September 30, 2020
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I love you and your sister so much. My regards to both of you- Your Papa Joseph Hokello
30 Jun 2019
Wonderful work my son-your Papa Joseph Hokello
30 Jun 2019
Hitler was appointed chandler of germany
ss opens the Dachau concentration camp outside of munich
Boycott of Jewish-owned shops and businesses in Germany.
Law for the Reestablishment of the Professional Civil Service.
law against hereditary disease was prohibited
the Reichstag (Parliament) in Berlin is set on fire
elections for the Reichstag take place.
After the Nazis gained only 44% of the votes in the election
Dachau Concentration Camp is opened
the Enabling Act is passed in the Reichstag
Boycott day were jewish people owned shops.
they banned ritual slotter
Public burning of ‘Jewish’ and ‘un-German’ books by Nazi students in Berlin
Law for the Prevention of Offspring with Hereditary Diseases is passed
the Zionist Organisation of Germany and the Anglo-Palestine Bank sign the Haavara Agreement.
The Law on Reich Chamber of Culture is passed
Germany and Poland sign a 10-year non-aggression pact.
Ernst Roehm who was one of the first members of the Nazi Party, is executed on Hitler’s order. Roehm,
SS becomes an independent institution of the regime
Assassination Of Dollfuss
German President Paul von Hindenburg dead
the annual rally of the Nazi Party begins at Nuremberg
ninety percent of the electors vote for a re-union
On 16 March 1935 Germany renews universal military conscription, in violation of the Treaty of Versailles.
Benches only for arryans
the sale of newspapers to Jews is prohibited.
Hitler proclaims the antisemitic Nuremberg Laws at the annual party rally of the Nazis.
eople with ‘hereditary diseases’ are barred from marrying
he German army reoccupies the Rhineland
The end of the second Italo-Abyssinian War,
the Sachsenhausen concentration camp is established in Oranienburg
nazis are declared the only legal party.
jews can no longer be german citicen
jewish synagog destroyed in munich
Kristallnacht A night of extreme violence. Approximately 100 Jews were murdered,
jews had topay one million dollars for the damage of the kristallnacht.
Jewish children expelled from schools An order was issued that stated that Jewish children should not be allowed to attend non-Jewish German schools
Jews living in Austria and Czechoslovakia were deported
Jews in Poland were forced to sew a yellow star onto their clothes so that they could be easily identified.
A new concentration camp, Auschwitz, opened
Germany and japan sign an anti comintern pact
membership of the Hitlerjugend or HJ (Hitler Youth) becomes compulsory.
the Spanish city of Guernica is bombed by the German airforce and destroyed
A concentration camp is established in buchenwald.
Italy becomes a member of the anti comintern pact
Jews are forbidden to become members of the German Red Cross.
Jewish orginizations in germany lose official statis
any jew that has been convicted of a crime before will be arrested.
any jew would have to change there middle name to 1.
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