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  • Riots

    In Russia, there were riots against Jewish individuals, shops, homes or businesses. Often supported and even organized by the government. Thousands of Jews became homeless . href='http://'</a>
  • Birth of Hitler

    Birth of Hitler
    Adolf Hitler was born on April 20th 1889 in Braunau-am-Inn, Austria near the German Border.
  • Karl Leuger

    Karl Leuger
    Karl Leuger blamed the Jews for Vienna’s financial problems and roused the crowds with Anti-Semitic fervor.</a>

    The ‘superior race’ belief was based on the theory of group inequality within each species, a major presumption and requirement of Darwin’s original ‘survival of the fittest’ theory. This philosophy culminated in the ‘final solution’, the extermination of approximately six million Jews.
  • Militarry service

    Militarry service
    1914, he volunteered for service in the German army and was accepted into the 16th Bavarian Reserve Infantry Regiment . Hitler fought bravely in the war and was promoted to corporal and decorated with both the Iron Cross Second Class and First Class.
  • Forceabley Moved

    Forceabley Moved
    600,000 Jews were forcibly moved from the western borders of Russia towards the interior. About 100,000 died of exposure or starvation.
  • Versailles Treaty

    Versailles Treaty
    The Versailles Treaty was Written after WW1 in order to make Germany Repay for the Cauing of the war;boundaires were moved,their army was made smaller,they had to pay back the allies for the war, they lost valuable coal mines and lost an extensive amount of land.
    The most vendictive Articles of the treaty are 27-41. It lost Germany a great deal of land, which in turn stripped them of becoming a world power and making them become a weak country.
  • Revolt weimer

    Revolt weimer
    On November 8th,1923 Hitler led an attempt to take over the local Bavarian Government in Munich in an action that became known as the "Beer Hall Putsch
  • Chancellor. weimer republic

     Chancellor. weimer republic
    Weimar Republic President Paul von Hindenburg appoints Adolph Hitler Chancellor.
  • Reichstag Fire Weimer Republic

    Reichstag Fire Weimer Republic
    The German Parliament (Reichstag) burns down. A dazed Dutch Communist named Marinus Van Der Lubbe is found at the scene and charged with arson. [He is later found guilty and executed].
  • civil liberties Weimer Rebulic

    civil liberties Weimer Rebulic
    President Hindenburg and Chancellor Hitler invoke Article 48 of the Weimar Constitution, which permits the suspension of civil liberties in time of national emergency
  • First Hundred Days Weimer

    First Hundred Days Weimer
    The Reichstag passes the Law for Terminating the Suffering of People and Nation , also known as the Enabling Law , essentially granting Adolph Hitler dictatorial power.
  • weimer republic

    weimer republic
    German state Governments Abolished, and 1 dictatoral government was setup. Frrom Headline Handout.
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  • Jewish Immigration in Venezuela

    Jewish Immigration in Venezuela
    The Jewish people did not become established in Venezuela until the middle of the 19th century. In the 1920s' and 1930's the Jewish immigration from Eastern and Central Europe increased tremendously. However, by the end of the 1930's, the Venezuelan government had imposed restriction on Jewish immigration. For instance, they could not own certain things such as stores or homes. Hence, the population of Jewish living in Venezuela started to decline by the 1940's.
  • Reich Citizenship neurenberg laws

    Reich Citizenship neurenberg laws
    These laws defined what a citizen of German was., and considered to be. From Handout Sec 2 of reich citizenship
  • German blood Nuremberg laws

    German blood  Nuremberg laws
    Theses laws ban marriiages, sex and hirement between Jews and non Jews, in order to protect the German Blood from getting more contaminated. From Handout Sec 2 Law regulating protection and honor
  • Regulations of Reich Law Nuremberg laws

    Regulations of Reich Law Nuremberg laws
    These laws banned Jews from serving in public office and voting in political elections. They defined what a Jew was. From Handout SEC 4 Regulation of citizenship law
  • Kristallnacht

    There were 101 synagogues were destroyed and almost 7,500 Jewish businesses were destroyed. 26,000 Jews were arrested and sent to concentration camps, where Jews were physically attacked and beaten and 91 died.
  • Economic Neurenberg laws

    Economic Neurenberg laws
    These laws banned Jews from trade, Owning stores, operating sale agencies. Jews can no longer be the Boss of a Company. SEC 1 of economic life handout
    reichsgeetzblatt 1, 1938 p.1580
  • Propaganda

    This Chapter of a Die jüdische Weltpest talks about how the jews are parasites and also talks about how they infiltrate every city in the world. They get whatever they want without even working for it. They infect every nation. It is targeting all the German non jews.
  • Post Office/Emigration neurenberg laws

    Post Office/Emigration neurenberg laws
    Jews must be sent of of Germany as fast as possible. Documantations to where they go must be reported. Handout establish of the reich post office part 3