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HISTORY CAMBRIDGE A2 (PAPER 4)
PRESENTATION 1
HITLER MODULE
1. WHY DID HITLER GAIN POWER IN 1933?
PROBLEMS FACING
WEIMAR POLITICIANS
FROM 1929
GERMANY 1918
4 October 1918 - Prince Maximilian of Baden replaces Count Georg von
Hertling as Chancellor of Germany.
7 October – 3 November 1918 - Naval mutinies.
4 November 1918 - Sailors and worker's councils declare general strikes.
5 November 1918 - 3rd Squadron revolts.
7 November 1918 - 100,000 workers march on the Royal House of
Wittelsbach. The King of Bavaria flees.
8 November 1918 - All 22 of Germany’s lesser kings, princes, grand dukes,
and ruling dukes had been deposed.
GERMANY 1918
9 November 1918
Proclamation of the Republic by Philipp Scheidemann. Some hours later,
proclamation of the Socialist Republic by Karl Liebknecht; also Matthias
Erzberger arrives at Allied HQ at Compiegne. Kaiser Wilhelm told to
abdicate, Prince Max formally announces the abdication of Wilhelm. Social
Democrats demand government from Prince Max. Friedrich Ebert assumes
the chancellery. First German Republic is established.
11 November 1918 - First World War ended.
Mid December, 1918 - First Freikorps unit formed.
GERMANY 1918
23 December 1918 - Lt. Dorrenbach with the Volksmarine Division declare
gov. under arrest, surround the chancellery and occupy phone exchange.
24 December 1918 - Battle of the Schloss.
30 December 1918 - Spartakusbund splits from the Independent Socialists
(later becomes the Communist Party).
GERMANY 1919
January 1919 - Independent Socialists & Spartacus Bund stage large
protests. Large sections of Berlin seized. Also: "Free Workers' Committee
for a fair Peace" renamed German Workers Party.
10 January 1919 - Battle of Berlin begins; Counter-revolution.
13 January 1919 - Battle of Berlin finished.
January 1919 - Bremen seized. Also: German Gov. moved to the city of
Weimar.
6 February 1919 - Fritz Ebert opens the Reichstag in Weimar, Germany.
11 February 1919 - Friedrich Ebert (SPD) leaves office. Also: Philipp
Scheidemann appointed chancellor.
GERMANY 1919
21 February 1919 - Kurt Eisner assassinated. Also: Attempted assassination
of Erhard Auer.
3 March 1919 - 2nd Battle for Berlin; Communists seize Berlin; Weimar
government appoints Gustav Noske as German defense minister.
7 March 1919 - Communist Strike Committee withdraws proclamation and
makes peace overtures to government.
10 March 1919 - Gustav Noske orders Peoples’ Naval Division disbanded.
Battle for Berlin over.
March 1919 - Adolf Hitler finishes job of guarding Russian prisoners.
6 - 7 April 1919 - Bavaria declared a Soviet Republic.
GERMANY 1919
14 April 1919 - Freikorps suppress Communists in Dresden.
18 April 1919 - Freikorps suppress Communists in Brunswick. Also: Battle of
the Bavarian governments at Dachau. Communists defeat republican
forces.
27 April 1919 - Battle for Munich between Communists and Freikorps units.
29 April 1919 - German representatives arrive in Paris.
1 May 1919 - Communist defences at Munich breached.
2 May 1919 - City of Munich taken; not declared secure until May 6;
approximately 1200 Communists killed.
GERMANY 1919
7 May 1919 - German Delegation presented with the terms of the TOV
10 May 1919 - Freikorps suppress communists in Leipzig.
18 June 1919 - Germany given ultimatum to sign Treaty of Versailles
21 June 1919 - Philipp Scheidemann (SPD) leaves office
22 June 1919 - German Reichstag ratify the Versailles Treaty.
28 June 1919 - Versailles Treaty signed in the Hall of Mirrors.
11 August 1919 - The Weimar Constitution is announced.
11 September 1919 - Adolf Hitler sent as Vertrauensmann to infiltrate the
German Workers' Party.
