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Timeline small square German Pride in Industrial Power At the end of the Franco-Prussian War, France lost the lands of Alsace and Lorraine to Germany. This provoked vindictive tension between the two nations and was one of causes of World War 1. Germany saw a period of economical and industrial growth after the war due to an increase in population and advancement in technology. The British Museum. "Germany as an industrial power." 2005. November 16, 2010. http://www.worldtimelines.org.uk/world/europe/northern_eastern/AD1800-2000/industrialpower
Timeline small square Hitler is Born Hitler is Born Adolf Hitler is born in Braunau Am Inn, Austria across the border from Germany on April 20, 1889 to Alois and Klara Hitler.
Timeline small square Hilter Drops Out Hitler's Teen Years After dropping out of his second technical high school, Hilter lives a life of leisure and freedom. He develops a passion for the arts, mainly architecture, and applies to an art school in Vienna, which rejects him. Moving back to his rural hometown, he stays with his mother as her health deterioates from breast cancer, and she eventually dies on December 21, 1907.
Timeline small square Treaty of Versailles Treaty of Versailles, 1919 The Treaty of Versailles was created as an effect of World War I. The treaty placed heavy restriction on Germany, including a limit on military forces and borders. Germany was also forced to accept responsibility for World War I and had to pay for all the damage the war caused.
Timeline small square Mein Kampf Mein Kampf Hitler is put on trial for treason after the Beer Hall Putsch and imprisoned for six months. While in his cell, his personal secretary wrote down all his thoughts and ideas, which would later become his autobiography, Mein Kampf or My Struggle.
Timeline small square Reichstag Fire Reichstag Fire The Reichstag, or German parliament, building was set on fire on February 27, 1933. It is likely the Nazis themselves started the fire, but Hitler placed the blame on the communists. Using this opportunity to his advantage, Hilter declared a national emergency.
Timeline small square A State of Emergency (First 100 Days) Establishing the Nazi Dictatorshiphttp://www.ushmm.org/wlc/en/article.php?ModuleId=10005204 Preseident von Hidenburg declares a state of emergency, enabling Hitler to suspend civil liberties, as per the Weimar Constitution. The state of emergency would remain in effect until Hitler's death.
Timeline small square Rebuilding the Reich (Headline 1) Chronology 1934 Hitler announces that all German state governments would to be dissolved in order to unify Germany. The National Socialist government abolished the Reichsrat, which represented the German states in the national government. The powers of ther German states were surrendered to he Nazi party.
Timeline small square Hilter Kills SA (Headline 3) Chronology 1934 Hitler accused SA officers of planning to overthrow government. The more radical, social revolutionary wing of the National Socialist party advocated the incorporation of the SA into the Army, but Hitler refused. Four hundred of Hitler's former colleagues were murdered.
Timeline small square Hitler Becomes President (Headline 2) Chronology 1934 President von Hidenburg dies on August 2nd. Hitler combines the offices of Chancellor and President and assumes the role of head of state. Germans vote in support of Hitler's takeover of the presidency with 88% of the vote as affirmative.
Timeline small square Nuremberg Laws The Nuremberg Race Laws At the annual party rally held in Nuremberg in 1935, the Nazis announced new laws which revoke citizenship for Jews and prohibits Jews from marrying Germans. Other laws required them to Jews to have separate schools, give up their businesses to "Aryans", and wear a yellow star on their clothing.
Timeline small square Kristallnacht A Nationwide Pogrom Also referred to as the Night of the Broken Glass, Kristallnacht refers to the violent anti-Jewish pogroms which took place on November 9 and 10, 1938 throughout Germany instigated primarily by Nazi Party officials and members of the SA. Synagogues, homes, and Jewish-owned businesses were broken into, plundered, and destroyed during the violence.
Timeline small square Jewish Immigration to Shanghai German Jewish Refugees By September 1939, approximately 282,000 Jews had left Germany. More than 18,000 Jews found refuge n Shanghai, in Japanese-occupied China. Jewish emigration was officially forbidden by October 1941.
Timeline small square Nazi Propoganda When You This Symbol The message of this pamphlet is meant to blame the Jewish race for all the problems in Germany after the war. The pamphlet uses the Card Stacking technique by citing a book written by an American Jew entitled "Germany Must Perish." It cites part of the book which describes how the German government has failed, which Hilter uses to persuade the Germans to go against the Jews for the good of Germany.
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