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  1. 1. Events Leading Up To WW2 1929-19391929: Stock Market crashed in the U.S because of this they could not fund Germany anymore, so more people were without a job and Starving, they were desperate.1929: Great depression hit Germany. The lure of a steady job and food made Germans want to vote for a dictatorship(Hitler). People were desperate for money, food, and happiness.1930: Germans elect Nazis making them the second largest party in Germany. This was an obvious cry for help from the citizens.1930: Weimar government falls, as hard times hit Germany under Hindenburgs leadership. Nazis grew stronger.1931: German banking suffers, from the banking disaster, suffering from little cash. Mistrust of banks rise. Bank of England saves German banking.1931: Hitler meets Hindenburg. To prevent social democrats from forming a government, Hindenburg considers adding the Nazi party to an anti-left, anti-Marxist coalition.1932: Hitler obtains German citizenship, giving him the opportunity to run against Hindenburg. Has a better chance because of the hard times.1932: Chancellor Bruning resigns. Hindenburg chooses Papen, who has little support. So eventuallynames Adolf chancellor. This is the start of Hitlers pan to gain leadership.1933: Enabling Act gives Adolf dictatorial power. Here is when Hitler destroys everything he wants,has control of military and laws.1933: Nazi Party declared only political party. This is where Hitler was able to become leader of G ermany, started eliminating the Jewish people.1934: In the year 1934 2.5 million men were in the SA army compared to the 100,000 men in the regular military. More people were supporting the SA (nationalistic party) because during the depression they needed something to believe in.August 2nd 1934: President Hindenburg died, so Hitler named himself Fuhrer of Germany.http://www.orange-papers.org/orange-rroot240.html
  2. 2. 1935: Nuremburg Laws were instituted. These laws stripped the Jewish people of their rights, because Hitler instated these laws people were willing to follow them.1935: 60% of the youth in Germany were in some way apart of or supporting Hitler and his rulings. Even the youth of the country were wanting to support and fight for it.http://www.stephenhicks.org/2009/12/18/education-section-14-of-nietzsche-and-the-nazis/1936: Berlin hosted the Olympics so Hitler was able to portray his views to other countries. People questioned whether the Nazi s could accept the Olympic charter of participation1937: People supported the government enough to hold the Olympics, they supported their teams and who would be able to play on them, even the Jewish people etc. http://fcit.usf.edu/HOLOCAUST/gallery2/77805.htm
  3. 3. 1937: Hitler shows off his army and country to Mussolini, and then they become allied countries.1937: Hitler lays out a broad plan for taking over more countries for space. The country was coming together more and aligning itself with other countries so they would be able to control more. http://cille85.wordpress.com/2009/04/29/adolf-hitler/1938: Germany takes over Austria without any bloodshed, in a way of uniting all German speaking people.1938: “Night of Broken Glass” Was when there were many attacks on Jewish shops, people, etc People were devoted enough to Hitler, in their minds to their country to destroy anything Jewish.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:1938_Interior_of_Berlin_synagogue_after_Kristallnacht.jpg1939: Hitler invades Poland, the start of WW2.1939: Nazis begin euthanasia attacks on sick and disabled. They did this because those people were not perfect and could not work. http://www.historyguy.com/worldwartwo/world_war_two_images_invasion_of_poland.htm
  4. 4. Bibliography:Holocaust Time line: The Nazification of Germany. (n.d.). Florida Center for Instructional Technology. Retrieved January 23, 2011, from http://fcit.usf.edu/HOLOCAUST/timeline/nazifica.htmOURUMOV17. (n.d.). YouTube - The Great Depression in Germany . YouTube - Broadcast Yourself. . Retrieved January 23, 2011, from http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=lJDylTBTi6Y

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