Hitlerjugend (Hitler Youth) officially formed, with Kurt Gruber as its leader.
Hitler Youth is declared the official youth group of the Nazi Party.
Bund Deutscher Mädel (BDM) founded.
Hitler named chancellor.
Reichstag building burns.
Enabling Acts grants Hitler dictatorial powers.
Hitler Youth raid Berlin Headquarters of German Youth Association.
Nazis boycott Jewish stores and businesses.
Law passed against "overcrowding" of German schools.
Nazis burn books.
Schirach appointed youth leader of the German Reich.
Reich Land Services sends city children to work on farms.
Hindenburg dies and Hitler becomes Führer.
Hitler initiates Reich Labor Service and begins to rearm military.
Nazis pass Nuremberg Laws against the Jews.
Hitler Youth Law makes membership compulsory for all eligible youth, ages 10-18.
Hitler toughens Hitler Youth Law, conscripting remaining eligible youth.
BDM help ethnic Germans move into Polish farms.
Artur Axmann succeeds Schirach as Hitler Youth Leader.
Antiaircraft batteries manned solely by Hitler Youth.
The 12th SS Panzer Grenadier Hitlerjugend Division officially activated.
Germany surrenders unconditionally.