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History timeline

1834: Poor Law

1886: Charles Booth study begins

1897: NUWSS founded

1900: `Labour' Party

1901: Seebohm Rowntree study begins

1903: WSPU founded

1906: School Meals Act

1907: free medical school checks

1908: `Children's Charter'
1908: Old Age Pensions Act

1909: Labour Exchanges Act
1909: `People's Budget'
1909: Trade…

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1918: Wilson issued his `Fourteen Points'
1918: women win the vote

1919: Germany is democratic ­ the Weimar Republic
1919: Hitler joins the DAP (German Workers' Party)
1919: Treaty of Neuilly with Bulgaria
1919: Treaty of St. Germain with Austria
1919: Treaty of Versailles with Germany
1919: Spartacus League revolution…

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1930: Hindenburg ruled by decree

1931: Manchuria crisis in September

1932: Disarmament Conference
1932: July elections ­ Nazis are the largest party with 230 seats
1932: Lord Lytton report
1932: November elections ­ seats fell to 196

1933: Enabling Law in March
1933: Hitler becomes Chancellor in January
1933: Japan…

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1939: WW2 in September

1941: attack on the Soviet Union affects Germany ­ losing

1942: `Final Solution' extermination camps
1942: Germany prepares for `total war'

1945: Nuremberg Trials

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History timeline

A timeline for OCR history for the International relations, German depth study and British depth study all on one timeline.

For events in the same year they are listed alphabetically.

Hope it helps!

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Pages in this set

Page 1

Preview of page 1
History timeline

1834: Poor Law

1886: Charles Booth study begins

1897: NUWSS founded

1900: `Labour' Party

1901: Seebohm Rowntree study begins

1903: WSPU founded

1906: School Meals Act

1907: free medical school checks

1908: `Children's Charter'
1908: Old Age Pensions Act

1909: Labour Exchanges Act
1909: `People's Budget'
1909: Trade…

Page 2

Preview of page 2
1918: Wilson issued his `Fourteen Points'
1918: women win the vote

1919: Germany is democratic ­ the Weimar Republic
1919: Hitler joins the DAP (German Workers' Party)
1919: Treaty of Neuilly with Bulgaria
1919: Treaty of St. Germain with Austria
1919: Treaty of Versailles with Germany
1919: Spartacus League revolution…

Page 3

Preview of page 3
1930: Hindenburg ruled by decree

1931: Manchuria crisis in September

1932: Disarmament Conference
1932: July elections ­ Nazis are the largest party with 230 seats
1932: Lord Lytton report
1932: November elections ­ seats fell to 196

1933: Enabling Law in March
1933: Hitler becomes Chancellor in January
1933: Japan…

Page 4

Preview of page 4
1939: WW2 in September

1941: attack on the Soviet Union affects Germany ­ losing

1942: `Final Solution' extermination camps
1942: Germany prepares for `total war'

1945: Nuremberg Trials

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khaledkaregar

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thank you  helped me alot