I’m continuing my WWII Timeline series with a look at October – December 1933 in this post.
A Timeline of WWII, Fall 1933
October 4, 1933
The Nazis enacted a law to prohibit Jews from being journalists and all newspapers were placed under Nazi control.
October 14, 1933
Following Japan’s lead on March 27, Germany withdrew from the League of Nations.
November 16, 1933
In a diplomatic agreement, Moscow agreed to not sponsor Communist propaganda in the United States.
November 24, 1933
The Nazis passed a Law against “Habitual and Dangerous Criminals”, which allowed beggars, the homeless, alcoholics, and the unemployed to be sent to concentration camps.
This series of posts is based on a compilation of timelines from:
The History Place:
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