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  • Hitler Appointed Chancellor of Germany

    Hitler Appointed Chancellor of Germany
    In 1933 Adolf Hitler was appointed as chancellor of Germany He convinces he German people to vote for him with his propaganda. On the night of January 30, 1933, the Nazis organized a massive torchlight parade in Berlin to celebrate the appointment of Hitler as Chancellor of Germany.
  • Hitler Proclaims Himself Leader and Reich Chancellor

    Hitler Proclaims Himself Leader and Reich Chancellor
    In 1934 Adolf Hitler proclaims himself leader and reich chancellor . Adolf Hitler and the Nazis ample opportunity to make plans to capitalize on his demise. Reich Chancellor Hitler planned to use President Hindenburg's death as an opportunity to seize total power in Germany by elevating himself to the position of Führer, or absolute leader, of the German nation and its people.
  • Nutemberg Laws Institited

    Nutemberg Laws Institited
    in 1935 At the annual party rally held in Nuremberg in 1935, the Nazis announced new laws which institutionalized many of the racial theories prevalent in Nazi ideology. The laws excluded German Jews from Reich citizenship and prohibited them from marrying or having sexual relations with persons of "German or related blood.
  • Juden Verboten Signs

    Juden Verboten Signs
    in 1936 the Germans war hosting the Olympics games and they had to take the Juden Verboten signs down until the Olympic games were over. The signs were like those used in the Jim Crow laws.
  • Buchenwald Opens

    Buchenwald Opens
    In 1937 Buchenwald camp opened. It was not like the other camps.In Buchenwald the prisoner’s would work to death instead of being killed. It was estimates that 56,000 prisoners were killed at Buchenwald.
  • Hitler Annexes Austria

    Hitler Annexes Austria
    in 1938 Hitler’s army annexes Austria by walking in and saying to the Austrian. Because of the economy he was able to do this with no consequences.
  • Munich Agreement

    Munich Agreement
    in 1938 Britain began to wonder what Hitler was doing with Austria and Hitler said I want to take Czechoslovakia. Britain made an agreement that he could have Sudanland but lhe took Czechoslovakia.
  • Jews Have Passports Stamped

    Jews Have Passports Stamped
    in 1938 the Jews people hade to have passports stampt with a "J" and they were marked. Because the Jews had no idea what was happening they were not concerned about it.
  • Kristallnacht

    On November 9–10, 1938, the state sanctioned, anti-Jewish riots—against the Jewish community of Germany. These came to be known as Kristallnacht now commonly translated as “Night of Broken Glass”.
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    On November 9–10, 1938, the state sanctioned, anti-Jewish riots—against the Jewish community of Germany. These came to be known as Kristallnacht now commonly translated as “Night of Broken Glass”
  • Germany Invades Poland

    Germany Invades Poland
    1939 the German battleship Schleswig-Holstein opened fire on the Polish garrison of the Westerplatte Fort, Danzig in what was to become the first military engagement of World War II.
  • german invasion

    german invasion
    in 1940 hitle starter going Denmark, Norway, Holland , Belgium , and France and sum cuntres did not put up a fight wen Hitler tuck France thes wen people started to fight
  • Auschwitz Is Created

    Auschwitz Is Created
    in 1940 Auschwitz is created Auschwitz is a death camp. "In work you will be free" was the sign above the camp this made people come.
  • Invasion of the Soviet Union

    Invasion of the Soviet Union
    In 1941 German invaded the Soviet Union. Stalin, the leader of the Soviet Union was an ally of Hitler's. Stalin instead joined the United States in fighting Hitler.
  • Final Solution

    Final Solution
    In 1941 Hitler came up with his plan to destroy all of the Jews in a plan he called The Final Solution.
  • Pearl Harbor

    Pearl Harbor
    In 1941 Japan attacked the military base at Pearl Harbor in the United States. This was a surprise attack and marked the moment that the United States entered the war.
  • Sobibor

    The small village of Sobibor is near the present-day eastern border of Poland revolt in snobbier is a consideration cap witch was estimated to have kill 100,000 jew wen it was open frown may to July of 1942.
  • Warsaw Ghetto

    Warsaw Ghetto
    Between July 22 and September 12, 1942, the German authorities deported or murdered around 300,000 Jews in the Warsaw ghetto. But it wus not a consintration camp.
  • Treblinka

    On August 2, 1943, prisoners seized weapons from the camp armory, but were discovered before they could take over the camp. Hundreds of prisoners took the main gate in an attempt to escape. Many were killed by machine-gun fire. More than 300 did escape -- though two thirds of those who escaped were eventually tracked down and killed by German SS and police as well as military units
  • D Day

    D Day
    June 1944 was a major turning point of World War II, particularly in Europe. Although the initiative had been seized from the Germans some months before, so far the western Allies had been unable to mass necessary men and material to risk an attack in northern Europe.
  • Russia Liberates Camps

    Russia Liberates Camps
    As Allied troops moved across Europe in a series of offensives against Nazi Germany, they began to encounter tens of thousands of concentration camp prisoners. Many of these prisoners had survived forced marches into the interior of Germany from camps in occupied Poland.
  • Hitler Commits Suicide

    Hitler Commits Suicide
    Adolf Hitler, dictator of Germany, burrowed away in a refurbished air-raid shelter, consumes a cyanide capsule, then shoots himself with a pistol
  • Germany Surrenders

    Germany Surrenders
    Russian troops fought to within yards of his subterranean bunker, Adolph Hitler put a pistol to his head, pulled the trigger and closed the curtain on the Third Reich. Before his death, Hitler anointed Admiral Karl Donitz as his successor with orders to continue the fighting. Hitler was unaware that the German surrender had already begun.