GERMANY 1920
January 1920 - The DAP grew to 190 members.
4 February 1920 - Allies demand 900 Germans be handed over for war
crimes.
20 February 1920 - DAP changes name to National Socialist German
Workers’ Party.
February 1920 - Inter-Allied Control Commission order 2/3 of Freikorps
disbanded.
24 February 1920 - First public meeting of the NSDAP.
13 March 1920 - Kapp Putsch.
GERMANY 1920
27 March 1920 - Gustav Bauer (SPD) leaves office.
31 March 1920 - Adolf Hitler mustered out of the military.
3 April 1920 - 21 different Freikorps units, under the command of General
Baron Oskar von Watter, annihilate the Ruhr Communist uprising in five
days; thousands killed.
April 1920 - Government stops paying Freikorps units.
10 May 1920 - Dr. Joseph Wirth and Walter Rathenau announce their
"Policy of Fulfilment"; not received well by nationalist groups.
GERMANY 1920
21 June 1920 - Hermann Mueller (SPD) leaves office.
11 August 1920 - National Disarmament Law takes effect; disbanded civil
guards.
17 December 1920 - NSDAP buys its first paper, the Voelkischer
Beobachter.
December 1920 - NSDAP total party membership comes to 2,000.
GERMANY 1921
21 March 1921 - Plebiscite in Upper Silesia. They vote to remain part of
Germany.
March, 1921 - Allied Plebiscite Commission draws boundary based on
plebiscite results, giving about 30% of Upper Silesia to Poland. Large
minority populations exist on both side of the boundary.
27 April 1921 - Allied Reparations Committee levels 33 billion war
reparations debt onto Germany; commands the handing over of 26% of all
exports for 42 years and puts the Germans into 12 billion in arrears.
3 May 1921 - Polish insurgents under Wojciech Korfantry rise up in Upper
Silesia.
GERMANY 1921
5 May 1921 - London Ultimatum which set the total sum of the war
indemnity at 132 billion marks.
10 May 1921 - Konstantin Fehrenbach (Center) leaves office
23 May 1921 - German Freikorps smash Polish forces at St. Annaberg.
24 May 1921 - Under Allied pressure, all Freikorps units outlawed.
11 July 1921 - Adolf Hitler resigns from the party to force the hand of
Anton Drexler not to unite with the DSP.
25 July 1921 - Adolf Hitler rejoins the party.
GERMANY 1921
29 July 1921 - Adolf Hitler assumes leadership of the NSDAP. He becomes
"Der Fuehrer".
26 August 1921 - Matthias Erzberger, (finance minister of 1920) gunned
down by killers.
17 September 1921 - Hitler and SA disrupt speech by Otto Ballestedt of
the Bayernbund; beaten badly; Hitler with others arrested.
26 October 1921 - Dr. Joseph Wirth (Center) forms 2nd cabinet.
GERMANY 1922
12 January 1922 - Adolf Hitler sentenced to three months.
24 June 1922 - Hitler incarcerated. Also: Walter Rathenau assassinated.
German mark was 272 to 1 American dollar.
27 July 1922 - Hitler released.
July 1922 - 670 marks = 1 US dollar
August 1922 - 2,000 marks = 1 US dollar
27 October 1922 - Benito Mussolini establishes his Fascist dictatorship in
Italy.
GERMANY 1922
October 1922 - 45,000 marks = 1 US dollar
22 November 1922 - Dr. Wirth leaves office
November 1922 - 100,000 marks = 1 US dollar
27 December 1922 - France occupies the Ruhr to ensure payment of war
reparations in kind. The Weimar government responds by funding
'passive resistance' of the workers through printing Papiermarks, further
fuelling hyperinflation.
30 December 1922 - 500,000 marks = 1 US dollar
GERMANY 1923
February 1923 - Reichsbank buys back Papiermark; stabilizes value at
20,000 to 1 US dollar
May 4, 1923 - 40,000 = 1 US dollarℳ
May 27, 1923 - Albert Leo Schlageter, a German freebooter and saboteur,
was executed by a French firing squad in the Ruhr. Hitler declared him a
hero that the German nation was not worthy to possess.
