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Today in Jewish History - March 19 / Adar II 26

1944 March 19, OPERATION MARGARET (Hungary)

Edmund Veesenmayer
Germany moved into Hungary. At the time of the occupation 63,000 Jews had already died or been killed. Eichmann, as the head of S.S. officers of the R.S.H.A. (Reich Security Main Office), arrived in Budapest along with SS Major Dieter Wisliceny and Edmund Veesenmayer who was to be in charge of "Jewish Affairs".

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