Weimar Germany and Hitler's Rise to power

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January 1919
Spartacist uprising
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November 1919
Hitler joins the German Worker's Party
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March 1920 (2)
Kapp's Putsch and Hitler became party leader and renamed the party "The National Socialist German Workers' Party (Nazi Party)
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1921
The SA is set up
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1923 (2)
Occupation of the Ruhr. Hyperinflation
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August 1923
Stresemann becomes Chancellor
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August 1923
Stresemann becomes Chancellor
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November 1923 (2)
Munich putsch & Stresemann calls of passive
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August 1923
Stresemann becomes Chancellor
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November 1923 (2)
Munich putsch & Stresemann calls of passive resistance in the Ruhr
10 of 72
February 1924
Hitler's trial
11 of 72
1924 (3)
Mein Kampf written, change in Nazi policy, first election 52 seats won
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August 1923
Stresemann becomes Chancellor
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November 1923 (2)
Munich putsch & Stresemann calls of passive resistance in the Ruhr
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February 1924
Hitler's trial
15 of 72
1924 (3)
Mein Kampf written, change in Nazi policy, first election 52 seats won
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April 1924
Dawes plan (Economic aid to Germany)
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August 1923
Stresemann becomes Chancellor
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November 1923 (2)
Munich putsch & Stresemann calls of passive resistance in the Ruhr
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February 1924
Hitler's trial
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1924 (3)
Mein Kampf written, change in Nazi policy, first election 52 seats won
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April 1924
Dawes plan (Economic aid to Germany)
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1925
Hindenburg elected
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August 1923
Stresemann becomes Chancellor
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November 1923 (2)
Munich putsch & Stresemann calls of passive resistance in the Ruhr
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February 1924
Hitler's trial
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1924 (3)
Mein Kampf written, change in Nazi policy, first election 52 seats won
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April 1924
Dawes plan (Economic aid to Germany)
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1925 (2)
Hindenburg elected as president and Locarno pact introduced
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August 1923
Stresemann becomes Chancellor
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November 1923 (2)
Munich putsch & Stresemann calls of passive resistance in the Ruhr
31 of 72
February 1924
Hitler's trial
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1924 (3)
Mein Kampf written, change in Nazi policy, first election 52 seats won
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April 1924
Dawes plan (Economic aid to Germany)
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1925 (2)
Hindenburg elected as president and Locarno pact introduced (demilitarised the Rhineland)
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August 1923
Stresemann becomes Chancellor
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November 1923 (2)
Munich putsch & Stresemann calls of passive resistance in the Ruhr
37 of 72
February 1924
Hitler's trial
38 of 72
1924 (3)
Mein Kampf written, change in Nazi policy, first election 52 seats won
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April 1924
Dawes plan (Economic aid to Germany)
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1925 (2)
Hindenburg elected as president and Locarno pact introduced (demilitarised the Rhineland)
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1929 (3)
1929 Wall Street Crash The Great Depression The Young Plan
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August 1923
Stresemann becomes Chancellor
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November 1923 (2)
Munich putsch & Stresemann calls of passive resistance in the Ruhr
44 of 72
February 1924
Hitler's trial
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1924 (3)
Mein Kampf written, change in Nazi policy, first election 52 seats won
46 of 72
April 1924
Dawes plan (Economic aid to Germany)
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1925 (2)
Hindenburg elected as president and Locarno pact introduced (demilitarised the Rhineland)
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1929 (3)
Wall Street Crash, The Great Depression, The Young Plan (settling German reparations)
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1920
Nazis got 107 seats in the election
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1932
Nazis
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August 1923
Stresemann becomes Chancellor
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November 1923 (2)
Munich putsch & Stresemann calls of passive resistance in the Ruhr
53 of 72
February 1924
Hitler's trial
54 of 72
1924 (3)
Mein Kampf written, change in Nazi policy, first election 52 seats won
55 of 72
April 1924
Dawes plan (Economic aid to Germany)
56 of 72
1925 (2)
Hindenburg elected as president and Locarno pact introduced (demilitarised the Rhineland)
57 of 72
1929 (3)
Wall Street Crash, The Great Depression, The Young Plan (settling German reparations)
58 of 72
1920
Nazis got 107 seats in the election
59 of 72
1932
Nazis become the largest single party with 230 seats
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November 1932
von Papen loses Chancellorship
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August 1923
Stresemann becomes Chancellor
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November 1923 (2)
Munich putsch & Stresemann calls of passive resistance in the Ruhr
63 of 72
February 1924
Hitler's trial
64 of 72
1924 (3)
Mein Kampf written, change in Nazi policy, first election 52 seats won
65 of 72
April 1924
Dawes plan (Economic aid to Germany)
66 of 72
1925 (2)
Hindenburg elected as president and Locarno pact introduced (demilitarised the Rhineland)
67 of 72
1929 (3)
Wall Street Crash, The Great Depression, The Young Plan (settling German reparations)
68 of 72
1920
Nazis got 107 seats in the election
69 of 72
1932
Nazis become the largest single party with 230 seats
70 of 72
November 1932
von Papen loses Chancellorship
71 of 72
December 1932
von Schleicher become Chancellor
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Hitler joins the German Worker's Party

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November 1919

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The SA is set up

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Occupation of the Ruhr. Hyperinflation

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