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Subject: Holocaust Calendar: March 29
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March 29


An order is issued to deport all Dutch Gypsies to Auschwitz.
(USHMM 1993, p. 28)

Also in March, 1943

German forces deport eighteen hundred Jews from Kavalla in
Macedonian Greece to Nazi killing centers in Poland....From
France 4,997 Jews, including many elderly people and
hundreds arrested in a raid in Marseilles, are deported to
Auschwitz. (Deportations will continue through the
year.)....Three hundred Jews are killed and fifty-eight
escape when German units liquidate the ghetto of
Radoszkowice in Byelorussia....Plans are made for the
construction of concentration camp Kaiserwald in the suburbs
of Riga, Latvia, for Jews in the Riga ghetto and nearby
labor camps....Jewish patients in hospitals in the Hague and
Amsterdam are taken into custody pending
deportation....Germany complains to Mussolini that Italian
occupation forces in southern France used force to free Jews
arrested by the French police at Annecy near the Swiss
border....In a broadcase from London, General Charles
DeGaulle urges Frenchmen to "oppose by obstruction and
sabotage" German efforts to conscript French residents for
forced labor....More than five thousand Dutch Jews in five
transports are deported to killing centers in the
east....Falkensee is opened as a subsidiary forced-labor
camp to Sachsenhausen; it will use concentration camp labor
to produce tanks....In Moscow Stalin launches an effort to
create a Polish Communist political force, known as the
Lublin Poles and dependent on Soviet Russia, to counter the
London-based government-in-exile....A working "rescue
committee" sponsored by the Jewish Agency in Jerusalem is
formally established in Istanbul to encourage so-callled
illegal immigration from Europe, and to maintain contact
with Jewish communities in Europe and with foreign
governments and organizations such as the International Red
Cross and churches. (USHMM 1993, p. 29)


The Germans refuse to give safe conduct for a Turkish ship
carrying Jewish children to Palestine. (USHMM 1994, 34)

                       Work Cited

USHMM (United States Holocaust Memorial Museum). Fifty
   Years Ago: Revolt Amid the Darkness: Days of Remembrance,
   April 18-25, 1993. Washington, D.C.: 1993
USHMM (United States Holocaust Memorial Museum). Fifty
   Years Ago: Darkness Before Dawn: Days of Remembrance, April
   3-10, 1994. Washington, D.C.: 1994

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