Edexcel - The Rise of Nazi Germany DATES

A very detailed list of dates, I doubt we have to remember them all but it gives a good overview of the whole course.

AS NAZI GERMANY - the collapse of the Weimar government and start of Nazism. On the Nationalism paper.  (not many people seem to be doing this anyway)

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Nazi Germany - important dates
1871 Formation of Imperial Germany
1918 September Germany lose WW1
3rd October Prince Max of Baden appointed chancellor
9th November Weimar republic established, Ebert appointed chancellor
10th November Ebert-Groener agreement (between army and Weimar)
15th November - Stinnes-Leigen agreement (between trade unions and industrialists)
1919 January Reichstag elections (76% voted pro-democratic)
28th June Treaty of Versailles signed
Creation of German Workers Party (DAP - later Nazi party)
1920 March Kapp Putsch
June Reichstag elections (support for democracy declined - 48%)
1923 January France occupy the Ruhr (passive resistance proclaimed)
August Stesemann made chancellor
8-9th November Munich Putsch
December Introduction of Rentenmark
1924 Dawes Plan
May Reichstag elections (higher democratic vote - 74%)
1925 Hindenburg elected president
October Locarno Pact (agreements with France)
1928 May Reichstag elections (disappointing Nazi vote - 2.6%)
1929 October Wall Street Crash
1930 March Bruning appointed chancellor (Muller resigned)
Young Plan
September Reichstag elections (Nazi party 2nd largest party)
1932 May Papen appointed chancellor (Bruning resigns)
July Reichstag elections (Nazis are largest party - 37%)
September Vote of no confidence for Papen
November Reichstag elections (Nazi vote drops slightly - 33%)
December Schleicher appointed chancellor (Papen dismissed)
1933 30th January Hitler appointed chancellor (Schleicher dismissed)
27th February Reichstag fire
March Schacht appointed President of Reichsbank
Josef Goebbels appointed Minister of Public Enlightenment & Propaganda
5th March Final Reichstag elections (corrupt - Nazi vote 88%)
23rd March Enabling Act passed
1st April Official boycott of Jewish shops (failure)
May Burning of the Books
July Concordat with Pope
14th July All political opposition to NSDAP illegal
1934 30th June Night of the Long Knives
2nd August Death of Hindenburg - Hitler declared Fuhrer and Reich Chancellor
September New Plan introduced (controlling imports)

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Creation of Confessional Church
Reich Ministry of Education created
1935 15th September Nuremberg Race Laws
1936 Berlin Olympics
June Heinrich Himmler appointed Chief of Gestapo
October Four-Year plan established (rearmament/autarky)
1937 November Resignation of Schacht
1938 12th March Anschluss - German union with Austria
9-10 November Kristallnacht
3rd December Decree for closure of all Jewish businesses
1939 1st September Curfew for Jews
German invasion of Poland
3rd September Britain and France declare war on Germany
December War Economy decrees (blitzkrieg)
1941 22nd June German…read more


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