Hitler's Rise to Power


Nazi March


Influenced by Mussolini's march in Rome, Hitler and the Nazi Party draws out a plan to take the power in Munich. In exchange of this, Hitler was then imprisoned.

Revival of the Nazi Party


When Hitler gets released, he builds the Nazi Party again

Economy Collapse


When the Dawes Plan took action in Germany, it helped Germany's economy improve and slowed down the inflation. However when the loans stop coming the people panic and unemployment increased. The people then turned to Hitler for security and leadership.

Appointed Chancellor


With the increasing popularity of the Nazi Party, President Paul von Hinderburg decides to appoint Hitler as the chancellor.

End of Treaty of Versailles


Germany stops obeying their conditions in the Treaty of Versailles. They already started building their army forces.


March 7, 1936

Germany's troops moved to Rhineland and this alerted France that war was coming. British then comes in and make an appeasement- gives in the aggressor to maintain peace. Eventually the balance of power shifts to Germany.

Axis Powers

October 1936

Noticing that Hitler is rising in power, Benito Mussolini make an alliance with Germany. They were soon joined by Japan and made up the Axis Powers that soon fight the Allies in WWII.

Third Reich


Hitler starts dominating territorial lands. He starts a plan that would get Austria and Czechoslovakia into the German Empire, a.k.a the Third Reich.

Munich Conference


Mussolini calls for a meeting between Germany, Britain, France and Italy. In this conference, they map out agreement to keep peace.



Kristallnacht, a.k.a the Night of the Broken Glass was the starting line of eliminating Jews from Germany. During this night, the Nazi broke in anything that belongs to a Jew