ca. 1944

Order issued by Minister of the Interior, Andor Jaross [Hungary] [Unconfirmed]

Commentary from other sources:
1) “On May 2[1944], a few days after the publication of the ghetto decree, the Interior Minister’s order excluding Jews from public baths came into force.43 Sub-prefects and mayors were receiving this and dozens of other orders concerning the Jews, and most of them did their best to carry them out to the letter and as soon as possible even if the demands were unrealistic. By early May there was no Jew left to be banished from the public baths.”
Molnar, Judit: “Gendarmes, Policemen, Functionaries and the Jews-New Findings on the Behavior of Hungarian Authorities During the Holocaust.”