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Jewish Prisoners Ordered to be Moved to Concentration Camps

Crematoria at the Buchenwald Concentration Camp, 1945

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All Jews sentenced to more than a month in prison, or who have been sentenced to a fine which would result in more than a month's jail time in the event of non-payment, are ordered taken from their prisons and moved immediately to the nearest concentration camp.

A primary target for this order are Jews who had been arrested in "Aktion Asocial," a mass arrest of "asocial" political undesirables across Germany. About 20% of those arrested are Jews, most of whom will soon be transferred to the Buchenwald concentration camp.

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