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WWII Timeline – Summer 1933

I’m continuing my WWII Timeline series with a look at July – September 1933 in this post.

A Timeline of WWII, Summer 1933

July 1933

The Nazis enacted a law to allow forced sterilization of those found by a Hereditary Health Court to have genetic defects.

July 14, 1933

The Nazi Party was declared Germany’s only political party, which effectively outlawed all other political parties.

The Nazis enacted a law to strip Jewish immigrants from Poland of their German citizenship.

September 22, 1933

The Nazis established the government agency Reich Chamber of Culture as a professional organization of all German creative artists with the purpose to gain control over all cultural life in Germany, creating and promoting Aryan art consistent with Nazi ideals. All artists had to apply for membership on presentation of an Aryan certificate without which resulted in an occupational ban.

September 28, 1933

The Nazis enacted a law to prohibit all non-Aryans and their spouses from government employment.

 September 29, 1933

The Nazis enacted a law to ban Jews from all cultural and entertainment activities including literature, art, film and theater.

The Nazis prohibited Jews from owning land.

Sources:

This series of posts is based on a compilation of timelines from:

The Holocaust Encyclopedia

The History Place:

The National WWII Museum Interactive Timeline

Wikipedia

Most recent post from the series:

Spring 1933

© Cindy Farrar Bryan and The Arrowhead Club, 2018

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