Timline: 1918 - 1933

The boxes coloured black denote international events; the red are purely internal in Germany.

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  • Timeline of Internal and External Events: 1918 - 1933
    • 13th August 1923: Gustav Stresemann becomes Chancellor
      • 8th November 1923: Hitler and Ludendorff lead the Nazis into Munich to try and seize power in the Beer Hall Putsch.
        • Timeline of Internal and External Events: 1918 - 1933
          • 13th August 1923: Gustav Stresemann becomes Chancellor
            • 8th November 1923: Hitler and Ludendorff lead the Nazis into Munich to try and seize power in the Beer Hall Putsch.
              • 23rd November 1923: Stresemann's government collapses.
                • December 1923: Hyperinflation of the Mark peaks at £1 = 20 billion Marks
                  • September 1924: Dawes Plan comes into effect
                    • 7th June 1929: The Young Plan is proposed
                      • October 1929: Wall Street Crash
                        • January 1930: The Young Plan comes into effect
                          • September 1930: The Nazi Party emerge as the second largest party in Germany.
                            • May 1931: Unemployment in Germany reaches 4 million
                              • 10th April 1932: Hindenburg is reelected as President.
                                • 1st June 1932: Von Papen becomes Chancellor
                                  • December 1932: Von Schliecher becomes Chancellor
          • September 1930: The Nazi Party emerge as the second largest party in Germany.
            • May 1931: Unemployment in Germany reaches 4 million
              • 10th April 1932: Hindenburg is reelected as President.
                • 1st June 1932: Von Papen becomes Chancellor
                  • December 1932: Von Schliecher becomes Chancellor
        • 23rd November 1923: Stresemann's government collapses.
          • December 1923: Hyperinflation of the Mark peaks at £1 = 20 billion Marks
            • September 1924: Dawes Plan comes into effect
              • 7th June 1929: The Young Plan is proposed
                • October 1929: Wall Street Crash
                  • January 1930: The Young Plan comes into effect

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