November 24, 1941 -
Czech Jews are sent to Theresienstadt, a ghetto created to deceive the world about the Nazi program of mass murder.

July 22, 1942 -
Warsaw Ghetto Jews are snatched from streets and even slave labor factories as Germans begin deporting 5,000 of them a day to the Treblinka death camp. In less than two months, 300,000 Warsaw Ghetto Jews are killed.

May 15 - July 9, 1944 -
As Soviet troops advance on Hungary, Adolf Eichmann hurries to complete the last mass deportation of the Holocaust. The Nazis' Hungarian collaborators deport 434,351 Jews to Auschwitz in 147 sealed cattle cars.