This Day in Jewish History 1942: Slovakian Jews Sent to Nazi Death Camps in Occupied Poland

On March 25, 999 Jewish women became the first shipped from Slovakia to the death camps.

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On March 25, 1942, the first deportation of Jews from the Slovak Republic to Nazi death camps took place, a process that continued until the following October. During this period, some 58,000 Slovakian Jews...