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Consolidation of the Nazi State 1933-34.

Consolidation of the Nazi State 1933-34.

January 1933 30 th Jan - Hitler appointed Chancellor. February 1933 27 th Feb – Reichstag Fire. Blamed on communists. 28 th Feb – Emergency Decree. Suspended constitutional civil rights and gave power to the secret police. Used to repress the KPD. January 1934

By jaimin
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What comparison are they making about Obama and Why? Do you feel confident in the new leadership?

What comparison are they making about Obama and Why? Do you feel confident in the new leadership?

What comparison are they making about Obama and Why? Do you feel confident in the new leadership?. What challenges does President Elect Obama face that are similar to FDR?. PROMPT. How did the New Deal Respond to the problems of the depression and change the role of the federal government?.

By noel-jones
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How popular was the Nazi regime in the years 1933-39?

How popular was the Nazi regime in the years 1933-39?

How popular was the Nazi regime in the years 1933-39?. Who liked the Nazi regimes, or just did not out rightly oppose it. The extent to which consent based on terror and repression. Removal of the Communist threat.

By melony
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1933. 30.januar: Adolf Hitler blir kansler i Tyskland 20.mars: Dachau, den første konsentrasjonsleiren, opprettes utenfor München. De første fangene er kommunister, sosialdemokrater og fagforeningsmedlemmer

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Glass-Steagall Act, passed on 16 June 1933 **************

Glass-Steagall Act, passed on 16 June 1933 **************

Glass-Steagall Act, passed on 16 June 1933 ************** Depositary Institution Deregulation and Monetary Control Act passed in 1980, The Garn-St. Germain Depositary Institution Act deregulating The Savings and Loan industry in 1982, and the Riegle Neal Act 1994 (Interstate Banking)

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1914 - 1933

1914 - 1933

1914 - 1933. The Great War, The Roaring 20s, and a World Wide Depression. The Great War / World War I. After the push for colonization in the 1800s, European Nations began to begin to fight each other.

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US: 1933

US: 1933

US: 1933. UK: 2007. The great panics of American history. 1819

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1933- 1945

1933- 1945

The Holocaust: a great or complete devastation or destruction, especially by fire; any mass slaughter or reckless destruction of life. 1933- 1945. Historical Context of The Holocaust. Nationalistic fervor. Racism. Centuries-old bigotry. World War I. Antisemitism. 1933- 1945.

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1933- 1945

1933- 1945

The Holocaust: a great or complete devastation or destruction, especially by fire; any mass slaughter or reckless destruction of life. 1933- 1945. Historical Context of The Holocaust. Nationalistic fervor. Racism. Centuries-old bigotry. World War I. Antisemitism. 1933- 1945.

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1886 - 1933

1886 - 1933

1886 - 1933. Ü. 1935 - 1968. Û. Ü. 1970 - 2009. Û. Deutsches Entomologisches National-Museum. 1886 Gründung des "Deutschen Entomologischen National-Museums" (ENM) durch Vereinbarung zwischen Dr. Gustav Kraatz und dem Direktorium des Märkischen Provinzial-Museums der Stadt Berlin

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1933 - 1945

1933 - 1945

Chronology of the Holocaust. 1933 - 1945. January 30, 1933. Adolf Hitler is appointed the Chancellor. He is the supreme leader of the NSDAP( National Socialist German Workers Party) and the SA (Storm Troopers). March 5, 1933 . Rechstagwahl (parliamentary elections) Nazis receive 43.9% o vote.

By varen (184 views)

1873 - 1933

1873 - 1933

1873 - 1933. Panic of 1873. Economic depression during Grant’s second term Overexpansive, unregulated business during the post-Civil War years, the failure of American investment banking firms, and economic downturns in Europe all contribute to the panic

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