The Nazi Paty takes control of Germany and the German president appoints Hitler as Chancellor
The boycott was a campaign that Nazi troops started by putting signs in front of Jewish-ownedstores. those sgns said: "Don't buy from
Jews". (this campaign only lasted a day)
University students burned more than 25,000 "un-German" books. They wanted to purify German literature of foreign (specially Jewish), immoral influences.
President Paul von Hindenburg dies and Hitler replaces him as the new president of Germany.
Hitler abolishes the office and declares himself Führer of Germany in addition of being Chancellor. Hitler becomes the new German dictator.
The Olympics started the 1st of August. Jesse Owens was a black athlete that won four gold medals that year. This was a "contradiction" to the Nazi belief of the Aryan supremacy.
Buchenwald was one of the largest concentration camp in Germany. it was only for male prisoners and was situated in east-central Germany.
All German passports held by Jews are invalidated. Jews needed to surrender their old passport and they will be valid only if the letter "J" is stamped on them.
German troops invade the Polish capital, initiating World War II in Europe
Because of the invation of Poland they both join the war.