Adolf Hitler Timeline

  • Aug 8, 1236

    Crusaders attack Jews

    Crusaders attack Jews
    Crusaders attack Jewish communities of Anjou and Poitou and attempt to baptize all the Jews, however those who resisted (est. 3,000) were slaughtered.
  • Jul 10, 1305

    Expulsion of Jews

    Expulsion of Jews
    Act of anti-semitism that Hitler could of been inspired by was one by Philip IV of France who seized all Jewish property (except the clothes they wear) and expelled them from France which was about 100,000 Jews.
  • Jun 28, 1492

    Spanish Inquisition

    Spanish Inquisition
    The Spanish Inquisition ordered Jews and Muslims to convert to Catholic or to leave the country.
  • Jews Expelled from Russia

    Jews Expelled from Russia
    Catherine I of Russia declares that all Jews who are found in Ukraine and in other Russian provinces are to be expelled at once beyond the borders of Russia.
  • Adolf Hitlers Birthday

    Adolf Hitlers Birthday
    Adolf Hitler was born in Braunau am Inn, Austia-Hungary on April, 20 1889 to father Alois Hitler and mother Klara Hitler.
  • Rejected from Art School

    Rejected from Art School
    In October of 1907 Adolf Hitler applied to the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts and was rejected and when he reapplied they rejected him automatically.
  • Hitler moves to Germany

    Hitler moves to Germany
    Adolf Hitler moved to Munich, Germany in the Bavaria region of Germany for the reason he did not want to be arrested for evasion of miltary service to Hapsburg Austria.
  • Entrance into Bavarian Regiment

    Entrance into Bavarian Regiment
    At 25 years old Adolf Hitler joined the Bavarian Regiment in Germany in August of 1914 after he moved to Munich, Germany from Austria.
  • Hitler is wounded in WW1

    Hitler is wounded in WW1
    On October 7, 1916 Adolf Hitler was wounded in the leg which sent him to the hospital for two months at the Battle of the Somme during WW1.
  • Adolf is Wounded Again

    Adolf is Wounded Again
    On October 5, 1918 Adolf Hitler was partially blinded by a mustard gas attack near Ypres in Belgium.
  • Joining the DAP Political Party

    Joining the DAP Political Party
    In Spetember of 1919 Adolof Hitler joined the DAP political party in Germany which was changed to the NSDAP (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei) or Nazi party in 1920.
  • First Comment on Jewish

    First Comment on Jewish
    Adolf Hitler issues his first comment on Jewish saying the Jews are a race and not a religious community and it was the goal of the German government to be discriminatory legislation against the Jews.
  • Beer Hall Putsch

    Beer Hall Putsch
    This was a failed attempt by the Nazi Party to seize control of the city of Munich in Germany under leader Adolf Hitler.
  • Jail TIme

    Jail TIme
    After his failed attempt to seize Munich, Hitler was sentenced to 5 years for treason, however he only served 8 months in jail.
  • Hitler Re-Founds the Nazi Party

    Hitler Re-Founds the Nazi Party
    Adolf Hitler spends the year successfully rebuilding the Nazi Party after his release from jail and soon takes over leadership role in party.
  • Mein Kampf

    Mein Kampf
    Adolf Hitler wrote volume one of Mein Kampf during his time in jail and when he got out it was published on July 18, 1925.
  • French leave Ruhr Valley

    French leave Ruhr Valley
    French troops leave the Ruhr valley after occupying it from Germany in the treaty of Versialles.
  • League of Nations

    League of Nations
    In September of 1926 Germany is admitted into the League of Nations.
  • Great Depression Effect on Nazis

    Great Depression Effect on Nazis
    Due to the Great Depression Nazis and Communists make great gains in support at the 1930 election gaining 95 representatives.
  • German Citizen

    German Citizen
    On February 25, 1932 Adolf Hitler was granted German citizenship after being an Austrian citizen up until then.
  • Chancellor

    Chancellor
    Adolf Hitler is appointed Chancellor of Germany on January 30, 1933.
    Chancellor of Germany- head of government in Germany not like kaiser that was the emperor of Germany
  • Dachau Concentration Camp

    Dachau Concentration Camp
    The first official Nazi concentration camp was opened in Dachau, Germany on March 22, 1933.
  • Only Political Party in Germany

    Only Political Party in Germany
    On July 14, 1933 the Nazi Party was declared the only political party in Germany.
  • Germany Leaves League of Nations

    Germany Leaves League of Nations
    On October 14, 1933 Germany quits the League of Nations.
  • Nuremburg Laws

    Nuremburg Laws
    The Nuremburg Laws were anit-Jewish racial laws that made Jewish people no loneger considered German citiznes.
  • Appeasement

    Appeasement
    Neville Chamberlain, prime minister of Great Britain, uses a policy of appeasement to avoid war with Germany.
    Appeasement- diplomatic policy of making political or material concessions to an enemy power in order to avoid conflict.
  • Germany Takes Czechoslovakia

    Germany Takes Czechoslovakia
    On my birthday, March 15, Germany invades and captures Czechoslovakia and makes the rregion a protectorate of Germany.
  • WW2 Begins

    WW2 Begins
    Germany invades Poland on September 1, 1939 to start WW2 where Hitler uses a new war tactic of blitzkrieg warfare.
    Blitzkrieg warfare- describing a method of warfare whereby an attacking force, forces a breakthrough into the enemy's line of defense through a series of short, fast, powerful attacks; and once in the enemy's territory, proceeds to dislocate them using speed and surprise, and then encircle them.
  • Auschwitz Opens

    Auschwitz Opens
    On May 20, 1940 the Auschwitz concentration camp opens which was one of the most brutal camps during WW2.
  • Adolf Hitler's Death

    Adolf Hitler's Death
    After losing the war Adolf Hitler commits suicide in Berlin, Germany on April 30, 1945.