Signals From History

Early April, 1942: Jews are mocked and hanged in Mlava, Poland

April 1, 1942: 965 Slovenian Jews are deported to Auschwitz.

April 3, 1942: This day deportation from Augsburg, empties the town of Jews, ending Jewish presence that was established in 1212. They are deported to the Belzec death camp.

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