June 1, 1923 - 70,000 =1 US dollarℳ
June 30, 1923 - 150,000 = 1 US dollarℳ
August 1-August 7, 1923 - 3,500,000 = 1 US Dollarℳ
August 13, 1923 - Dr. Wilhelm Cuno (no party affiliation) leaves office
GERMANY 1923
August 15, 1923 - 4,000,000 = 1 US Dollarℳ
September 1, 1923 - 10,000,000 = 1 US Dollarℳ
Around September 10 to September 25, 1923 - Prices reportedly rise
hourly in several German cities.
September 24, 1923 - Chancellor Stresemann ends the passive resistance
in the Ruhr; infuriates the nationalists.
September 30, 1923 - Major Fedor von Bock crushes a coup attempt by
the Black Reichswehr. Also: 60,000,000 = 1 US Dollarℳ
October 6, 1923 - Dr. Gustav Stresemann (People’s) forms 2nd cabinet
GERMANY 1923
October 20, 1923 - General Alfred Mueller marches on Saxony to prevent a
communist takeover. Also: General Otto von Lossow in Bavaria is relieved of
command by Berlin; he refuses.
October 23, 1923 - Communist takeover of Hamburg
October 25, 1923 - Hamburg uprising suppressed
November 8, 1923 - Beer Hall Putsch for one day
November 15, 1923 - Rentenmark issued, with value backed by mortgage
payments on state property; Rentenmark 4.2 = 1 US dollar; at this time:
Papiermark 4,200,000,000 = 1 US dollar
November 30, 1923 - Dr. Stresemann leaves office.
GERMANY 1924
February 26, 1924 - Hitlerputsch trial begins.
June 3, 1924 - Dr. Wilhelm Marx (Center) forms 2nd cabinet
August 29, 1924 - Dawes Plan agreed by Reichstag.
December 20, 1924 - Hitler released from Landsberg Prison.
GERMANY 1925
January 4, 1925 - Hitler begins his political comeback by meeting with new
ministers and President of Bavaria.
January 15, 1925 - Dr. Marx leaves office.
February 27, 1925 - Nazi party refounded.; Hitler gives his first speech
since release from prison.
February 28, 1925 - Reichspresident Friedrich Ebert dies.
March 29, 1925 - First round of presidential elections: no candidate
receives absolute majority.
GERMANY 1925
April 25, 1925 - Second round of presidential elections: Paul von
Hindenburg, the candidate of the right wing parties, wins over Wilhelm
Marx, candidate of the Centre party
July 1925 - French and Belgian troops evacuate the Ruhr completely.
November 22, 1925 - Strasser wing of Nazi party goes into rebellion.
October 16, 1925 - Locarno Treaty signed
GERMANY 1926
January 20, 1926 - Dr. Hans Luther (No party affiliation) forms 2nd cabinet
February 14, 1926 - Bamberg conference begins.
April 24, 1926 - Germany and Soviet Union sign Berlin Treaty.
May 12, 1926 - Dr. Luther leaves office over flag dispute
May 16, 1926 - Marx cabinet of the Center, BVP, DDP, DVP.
June 20, 1926 - Referendum on expropriation of princely families.
September 10, 1926 - Germany enters League of Nations
GERMANY 1927
January 29, 1927 - Marx’s 3rd cabinet leaves office
July 16, 1927 - Unemployment Insurance Law passed.
GERMANY 1928
May 1928 - Adolf Hitler speaking ban lifted in Bavaria.
29 June 1928 - Marx’s 4th cabinet leaves office
27 August 1928 - Kellogg–Briand Pact signed
20 October 1928 - Alfred Hugenberg becomes head of DNVP
8 December 1928 - Prelate Kaas becomes head of Center party.
GERMANY 1929
7 June 1929 - Young Plan resets reparations amount, and allows it to be
paid in installations over a period of 58.5 years.
3 October 1929 - Foreign minister Gustav Stresemann dies.
24 October 1929 - Black Thursday stock market crash, start of world
economic collapse.
