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Poland 1933, Kielce indicated
Europe 1933, Czechoslovakia and Theresienstadt indi...
Auschwitz subcamp system, Upper Silesia 1941-1944
Major camps in the Low Countries, Westerbork indica...
Major Nazi camps in Europe, Westerbork indicated
Low Countries 1933, Westerbork indicated
Poland 1933, Bedzin indicated
Europe 1943-1944, Chelmno indicated
Europe 1933, Germany and Dachau indicated
Major European war crimes trials, 1943-1947
Soviet Union, 1942
Romania 1933, Sighet Marmatiei indicated
Low Countries 1933, Brussels Indicated
Poland 1933, Czestochowa indicated
Baltic Countries 1933, Siauliai indicated
Germany 1933, Hamburg indicated
Greece 1933, Salonika indicated
Babi Yar massacre in Kiev, 1941
Einsatzgruppen massacres in eastern Europe, Babi Yar...
Eastern Europe 1933, Kiev indicated
Major ghettos in the Baltic states, Riga indicated
Baltic Countries 1933, Riga indicated
Major Nazi camps in Europe, Trawniki indicated
Major camps in Poland, Trawniki indicated
Czechoslovakia 1933, Theresienstadt indicated
France 1933, Le Chambon-sur-Lignon indicated
The Dissolution of the Ottoman Empire, 1807-1924
Soviet Union, 1933
Czechoslovakia 1933, Sudetenland indicated
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