Inter-War Period

Inter-War Period
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  • Beer Hall Putsch  11/1923
  • Let's rise up and mutinize against the government
  • I'm Down
  • But Hitler, that is against the law and you could get punished
  • Hilter Writes Mein Kampt 7/1925
  • Sentenced to 5 years for treason?... What a joke? I think I will write a book about "My Struggle" in order to gain supporters of the NAZI Party
  • We love you Hitler. Make Germany strong again b/c we are angery
  • Hitler Named Chancellor 1/19
  • Hey everyone, I now run this and I did it legally. I was chosen by the president and now I am rising in power
  • We will do whatever you tell us to.
  • Adolf Hitler and his followers staged the Beer Hall Putsch in Munich, a failed takeover of the government in Bavaria. Hitler had led the Nazi Party, a political group that promoted German pride and anti-Semitism and was unhappy with the terms of the Treaty of Versailles.
  • Reichstag Fire 2/1933
  • Volume One of Adolf Hitler’s philosophical autobiography, Mein Kampf, is published. It was a blueprint of his agenda for a Third Reich and a clear plan on how to exterminate the Jewish race and bring forth a "pure-blooded race". The book sold a total of 9,473 copies in its first year.
  • Enabling Act 3/1933
  • Now I can make any law  I want. Hmmmm..... How can I use this power to eliminate the Jews. No one can stop me now
  • President Paul von Hindenburg names Adolf Hitler, leader Nazi Party, as chancellor of Germany.The year 1932 had seen Hitler’s meteoric rise to prominence in Germany, spurred largely by the German people’s frustration with dismal economic conditions. A charismatic speaker, Hitler channeled popular anger with the post-war government into support for his new Nazi party. In an election held in July 1932, the Nazis won 230 governmental seats
  • The Night of the Long Knives 6/1934
  • Political Advisors
  • The Reichstag Fire was a dramatic arson attack occurring in February 1933, which destroyed the building that housed the Reichstag (German parliament) in Berlin. Claiming the fire was part of a Communist attempt to overthrow the government, the newly named Reich Chancellor Adolf Hitler used the fire as an excuse to seize absolute power in Germany, paving the way for the rise of his Nazi regime.
  • The Enabling Act allowed the Reich government to issue laws without the consent of Germany’s parliament, laying the foundation for the complete Nazification of German society. The law was passed on March 24, 1933, and its full name was the “Law to Remedy the Distress of the People and the Reich.”
  • Make some new laws that terrorize those Jews
  • Nazi leader Adolf Hitler orders a bloody purge of his own political party, assassinating hundreds of Nazis whom he believed had the potential to become political enemies in the future. The leadership of the Nazi Storm Troopers (SA), whose four million members had helped bring Hitler to power in the early 1930s, was especially targeted.  Many top Nazi political advisors were slaughtered as well
  • Now that I am in 100% control, I do not trust any of my old political advisors. Go kill as many of them as you can.
  • That's what we SS do boss
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