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Mr.Gogolin Test 3 Timeline

I am aiming for a whiteboard theme this time.....check out the experimental re-themed Metro UI Timeline
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Alexander Riccio

on 31 May 2011

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Mr.Gogolin Test 3 Timeline 1900 1950 The aftermath of WWI The rise of Fascism Europe beetween wars: The eye of the storm Notes for Use in Timeline Construction (Ignore this, will be taken out)
Phase 1............................................................................................................................................................Complete!
- Planning.............................................................................................................................................................Done!
- Structure (Era, range)..............................................................................................................................Done!
- Centering and other perfectionist aspects of design................................................................Done!
Phase 2
- Gathering dates............................................................................................................................................Done!
- Plotting dates................................................................................................................................................Done!
- Check Self-notes..........................................................................................................................................Done!
- Centering and other perfectionist aspects of design
- Peer review (if possible)...........................................................................................................................Done!
Phase 3
- Path tweaking & improvement..................................................................................................................Done!
- Tweak CSS
Phase 4 - Editing
NOTE::: I was honestly going to put information about the atab in the back myth, but I couldn't get to it in such limitied time March 3rd 1918
The treaty of Brest-Litovsk is signed, ending hostilities beetween Germany and Russia (German word for coup d'état) November 8th 1923
Hitler and other Nazi Party leaders attempt the Beer Hall Putsch Then, the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic Russia however, lost 1/4th of its territory, and1/3rd of its industry April 6th 1919
Kurt Eisner of the SPD declares Bavaria a free Soviet Republic 15th October 1918
Adolf Hitler is wounded in a gas attack and admitted to a field hospital January 5th 1919
Workers lead a 7-day communist supported uprising against the government in what is know as the "Spartacist uprising" January 12th 1919
The Freikorps, a right-leaning paramilitary group of veterans surpresses the uprising under order of German Chanceller Friederich Ebert Note to self: Possibly going to integrate these sections in the future into something that recounts evidence of the stab in the back myth-- will come back to it from the end of the timeline or let it float on its own somewhere January 11th, 1923
Fed up with Germany's ability to pay war reparations, France and Belgium take action Thousands of French and Belgian troops occupy the Ruhr industrial region, a critically valuable, resource rich industrial center In response, the government activley encourages and financially supports a campaign of passive resistance, paying workers to stop working in the factories and protest the occupation This however , cost more than the Weimar Republic could pay and lead to rapid hyperinflation August13th 1923
Gustav Stresseman is appointed chancellor Under his government a new currency is issued, a treaty is signed (the Dawes Plan)that ties war reparations to Germany's ability to pay, while economic growth is fueled by American loans Hitler & his associates, Inspired by Mussolini's march on Rome, decided to have their own march on Berlin 600 SA troops surrounded the Beer hall, where a large number of right wing politicians were holding a meeting and held them hostage while attempting to gain their support The SA was dispatched to arrest Socialists and Jews Hitler and the SA were turned back when they made their way to the Bavarian defense ministry, Hitler being shot himself The Putsch ultimatley failed, with Hitler serving only eight months in jail, as the result of a sympathizing judge Germany enjoys several years of strong economic growth October 1929
Stock market crash in the United States signals the start of the great depression, and hard economic times for Germany, and destroys any remaining confidence in the economy January 30th 1933
Adolf Hitler is appointed chancellor February 27th 1933
The Reichstag burns, a communist is blamed February 28th 1933
Reichstag fire decree is passed, communist party banned, civil liberties suspended March 24th