22 December 1929 - Liberty Law referendum to reject Young Plan fails due
to extremely low turnout (14.9% - 50% was required for it to be valid).
GERMANY after 1929
30 March 1930 - Hermann Mueller’s (SPD) 2nd cabinet leaves office
30 June 1930 - French troops leave the Rhineland ahead of schedule.
16 July 1930 - Reichstag dissolved; first emergency decree by
Reichspresident.
August 1930 - SA commander in Berlin Walter Stennes calls for SA general
strike against Nazi Party.
14 September 1930 - Reichstag elections; gains by Nazi Party who become
the second-largest party (behind the SPD.)
September 1930 - Hitler at trial of 3 SA Lieutenants disavows the SA goals
of replacing the army and hence appeases the German army.
GERMANY after 1929
11 May 1931 - Austrian Kreditanstalt collapses
May 1931 - Four million unemployed in Germany.
20 June 1931 - Herbert Hoover puts moratorium on reparations.
13 July 1931 - German bank crisis.
11 October 1931 - Harzburg Front formed of coalition between DNVP,
Stahlhelm, and Nazi Party.
GERMANY after 1929
10 April 1932 - Paul von Hindenburg reelected President of Germany.
30 May 1932 - Henrich Bruening (Center) leaves office.
1 June 1932 - Franz von Papen cabinet
16 June - 9 July 1932 - Lausanne conference
20 July 1932 - Von Papen dissolves Prussian government.
31 July 1932 - Reichstag elections, Nazi party becomes the largest party.
6 November 1932 - Reichstag elections; Nazis lose votes.
17 November 1932 - Franz von Papen (Center) leaves office
3 December 1932 - Kurt von Schleicher cabinet
GERMANY after 1929
28 January 1933 - Kurt von Schleicher (no party affiliation) leaves office
30 January 1933 - Adolf Hitler is sworn in as Chancellor of Germany.
23 March 1933 - Adolf Hitler establishes the Third Reich (Enabling Act of
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CAMBRIDGE A2 HISTORY: PROBLEMS FACING WEIMAR POLITICIANS FROM 1929

  • 1. HISTORY CAMBRIDGE A2 (PAPER 4) PRESENTATION 1 HITLER MODULE 1. WHY DID HITLER GAIN POWER IN 1933? PROBLEMS FACING WEIMAR POLITICIANS FROM 1929
  • 2. GERMANY 1918 4 October 1918 - Prince Maximilian of Baden replaces Count Georg von Hertling as Chancellor of Germany. 7 October – 3 November 1918 - Naval mutinies. 4 November 1918 - Sailors and worker's councils declare general strikes. 5 November 1918 - 3rd Squadron revolts. 7 November 1918 - 100,000 workers march on the Royal House of Wittelsbach. The King of Bavaria flees. 8 November 1918 - All 22 of Germany’s lesser kings, princes, grand dukes, and ruling dukes had been deposed.
  • 3. GERMANY 1918 9 November 1918 Proclamation of the Republic by Philipp Scheidemann. Some hours later, proclamation of the Socialist Republic by Karl Liebknecht; also Matthias Erzberger arrives at Allied HQ at Compiegne. Kaiser Wilhelm told to abdicate, Prince Max formally announces the abdication of Wilhelm. Social Democrats demand government from Prince Max. Friedrich Ebert assumes the chancellery. First German Republic is established. 11 November 1918 - First World War ended. Mid December, 1918 - First Freikorps unit formed.
  • 4. GERMANY 1918 23 December 1918 - Lt. Dorrenbach with the Volksmarine Division declare gov. under arrest, surround the chancellery and occupy phone exchange. 24 December 1918 - Battle of the Schloss. 30 December 1918 - Spartakusbund splits from the Independent Socialists (later becomes the Communist Party).
  • 5. GERMANY 1919 January 1919 - Independent Socialists & Spartacus Bund stage large protests. Large sections of Berlin seized. Also: "Free Workers' Committee for a fair Peace" renamed German Workers Party. 10 January 1919 - Battle of Berlin begins; Counter-revolution. 13 January 1919 - Battle of Berlin finished. January 1919 - Bremen seized. Also: German Gov. moved to the city of Weimar. 6 February 1919 - Fritz Ebert opens the Reichstag in Weimar, Germany. 11 February 1919 - Friedrich Ebert (SPD) leaves office. Also: Philipp Scheidemann appointed chancellor.
