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Life in Nazi Germany AS LEVEL ­ Timeline
8th November 1923 ­ Munich Putsch

Hitler's first attempt at trying to take power by force.
Storm a beerhall meeting led by Lossow and Kahr and try and win
supporters for a `national revolution'.
Ludendorff (army general) and Hitler take to the…

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3rd February 1933 ­ Hitler attends an Army dinner

Hitler tries to compromise with the army as they have the power
to undermine him.
Hitler talks to Hammerstein (commander in chief) and tells him
that he plans to rearm the army and that he would not undermine
the army's role…

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Held on the first official day of spring which symbolised a new awakening.
Showed the unity of the old and new Germany.


24th March 1933 ­ Enabling Act

The Enabling Act gave Hitler the power to rule by decree for four years.
It required twothirds majority vote to become law…

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20th July 1933 ­ Concordat signed with the Catholic Church

The Nazi regime promised not to interfere with the Church and that the Church could
keep control of its schools.
The Vatican recognised the regime and promised not to interfere with its policies.
However in the summer of 1933 the…

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On the Night of the Long Knives the Gestapo arrested many of the SA leaders and
other political opponents. Rohm and at least 84 others were shot.

2nd August 1934 ­ Death of Hindenburg

After Hindenburg's death the army swore an oath of allegiance to Hitler which pledged
loyalty to…

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1937 ­ The Papal Encyclical

The Pope, Pius XI, decided that the Church could no longer remain silent in the face
of Nazi repression.
He issued an encyclical that condemned the hatred poured upon the Church that was
read out in services by Priests.
Because of the Nazis increased the…

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