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.

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  • Created on: 06-06-12 14:57
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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 Boards Act
1911: National Insurance
1912: London demonstration in March by the Suffragettes
1913: `Cat and Mouse' Act
1913: Derby ­ Emily Davison killed
1914: DORA (Defence of the Realm Act)
1914: First World War in August
1914: Suffragettes call off campaign at start of war
1915: women demand the `Right to Serve'
1916: Military Service Acts introduced conscription
1917: food shortages and rationing began
1918: Germany signed the Armistice
1918: general election ­ Lloyd George
1918: Kaiser Wilhelm abdicates and Germany is declared a republic
1918: Lord Beaverbrook led Ministry of Information
1918: Treaty of Brest-Litovsk (Germany and Russia)
1918: Representation of the People Act

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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.…read more

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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 leaves the League
1933: Jews banned from professions and shops boycotted
1933: March elections ­ 288 seats and joined with Centre Party, 81 Communists banned
1933: Reichstag Fire in February
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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…read more

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