  • 6. GERMANY 1919 21 February 1919 - Kurt Eisner assassinated. Also: Attempted assassination of Erhard Auer. 3 March 1919 - 2nd Battle for Berlin; Communists seize Berlin; Weimar government appoints Gustav Noske as German defense minister. 7 March 1919 - Communist Strike Committee withdraws proclamation and makes peace overtures to government. 10 March 1919 - Gustav Noske orders Peoples’ Naval Division disbanded. Battle for Berlin over. March 1919 - Adolf Hitler finishes job of guarding Russian prisoners. 6 - 7 April 1919 - Bavaria declared a Soviet Republic.
  • 7. GERMANY 1919 14 April 1919 - Freikorps suppress Communists in Dresden. 18 April 1919 - Freikorps suppress Communists in Brunswick. Also: Battle of the Bavarian governments at Dachau. Communists defeat republican forces. 27 April 1919 - Battle for Munich between Communists and Freikorps units. 29 April 1919 - German representatives arrive in Paris. 1 May 1919 - Communist defences at Munich breached. 2 May 1919 - City of Munich taken; not declared secure until May 6; approximately 1200 Communists killed.
  • 8. GERMANY 1919 7 May 1919 - German Delegation presented with the terms of the TOV 10 May 1919 - Freikorps suppress communists in Leipzig. 18 June 1919 - Germany given ultimatum to sign Treaty of Versailles 21 June 1919 - Philipp Scheidemann (SPD) leaves office 22 June 1919 - German Reichstag ratify the Versailles Treaty. 28 June 1919 - Versailles Treaty signed in the Hall of Mirrors. 11 August 1919 - The Weimar Constitution is announced. 11 September 1919 - Adolf Hitler sent as Vertrauensmann to infiltrate the German Workers' Party.
  • 9. GERMANY 1920 January 1920 - The DAP grew to 190 members. 4 February 1920 - Allies demand 900 Germans be handed over for war crimes. 20 February 1920 - DAP changes name to National Socialist German Workers’ Party. February 1920 - Inter-Allied Control Commission order 2/3 of Freikorps disbanded. 24 February 1920 - First public meeting of the NSDAP. 13 March 1920 - Kapp Putsch.
  • 10. GERMANY 1920 27 March 1920 - Gustav Bauer (SPD) leaves office. 31 March 1920 - Adolf Hitler mustered out of the military. 3 April 1920 - 21 different Freikorps units, under the command of General Baron Oskar von Watter, annihilate the Ruhr Communist uprising in five days; thousands killed. April 1920 - Government stops paying Freikorps units. 10 May 1920 - Dr. Joseph Wirth and Walter Rathenau announce their "Policy of Fulfilment"; not received well by nationalist groups.
  • 11. GERMANY 1920 21 June 1920 - Hermann Mueller (SPD) leaves office. 11 August 1920 - National Disarmament Law takes effect; disbanded civil guards. 17 December 1920 - NSDAP buys its first paper, the Voelkischer Beobachter. December 1920 - NSDAP total party membership comes to 2,000.
  • 12. GERMANY 1921 21 March 1921 - Plebiscite in Upper Silesia. They vote to remain part of Germany. March, 1921 - Allied Plebiscite Commission draws boundary based on plebiscite results, giving about 30% of Upper Silesia to Poland. Large minority populations exist on both side of the boundary. 27 April 1921 - Allied Reparations Committee levels 33 billion war reparations debt onto Germany; commands the handing over of 26% of all exports for 42 years and puts the Germans into 12 billion in arrears. 3 May 1921 - Polish insurgents under Wojciech Korfantry rise up in Upper Silesia.
