30 April


April 30, 1941 – Racial legislation enacted at Zagreb, Croatia, by the pro-German government removes Jews from public office.  Croat law holds that people with just one Jewish parent are protected from deportation.

April 30, 1942 – The Jews of Pinsk, Poland, are ordered to establish a ghetto within one day.  Twenty thousand Jews will move into it.

April 30, 1942 – Twelve hundred Jews are killed in Diatlovo, Bylorussia.  The Jews offer armed resistance, but it is futile.

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