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- April 7, 1933
- Laws for the Restoration of the Professional Civil Service
“Civil servants who are not of Aryan (non-Jewish) descent are to be retired.”
- April 7, 1933
- Law Regarding Admission to the Bar
“Persons who, according to the Law for the Restoration of the Professional Civil Service of April 7, 1933, are of non-Aryan descent may be denied admission to the bar.”
- Albert Gorter, a prominent minister official gave the definition of Aryan as: The Aryans (also Indo-Germans, Japhetiten) are one of the three branches of the Caucasian (white race);they are divided into the western (European), that is the German, Roman, Greek, Slav, Lett, Celt [and] Albanesen, and the eastern (Asiatic) Aryans, that is the Indian (Hindu) and Iranian (Persian, Afghan, Armenian, Georgian, Kurd). Non-Aryans are therefore: 1. the members of two other races, namely the Mongolian (yellow) and the Negroid (black) races; 2. the members of the two other branches of the Caucasian race, namely the Semites (Jews, Arabs) and Hamites (Berbers). The Finns and the Hungarians belong to the Mongoloid race; but it is hardly the intention of the law to treat them as non-Aryans. Thus . . . the non-Jewish members of the European Volk are Aryan. National Socialists rejected the definition.
- holocaust survivor(Noun) – a person of the type targetted by the Nazi holocaust who survived
February 24, 1920 – The National-Sozialistische Deutsche ArbeiterPartei (NSDAP) is established – 60 members.
The “National Socialist German Worker’s Party” proclaims a 25 point party platform.
November 8, 1923 – “Beer-Hall Putsch” – Adolph Hitler, Eric Ludendorff, and two thousand followers attempt a coup in Munich, Germany.
The putsch occurs at the height of hyperinflation in the Weimar Republic.
February 26, 1924 – Adolph Hitler’s trial for treason in the “Beer-Hall Putsch” begins. It will end on March 21, 1924.
December 20, 1924 – Adolph Hitler is released from Landsberg Prison after serving just nine months for his part in the putsch.
July 18, 1925 – Volume 1 of Mein Kampf, authored by Adolph Hitler, is released. 500 copies of the book are published.
The original title, “Four and a Half Years [of Struggle] against Lies, Stupidity and Cowardice” is rejected and is shortened to, “My Struggle” (or My Battle or My Fight).
Volume 2 will follow in December 1926.
January 30, 1933 – Adolf Hitler is sworn in as Chancellor of the German government in a formal ceremony in the Reichstag building in Berlin.
February 27, 1933 – The ‘Reichstag Fire’ occurs as the Reichstag building in Berlin burns.
- March 23, 1923 – Enabling Act is passed by the German Parliament.
- April 7, 1933 – Laws for the Restoration of the Professional Civil Service is passed.
Pursuant to the Enabling Act these laws cannot be challenged or undone.