  • 13. GERMANY 1921 5 May 1921 - London Ultimatum which set the total sum of the war indemnity at 132 billion marks. 10 May 1921 - Konstantin Fehrenbach (Center) leaves office 23 May 1921 - German Freikorps smash Polish forces at St. Annaberg. 24 May 1921 - Under Allied pressure, all Freikorps units outlawed. 11 July 1921 - Adolf Hitler resigns from the party to force the hand of Anton Drexler not to unite with the DSP. 25 July 1921 - Adolf Hitler rejoins the party.
  • 14. GERMANY 1921 29 July 1921 - Adolf Hitler assumes leadership of the NSDAP. He becomes "Der Fuehrer". 26 August 1921 - Matthias Erzberger, (finance minister of 1920) gunned down by killers. 17 September 1921 - Hitler and SA disrupt speech by Otto Ballestedt of the Bayernbund; beaten badly; Hitler with others arrested. 26 October 1921 - Dr. Joseph Wirth (Center) forms 2nd cabinet.
  • 15. GERMANY 1922 12 January 1922 - Adolf Hitler sentenced to three months. 24 June 1922 - Hitler incarcerated. Also: Walter Rathenau assassinated. German mark was 272 to 1 American dollar. 27 July 1922 - Hitler released. July 1922 - 670 marks = 1 US dollar August 1922 - 2,000 marks = 1 US dollar 27 October 1922 - Benito Mussolini establishes his Fascist dictatorship in Italy.
  • 16. GERMANY 1922 October 1922 - 45,000 marks = 1 US dollar 22 November 1922 - Dr. Wirth leaves office November 1922 - 100,000 marks = 1 US dollar 27 December 1922 - France occupies the Ruhr to ensure payment of war reparations in kind. The Weimar government responds by funding 'passive resistance' of the workers through printing Papiermarks, further fuelling hyperinflation. 30 December 1922 - 500,000 marks = 1 US dollar
  • 17. GERMANY 1923 February 1923 - Reichsbank buys back Papiermark; stabilizes value at 20,000 to 1 US dollar May 4, 1923 - 40,000 = 1 US dollarℳ May 27, 1923 - Albert Leo Schlageter, a German freebooter and saboteur, was executed by a French firing squad in the Ruhr. Hitler declared him a hero that the German nation was not worthy to possess. June 1, 1923 - 70,000 =1 US dollarℳ June 30, 1923 - 150,000 = 1 US dollarℳ August 1-August 7, 1923 - 3,500,000 = 1 US Dollarℳ August 13, 1923 - Dr. Wilhelm Cuno (no party affiliation) leaves office
  • 18. GERMANY 1923 August 15, 1923 - 4,000,000 = 1 US Dollarℳ September 1, 1923 - 10,000,000 = 1 US Dollarℳ Around September 10 to September 25, 1923 - Prices reportedly rise hourly in several German cities. September 24, 1923 - Chancellor Stresemann ends the passive resistance in the Ruhr; infuriates the nationalists. September 30, 1923 - Major Fedor von Bock crushes a coup attempt by the Black Reichswehr. Also: 60,000,000 = 1 US Dollarℳ October 6, 1923 - Dr. Gustav Stresemann (People’s) forms 2nd cabinet
  • 19. GERMANY 1923 October 20, 1923 - General Alfred Mueller marches on Saxony to prevent a communist takeover. Also: General Otto von Lossow in Bavaria is relieved of command by Berlin; he refuses. October 23, 1923 - Communist takeover of Hamburg October 25, 1923 - Hamburg uprising suppressed November 8, 1923 - Beer Hall Putsch for one day November 15, 1923 - Rentenmark issued, with value backed by mortgage payments on state property; Rentenmark 4.2 = 1 US dollar; at this time: Papiermark 4,200,000,000 = 1 US dollar November 30, 1923 - Dr. Stresemann leaves office.
  • 20. GERMANY 1924 February 26, 1924 - Hitlerputsch trial begins. June 3, 1924 - Dr. Wilhelm Marx (Center) forms 2nd cabinet August 29, 1924 - Dawes Plan agreed by Reichstag. December 20, 1924 - Hitler released from Landsberg Prison.