the Enabling act is passed,
with the help of coercion The "Law to Remedy the Distress of the People and the Nation" English Laws passed by Hitler's government, but not the legislature, don't have to comply with the constitution Jargon Article 3
Laws enacted by the Reich government shall be issued by the Chancellor and announced in the Reich Gazette. They shall take effect on the day following the announcement, unless they prescribe a different date. Articles 68 to 77 of the Constitution do not apply to laws enacted by the Reich government. Article 1
In addition to the procedure prescribed by the constitution, laws of the Reich may also be enacted by the government of the Reich. This includes the laws referred to by Articles 85 Paragraph 2 and Article 87 of the constitution. Hitler's government can pass laws without consent of the legislature Article 2
Laws enacted by the government of the Reich may deviate from the constitution as long as they do not affect the institutions of the Reichstag and the Reichsrat. The rights of the President remain undisturbed. Elimination of the president's power Article 4
Treaties of the Reich with foreign states which affect matters of Reich legislation shall not require the approval of the bodies of the legislature. The government of the Reich shall issue the regulations required for the execution of such treaties. Further reduction of the legislature's power through elimination of their ability to regulate treaties Article 5
This law takes effect with the day of its proclamation. It loses force on 1 April 1937 or if the present Reich government is replaced by another. This law takes effect immediatley and will expire in 5 years unless re-authorized,
by the legislature or Hitler's government Late March 1933
KZ Dachau, The first concentration camp in Germany, is tasked with holding political prisoners April 11th 1933
[The] Reich Ministry of Public enlightenment and Propoganda, Headed by Joeseph Goebbels, is formed This new ministry is tasked with:
Censorship of litterature, the arts, and news outlets
Production of radio and film propoganda
Psychological warfare (I really just stuck this in here to show how bad bullet points are) September 1933 - September 1934
Numerous anti-Jewish laws passed Including... September 29, 1933
Nazis Prohibit Jews from owning land October 4th, 1933
Jews banned from being news paper editors May 17, 1934
Jews banned from using national health insurance May 17th, 1934
Jewish doctors banned from national health insurance September 15th, 1935
Laws prohibiting marrage and sex beetween Jews and Germans, and laws revoking citizenship of jews are enacted August 1938
All Jewish men and women who didn't bear Jewish first names had to add "Israel" and "Sara" respectivley 1 2 3 4 5 6 (Click here if you want to skip) August 2nd,1934
President Hindenburg dies of old age, Reichstag merges the offices of president with cancellor, and the army swears allegance to Hitler 1936
1936 Winter olympics are held in Nazi Germany, Anti-semetism is hidden from foreign view WWII and beyond March 12, 1938
Invasion & annexation of Austria "Anschluss" Austria, a dictatorship, had a strong Nazi presence but wasn't a Nazi country Furthermore, Austria had a population of 200,000 Jews German Troops met no resistance, and were even welcomed by crowds German and Austrian troops dismantle a border checkpoint Note to self: Integrate stab in the back myth? October 22 1922
Benito Mussolini and his Italian facist party march on Rome and gain control of the government March 15 1917
Tzar Nicholas II of Russia abdicates under pressure of the February Revolution, A provisional government is put in place. 7th November 1917
October Revolution overthrows Russian provisional government and gives power to the Soviets. A civil war ensues. 24th December 1925
Benitio Mussolini & and his National Fascist Party take power in Italy A Number of Chancellors are appointed, and a number resign Heinrich Brüning 30th March 1930 - 30th May 1932 Franz von Papen 1st June 1932 - 17 November 1932 Kurt von Schleicher 3rd December 1932 -28th January 1933 October 28, 1938
Nazis arrest 17,000 Polish Jews living in Germany, try to extradite them to Poland. Poland rejects them, and they are left stranded at the border November 7th 1938
Ernst vom Rath, third secretary in the German Embassy in Paris, is shot and mortally wounded by Herschel Grynszpan, the 17 year old son of the deported Polish Jews. November 9th 1938
Nazis use the assasinanation of Ernst Vom Rath to ban the remaining Jewish newspapers and magazines, and to ban Jewish children from attending public schools.

Anti-semitic Violence breaks out the next day as the public learns of the assasination, German police are told not to interfere unless Non-Jewish buisiness or property is at risk. Click anywhere to see detail
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