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SIDNEY WALLACH
Hitler - Menace to Mankind
Emerson Books, 1933

                    _Calendar of Hitlerism_

Adolf Hitler born in Austria, April 20, 1889

Settles in Munich 1912

Joins German army, August 7, 1914

Wounded at front October 7,  1916; 
   gassed October 14, 1918

Joins German Workers Party (later National 
   Socialist Worker Party) May, 19199 

Addresses first mass meeting, February 24, 
   1920

Munich beer hall putsch, November 8, 1923

Arrested November 12, 1923

Brought to trial February 1924

Sentenced to five-year prison term, February 
   1924

Released from prison December 1924

National Socialists win 12 Reichstag seats, 
   May, 1928

Wilhelm Frick - Minister o. interior in Thuringia, 
   January 1930

Nazis obtain 6,400,000 votes & 107 Reichstag 
   seats, Sept. 14, 30

Hitler received 11,341,119 votes f. president, 
   March 10, 1932

Hitler loses presidency to Hindenburg, but secures 
   13,418,670 votes, April 10, 1932

Nazis in coalition with other parties obtain control 
   of Prussia and other state Diets, April 13,32 

Nazis lose 34 seats in Reichstag elections, November 
   6, 1932

Hindenburg rejects Hitler's demand f. Nazi cabinetm 
   [sic] November 24,1932

Hitler sworn in as Chancellor, January 30, 1933

Nazis win election majority, receiving 17,280,000 
   votes, March 5, 1933              

New Reichstag convening at Potsdam votes itself 
   out of existence for four years; Hitler becomes 
   dictator, March 23, 1935



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