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German-Soviet partition 1939
German administration of eastern Europe, 1942
Odessa environs, 1941-1944
Romanian-occupied Odessa, 1941-1944
Major ghettos in the Baltic states, Kovno indicated...
Baltic Countries 1933, Kovno indicated
Stutthof subcamps, 1939-1945
Flossenbürg subcamps, 1941-1945
Major Nazi camps in Europe, Flossenbürg indicated
Neuengamme concentration camp, 1942-1945
Neuengamme environs, 1942-1945
Major camps in Greater Germany, Neuengamme indicate...
Major Nazi camps in Europe, Neuengamme indicated
Sachsenhausen concentration camp, fall 1944
Sachsenhausen environs, 1944
Major camps in Greater Germany, Sachsenhausen indic...
Major Nazi camps in Europe, Sachsenhausen indicated...
Europe 1933, Baltic Countries indicated
Nazi medical experiments, 1942-1945
German annexation of the Sudetenland, 1938
Partition of Czechoslovakia, 1938-1939
Central Europe, 1945
Europe 1933, Krakow indicated
Krakow, Poland: Schindler's factory site
World 1933, China and Shanghai indicated
Europe 1933, Czechoslovakia indicated
Czechoslovakia 1933, Munkacs indicated
Major book burnings, May 1933
Buchenwald subcamps, 1938-1945
Dachau subcamps, 1938-1945
Nazi camps in Austria, Gusen indicated
Major Nazi camps in Europe, Bergen-Belsen indicated...
Greece 1933, Athens indicated
Auschwitz subcamps, Althammer indicated
Mediterranean Basin, 1933
Europe 1933, Greece indicated
Poland 1933, Radom indicated
Low Countries 1933, Amsterdam indicated
Killing centers, Auschwitz indicated
Europe 1933, Poland and Lodz indicated
Major ghettos in Europe, Lodz indicated
Major Nazi camps in Europe, Ravensbrueck indicated
Hungary 1933, Szeged indicated
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