1921-1941

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In History
  • Nazi Party

    Nazi Party
    The Nazi party, or National Socialist Germany Workers' Party, is created to spread the idea of national socialism. They quickly took to the swastika emblem to spread their message.
  • Calvin Coolidge President

    Calvin Coolidge President
    Calvin Coolidge was inducted as the 30th President of the United States for the Republican party. He served in office for six years with Charles G. Dawes as his vice president.
  • Immigration Act of 1924

    Immigration Act of 1924
    The immigration act of 1924 limited the number of immigrants admitted into the United States. This act limited the percent of the total number of people from each country to 2% the total population.
  • Herbert Hoover President

    Herbert Hoover President
    Herbert Hoover was inducted as the 31st President of the United States. He held office during the time of the Great Depression, and his term saw many controversial acts.
  • Franklin D. Roosevelt President

    Franklin D. Roosevelt President
    FDR starts his term as the 32nd President of the United States. He would hold the position during the second World War and have the longest term to date at 16 years.
  • Hitler becomes Fuher

    Hitler becomes Fuher
    Hitler took the role of Fuher, having total supreme power over Germany. Advocating for the Nazi party, Adolf was determined to not only restore Germany to it's former glory, but to dominate the world.
  • World War II Begins

    World War II Begins
    Both France and Britain declared war on Germany after the threat of Hitler and the Nazi Regime. Britain and France claimed the Allied party like before, while Germany took to the Axis Powers.
  • Battle of Britain

    Battle of Britain
    Arial battle between Germany and Britain which resulted in an important British victory. 1000 British planes shot down, while Germany lost nearly 2000.
  • Russia Enters the War

    Russia Enters the War
    Germany, led by Hitler, betrayed Russia's pact by launching Operation Barbarossa. This was an assault on Russian ground that ended up costing Germany many lives, and what some consider the war.
  • Pearl Harbor

    Pearl Harbor
    Japan led an air attack against the naval base Pearl Harbor, in Honolulu, Hawaii. This was the first battle ever lost on United States soil. The attack led to the U.S. entry in the war.