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Timeline of 1933-1939
Transcript of Timeline of 1933-1939
Hitler's armies used the tactic of Blitzkrieg, or lightning war, a combination of armored attack accompanied by air assault.
On September 1, 1939, Hitler invaded Poland, officially starting World War II.
In March 1938, as part of Hitler's quest for uniting all German-speaking people and for Lebensraum, Germany took over Austria without bloodshed.
In September 1938, Hitler eyed the northwestern area of Czechoslovakia, called the Sudetenland , which had three million German-speaking citizens.
In 1936, Berlin hosted the Olympics. Hitler viewed this as a perfect opportunity to promote a favorable image of Nazism to the world.
More than 120 laws, decrees, and ordinances were enacted after the Nuremburg Laws and Before the outbreak of WWII.
Hitler announced the Nuremburg Laws in 1935. These laws stripped Jews of their civil rights as German citizens.
On August 2, 1934, President Hindenburg died.
On January 30, 1933, President Paul von Hindenburg appointed Hitler Chancellor.
on February 27, 1933, the Reichstag building went up in flames.