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    1924  CEThe trial against Hitler in Munich.
    1925  CEHitler resurrects NSDAP political party in Munich.
    1932  CEGerman police raid Hitler's Nazi-headquarters.
    1932  CEImmigrant Adolf Hitler gets German citizenship
 30 Jan 1933  CENazis receive 92% of vote in Germany and Adolf Hitler Becomes Chancellor of Germany.
    1933  CE2 days after becoming chancellor, Adolf Hitler dissolves Parliament
    1933  CEAdolph Hitler named German Chancellor, forms government with Von Papen
    1933  CEEnabling Act: German Reichstag (Republic) grants Adolph Hitler dictatorial powers.
    1933  CEGerman President von Hindenburg appoints Hitler chancellor
    1933  CEHitler disallows German communist party (KPD).
    1933  CEHitler names Hjalmar Shaft, president of Bank of Germany.
    1933  CEHitler proclaims end of Marxism.
    1933  CEHitler promises parliamentary democracy.
    1933  CEHitler, Goring, Prince Ruprecht, Brüning and top army officials meet in Berlin.
    1933  CEIn Germany, Adolf Hitler bans trade unions
    1933  CEIn Germany, Adolf Hitler bans trade unions
 30 Jun 1934  CEThe 'Night of the Long Knives', when Hitler stages bloody purge of the Nazi party.
 19 Aug 1934  CEAdolf Hitler becomes Fuhrer of Germany.
    1934  CEHitler proclamation on German unified states.
    1934  CEPlebiscite in Germany approved sole executive power to Adolph Hitler
 16 Mar 1935  CEHitler orders German rearmament and introducing military conscription, violating Versailles Treaty.
  1 Aug 1936  CE11th Olympic Games is opened by Adolph Hitler in Berlin.
    1936  CEHitler breaks Treaty of Versailles, sends troops to Rhineland.
    1936  CEHitler introduces Ferdinand Porsche's 'Volkswagen'.
    1938  CEAdolph Hitler demands self-determination for Sudeten Germans in Czech
    1938  CEAustrian chancellor Schuschnigg visits Hitler in Berchtesgaden
    1938  CEBritish PM Chamberlain visits Hitler at Berchtesgarden
    1938  CEHitler seizes control of German army and puts Nazi personnel in key posts.
 15 Mar 1939  CEHitler occupies Bohemia & Moravia (Czechoslovakia).
 22 Mar 1939  CEHitler's Germany & Mussolini's Italy announced an alliance known as the Rome-Berlin Axis and sign the 'Pact of Steel'
  8 Nov 1939  CEAn assassination attempt on Hitler fails.
    1939  CEHitler proclaims to German parliament to exterminate all European Jews
 10 Jun 1940  CEMussolini joins Hitler in Germany's war and Italy declares war against France & Britain
    1940  CEAdolph Hitler & Benito Mussolini confer at Brenner Pass in the Alps
    1940  CEHitler affirms General von Rundstedts "Stopbevel"
  6 Apr 1941  CEGerman army invades Yugoslavia under Hitler's Directive 27
 10 May 1941  CEAdolph Hitler's deputy Rudolf Hess parachutes into Scotland
    1941  CEMartin Bormann succeeds Rudolf Hess as Hitler's deputy
    1941  CESerbian Prince Paul visits Hitler
    1943  CEFailed assassin attempt on Hitler during Smolensk-Rastenburg flight
    1943  CEHitler declares "Total War"
    1943  CEHitler orders nazi troops at Stalingrad to fight to death
    1943  CEHitler promotes Friedrich von Paul to General - field marshal
    1943  CEHitler visits field marshal von Mansteins headquarters in Zaporozje
    1943  CESign on Munich facade "Out with Hitler! Long live freedom!" done by "White Rose" student group, caught on 2/18, beheaded on 2/22
 14 Oct 1944  CEGerman Field Marshal Erwin Rommel commits suicide rather than face trial for his part in an attempt to overthrow Hitler
    1944  CEGeneral Rommel, Speidel & von Stülpnagel attempt to assassinate Hitler
    1944  CEHitler begins attack on English/US "terror pilots"
 30 Apr 1945  CEAdolf Hitler commits suicide (still desputed by some).
    1945  CEAdolf Hitler issues Nero Decree calling for the destruction of German facilities.
 
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