  • 21. GERMANY 1925 January 4, 1925 - Hitler begins his political comeback by meeting with new ministers and President of Bavaria. January 15, 1925 - Dr. Marx leaves office. February 27, 1925 - Nazi party refounded.; Hitler gives his first speech since release from prison. February 28, 1925 - Reichspresident Friedrich Ebert dies. March 29, 1925 - First round of presidential elections: no candidate receives absolute majority.
  • 22. GERMANY 1925 April 25, 1925 - Second round of presidential elections: Paul von Hindenburg, the candidate of the right wing parties, wins over Wilhelm Marx, candidate of the Centre party July 1925 - French and Belgian troops evacuate the Ruhr completely. November 22, 1925 - Strasser wing of Nazi party goes into rebellion. October 16, 1925 - Locarno Treaty signed
  • 23. GERMANY 1926 January 20, 1926 - Dr. Hans Luther (No party affiliation) forms 2nd cabinet February 14, 1926 - Bamberg conference begins. April 24, 1926 - Germany and Soviet Union sign Berlin Treaty. May 12, 1926 - Dr. Luther leaves office over flag dispute May 16, 1926 - Marx cabinet of the Center, BVP, DDP, DVP. June 20, 1926 - Referendum on expropriation of princely families. September 10, 1926 - Germany enters League of Nations
  • 24. GERMANY 1927 January 29, 1927 - Marx’s 3rd cabinet leaves office July 16, 1927 - Unemployment Insurance Law passed.
  • 25. GERMANY 1928 May 1928 - Adolf Hitler speaking ban lifted in Bavaria. 29 June 1928 - Marx’s 4th cabinet leaves office 27 August 1928 - Kellogg–Briand Pact signed 20 October 1928 - Alfred Hugenberg becomes head of DNVP 8 December 1928 - Prelate Kaas becomes head of Center party.
  • 26. GERMANY 1929 7 June 1929 - Young Plan resets reparations amount, and allows it to be paid in installations over a period of 58.5 years. 3 October 1929 - Foreign minister Gustav Stresemann dies. 24 October 1929 - Black Thursday stock market crash, start of world economic collapse. 22 December 1929 - Liberty Law referendum to reject Young Plan fails due to extremely low turnout (14.9% - 50% was required for it to be valid).
  • 27. GERMANY after 1929 30 March 1930 - Hermann Mueller’s (SPD) 2nd cabinet leaves office 30 June 1930 - French troops leave the Rhineland ahead of schedule. 16 July 1930 - Reichstag dissolved; first emergency decree by Reichspresident. August 1930 - SA commander in Berlin Walter Stennes calls for SA general strike against Nazi Party. 14 September 1930 - Reichstag elections; gains by Nazi Party who become the second-largest party (behind the SPD.) September 1930 - Hitler at trial of 3 SA Lieutenants disavows the SA goals of replacing the army and hence appeases the German army.
  • 28. GERMANY after 1929 11 May 1931 - Austrian Kreditanstalt collapses May 1931 - Four million unemployed in Germany. 20 June 1931 - Herbert Hoover puts moratorium on reparations. 13 July 1931 - German bank crisis. 11 October 1931 - Harzburg Front formed of coalition between DNVP, Stahlhelm, and Nazi Party.
  • 29. GERMANY after 1929 10 April 1932 - Paul von Hindenburg reelected President of Germany. 30 May 1932 - Henrich Bruening (Center) leaves office. 1 June 1932 - Franz von Papen cabinet 16 June - 9 July 1932 - Lausanne conference 20 July 1932 - Von Papen dissolves Prussian government. 31 July 1932 - Reichstag elections, Nazi party becomes the largest party. 6 November 1932 - Reichstag elections; Nazis lose votes. 17 November 1932 - Franz von Papen (Center) leaves office 3 December 1932 - Kurt von Schleicher cabinet
  • 30. GERMANY after 1929 28 January 1933 - Kurt von Schleicher (no party affiliation) leaves office 30 January 1933 - Adolf Hitler is sworn in as Chancellor of Germany. 23 March 1933 - Adolf Hitler establishes the Third Reich (Enabling Act of 1933).