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Anti-semitism Timeline

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Timeline small square Hitler's birth Hitler bioAdolf Hitler was born on April 20, 1889 in Braunau-am-Inn, Austria near the German border.
Timeline small square Army captain Alfred Dreyfus modern erraDreyfus was a French army captain convicted of passing military information to German agents. This added to much of the Antisemitism in France and the story was covered by the Viennese journalist Theodore Herzl who later became the father of the Zionist movement.
Timeline small square Hitlers move to Vienna hitler bioKlara Hitler, Adolf's mother died from cancer when he was 19 leaving him with no relatives able to support him so he moved to vienna hoping to make a living.
Timeline small square Adolf moves to munich hitler bio He moved to Munich in southern Germany. At the outbreak of the First World War, in 1914, he volunteered for service in the German army and was accepted into the 16th Bavarian Reserve Infantry Regiment .
Timeline small square Versailles Treaty versailles treaty
The Allied powers viewed Germany as the instigator of all conflicts in WWI. They were presented with the treaty of versailles.
Timeline small square Weimer republic- eugenics eugenics
the Weimar Republic's ideas known as racial hygiene or eugenics began to inform the population policy, public health education, and government-funded research. The plan was to interfere with natural selection and choose themselves who tha unnaturally selected ones should be. anyone who was not up to german standards in health, fitness, looks, or mental capacity was instantly sterilized.
Timeline small square Nuremburg Laws nuremburg laws
The nuremburg laws were the Nazi's public announcement that the Jewish people should be separated from the "Aryan" race and should not be given equal rights.
Timeline small square The Reichstag Fire reichstag fire The German parliament Reichstag building burned down due to arson. The government falsely portrayed the fire as part of a Communist effort to overthrow the state.
Timeline small square Headlines 2/27/1933 source-"twilight of the weimer republic" and Hitler:fromchancelor to dictator" Nazi"s burn reichstag building, the SA in Berlin got involved and blamed Dutch communists
Timeline small square headlines 3/5/1933 source-"twilight of the weimer republic" and Hitler:fromchancelor to dictator" Nazis recieve 43.9% of election votes.
total is 5,500,000 greater than last election
Nazis form coalition with Nationalist Party
Timeline small square In The First 100 Days Hitler names Joseph Goebbels to position of minister of propaganda (telegram worksheet).
Timeline small square Columbia columbia After the rise of Hitler in 1933 a wave of Ashkenazi immigrants went to Columbia.From 1939 until the end of WW2, immigration in Columbia was denied by anti-immigrant feelings. Around 6,000 Jews moved there after the nuremberg laws and after WW2 only about another 500 Jewish people entered Columbia.
Timeline small square Headlines 6/21/1934 source-"twilight of the weimer republic" and Hitler:fromchancelor to dictator"
Nazis turn against nationalist party and invade party offices all over Germany. The abolition of the party was inevitable.
Timeline small square Kristallnacht Kristallnacht often referred to as the Night of Broken Glass. The name refers to the wave of violent anti Jewish pogroms which took place throughout Germany, Austria, and in areas of Czechoslovakia occupied by German troops. Instigated primarily by Nazi Party officials and members of the SA.
18 1 7 40 small square Hitler's propaganda calvinThis particular poster translates to “Whether in school or the work place, or serving in the HJ or BDM, whether at home with your mothers: everywhere you have tasks that you must fulfill if you want to say that you are Adolf Hitler’s proper German boys and girls.” This was used to create an environment of spying and obediance to the Nazis before ones own parents.
Timeline small square Finland Finland Finland and Nazi Germany were co-beligerants ,but the government refused to take action against Finnish Jews. Number of immigrants was not mentioned.