Timeline: The Holocaust
January 30, 1933:
President Hindenburg appoints Adolf Hitler Chancellor of Germany.
March 20, 1933:
SS opens the Dachau concentration camp outside of Munich.
April 1, 1933:
Boycott of Jewish-owned shops and businesses in Germany.
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HISTORY OF THE HOLOCAUST – TIME LINE. 1933. The Nazi party takes power
in Germany. Adolf Hitler becomes chancellor,or prime minister of Germany.
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