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Today in Jewish History - November 28 / Kislev 16

1938 November 28, APPEARANCE DECREE (Germany)

Jews were banned from certain districts and the hours of any public appearance were restricted.

1939 November 28, FIRST GHETTO (Poland)

Was set up under the General Government in Piotrkow Trybunalski, about 16 miles (26 km) south of Lodz.

1941 November 28, HAJ AMIN al-HUSSEINI, MUFTI OF JERUSALEM (Berlin)

Met with Hitler and called him the "Protector of Islam." Hitler promised the Mufti that, after a certain objective was reached, "Germany's only remaining objective in the region would be limited to the annihilation of the Jews living under British protection in Arab lands."

1944 November 28, BUDAPEST (Hungary)

As Soviet troops reached the outskirts of the city, the Germans forced 85,000 Jews on a death march towards Austria.

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