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Warsaw ghetto, 1940
Deportations from Warsaw ghetto, 1942
Warsaw ghetto uprising, 1943
Deportations to Warsaw ghetto, 1941-1942
Poland 1933, Warsaw indicated
Westerbork transit camp, 1942
Westerbork environs, 1942
World 1933, Germany and Cuba indicated
Voyage of the "St. Louis," May 13-June 17...
Jewish emigration from Germany, 1933-1940
Major deportations to Auschwitz, 1941-1944
Deportations from ghettos in Poland to Auschwitz
Major deportations from the Low Countries, 1942-194...
Europe 1933, France indicated
Europe 1933, Hungary indicated
Europe 1933, Romania indicated
Deportations from southern Europe, 1942-1943
Major deportations from France, 1942-1944
Greater Germany, September 1939
Deportation of Jews from Greater Germany, 1941-1944...
Deportations from Hungarian ghettos to Auschwitz
Mechelen transit camp, 1942
Mechelen environs, 1942
Riga environs, 1941-1942
Riga ghetto, 1942
Bulgaria, border changes 1939-1942
Voyage of the "Struma," December 1941-February...
Italian-occupied areas, 1942
Eastern Europe after the German-Soviet Pact, 1939-1...
Jewish partisan activity in eastern Europe, 1942-19...
Jewish parachutists from Palestine, 1943-1945
Jewish partisan activity in western Europe, 1942-19...
Breendonk internment camp, 1942
Theresienstadt environs, 1944
Theresienstadt ghetto, summer 1944
Deportations to Theresienstadt
Deportations from Theresienstadt, 1942-1944
German territorial losses, Treaty of Versailles, 19...
Salonika environs, 1942-1943
German-occupied Salonika, 1942-1943
Occupation of the southern zone of France, November...
Occupied western Europe, 1940
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