Germany timeline questions

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October 1918
Revolution from above
1 of 73
1918
The revolution from below
2 of 73
11 November 1918
The Armistice was signed
3 of 73
January 1919
Spartacist revolt
4 of 73
6th January 1919
Communist uprising
5 of 73
9th January 1919
DAF formed
6 of 73
28th June 1919
TOV signed
7 of 73
March 1920
The Kapp Putsch
8 of 73
March 1920
Communist uprising in the Ruhr
9 of 73
February 1920
25 point programme released by the DAP (before name change to Nazi)
10 of 73
7th August 1920
DAP changed name to Nationalist socialist german workers party (NSDAP/Nazi party)
11 of 73
1921
Hitler becomes Nazi party leader
12 of 73
February 1921
Communist rising in Saxony and Thuringia
13 of 73
1922
Communists governments set up in Saxony and Thuringia
14 of 73
September 1923
Streseman elected as chancellor
15 of 73
8th November 1923
Munich Putsch
16 of 73
November 1923
DM was replaced with RM
17 of 73
1923
Hyperinflation
18 of 73
1924
Dawes plan
19 of 73
1925
The locarno pact
20 of 73
1925
Ebert is replaced with Hindenburg
21 of 73
September 1926
Germany joins the LON
22 of 73
August 1928
The Kellogg-Briand pact
23 of 73
1929
The young plan
24 of 73
October 1929
The great depression
25 of 73
1929
Goebbels was named head of propaganda
26 of 73
1930
Bruning becomes chancellor
27 of 73
14th September 1930
107 Nazis elected into the Reichstag
28 of 73
1932
Bruning resigns as chancellor
29 of 73
May 1932
Von Papen becomes chancellor
30 of 73
November 1932
Von Papen resigns as chancellor
31 of 73
December 1932
Von Schleicher becomes chancellor
32 of 73
30th January 1933
Hitler becomes chancellor
33 of 73
27th February 1933
The Reichstag fire
34 of 73
28th February 1933
Decree for the protection of people and state
35 of 73
24th March 1933
The enabling act
36 of 73
April 1933
The Civil service was purged
37 of 73
April 1933
Nazi boycott of Jewish businesses
38 of 73
May 1933
Trade unions banned
39 of 73
28th May 1933
Local Nazi party wins in Danzig
40 of 73
22nd June 1933
SPD banned
41 of 73
30th June 1934
The Night of the long knives
42 of 73
July 1933
Concordat with the Pope
43 of 73
26th January 1934
Germany and Poland sign a non-aggression pact
44 of 73
2nd August 1934
Hindenburg dies
45 of 73
19th August 1934
Plebicite to confirm Hitler as Fuhrer
46 of 73
13th January 1935
Plebicite in Saar that votes to reunify with Germany
47 of 73
16th March 1935
Conscription is introduced in Germany
48 of 73
15th September 1935
The Nuremburg laws
49 of 73
7th March 1936
German troops re-occupy the Rhineland, Poland offer Military help to France
50 of 73
1st November 1936
Rome-Berlin axis
51 of 73
1936
The four year plan
52 of 73
5th November 1937
German-Polish minorities treaty
53 of 73
11-15th March 1938
Germany invades Austria
54 of 73
1st October 1938
Germany invades the Sudatenland
55 of 73
15th March 1939
Germany invades Czechoslovakia
56 of 73
30th March 1939
Britain offers Poland a guarantee to help them stay independent
57 of 73
23rd March 1939
Germany invades the free city of Menel
58 of 73
22nd May 1939
Pact of Steel
59 of 73
May 1939
France offers Poland same guarantee as Britain
60 of 73
23rd August 1939
Germany and USSR non-aggression pact
61 of 73
1939
Akton
62 of 73
7th May 1945
End of World War 2
63 of 73
June 1948- May 1949
Berlin blockade and Berlin airlift
64 of 73
March 1948
Erhard appointed as economic minister
65 of 73
1948
The Marshall plan
66 of 73
1948-1963
Erhard as economics minister
67 of 73
June 1948
RM replaced with the DM
68 of 73
22nd May 1949
FRG set up
69 of 73
1952
Equalisation of burdens act passed
70 of 73
1950-53
Korean war
71 of 73
1968
Emergency law passed
72 of 73
30th May 1968
Emergency powers added to the Basic law
73 of 73

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The revolution from below

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1918

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The Armistice was signed

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Spartacist revolt

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Communist uprising

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