutes and was mainly concerned with co-ordinating the activities of the various agencies involved. Apart from a brief discussion of what to do about half-Jews and quarter-Jews, the meeting was not concerned with matters of policy).AnswerThere's timeline at this link: ushmm.org Location of the HolocaustThe Holocaust did not happen in any one place. Everywhere the Germans conquered they exterminated the Jewish population and any other 'undersireables'. In the Soviet Union and parts of eastern Poland there were large scale mass executions throughout Nazi held territory. The extermination camps were nearly all in Poland.
The killings took place in:
1. Mass open air shootings (especially in the Soviet Union)
2. Exceptionally harsh concentration camps, where the prisoners were literally worked to death: they had to do heavy manual labour (such as quarrying and mining) on insufficient food.
3. Extermination camps, mainly located in Poland:
The above camps were all in Poland. In addition, Maly Trostenets in Belarus is generally regarded as an extermination camp.
In Poland, Jews were herded into ghettos (such as the Warsaw Ghetto and the Lodz Ghetto) and given grossly insufficient food and not allowed medication. Many died of stavation and disease.
Two of Germany's allies, Romania and Croatia, carried out their own national holocausts.
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there is no 'jews holocaust' look for the dates of the Holocaust
To remember the Holocaust.
Holocaust was not a person
no, but it was on the road to the Holocaust.
The Holocaust is a concept not a person.
He approved of the Holocaust and was the one who made the Holocaust happen.
Generally they would have been saved during the Holocaust, assuming that you are asking when Holocaust victims were saved from the Holocaust.
One aspect of the Holocaust is murder, there was a lot of killing in the Holocaust.
Holocaust is capatalized because it is a major event in history. It is a title, The Holocaust.
There were no elections in Germany in the Holocaust.
The Holocaust started in Europe.