Timeline created by JuliaRumble
In History
  • End of World War 1 (Armistice Day)

    End of World War 1 (Armistice Day)
    Germany surrendered to the Allied Nations on November 11, 1918. This was as all nations had agreed to stop fighting whilst the idea of peace was being negotiated
  • Flu Pandemic breaks out (Spanish Flu)

    Flu Pandemic breaks out (Spanish Flu)
    A major flu pandemic broke out within Eurpoe, due to Spain being neutral during the war, they were able to report on it, thus why it got the name "Spanish Flu"
  • Treaty of Versailles

    Treaty of Versailles
    signed on June 28, 1919. The Allied Nations all came together in France to write up the treaty. Germany, Austria, and Hungary were not invited. Germany was blamed and punished severely for the war
  • NAZI party was founded

    NAZI party was founded
    The German NAZI party was officially founded in Munich
  • Roaring Twenties

    Roaring Twenties
    Period of time where culture boomed and exploded between both world wars. There were massive increases in culture, fashion and style in general
  • Hitler rises to power

    Hitler rises to power
    Hitler is officially appointed as leader of the Nazi Party after the Reichstag adopted the Enabling Act of 1933
  • Enabling Act passed

    Enabling Act passed
    the enabling act was passed, this being a major stepping stone to Hitler rising to power
  • occupation of Sudetenland

    occupation of Sudetenland
    Sudetenland, the part of Czechoslovakia inhabited by Germans, was controlled between the 1-10th of October by Germany
  • The Great Depression

    The Great Depression
  • Invasion of Czechoslovakia

    Invasion of Czechoslovakia
    German troops marched into Czechoslovakia. They took over Bohemia, and established a protectorate over Slovakia
  • Baltic War Breaks out

    Baltic War Breaks out
    the Baltic states, (Latgale, Lithuania and Finland) fought to gain independence from Russia
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    The Great Depression

    Unemployment rates in Germany, Austria and Poland rose to 20%. This massive spike in loss of jobs caused the economy to crash, as well as causing many people to starve due to lack of money to buy food