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10 Jan 2018
Hitler's Father Died
Hitler's Mother dies
Hitler Joins WWl
WWI ends with Germany signing the Armistice
Germany signs the Treaty of Versailles
Hitler Joins the German Workers’ Party
As Hitler becomes increasingly important to the German Workers’ Party thanks to his speeches, they declare a Twenty-Five Point Program to change Germany.
Hitler is able to become chairman of his party, which is renamed the National Socialist German Workers’ Party, or NSDAP.
Munich holds the first Nazi Party Congress.
Hitler believes the time is right to stage a coup. Aided by a force of SA brownshirts, the presence of WW1 leader Ludendorff, and browbeaten locals, he stages the Beer Hall Putsch.
Hitler gets a five-month Prison sentence for treason
Hitler released from jail, having written the start of Mein Kampf.
Hitler forms a personal bodyguard separate from the SA, called the SS.
the ban on Hitler speaking is lifted; he can now use his mesmeric and violent speechmaking to convert voters.
Elections to the Reichstag yield just 2.6 of the vote to the NSDAP.
he New York Stock Market begins to crash, causing a great depression in America and round the world.
Wilhelm Frick becomes interior minister in Thuringia, the first Nazi to hold a notable position.
Brüning takes charge of Germany via a right-leaning coalition. He wishes to pursue a deflationary policy to counter the depression.
Boosted by the rising unemployed, the decline of centre parties and a turn to both left and right extremists, the NSDAP get 18.3% of the vote and are the second largest party in the Reichstag.
The Harzburg Front is formed to try and organise Germany’s right into a workable opposition to the government and the left.
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