Paris peace conference began month/year
Treaty of Versailles signed month/year
Nickname given to West Prussia and Posen. Lost to newly reconstituted Polish state at Versailles.
Industrial area on western border of Germany.
Largely rural area on western border of Germany which includes pockets of industrialised areas
David Lloyd George
Which British Prime Minister privately sought to minimise the strictness of the treaty of Versailles on Germany in order to restore lucrative prewar trade links.
In which year did the Washington Conference conclude?
Ratios of naval fleets agreed at Washington for USA, Britain, Japan, France, Italy.
Rapallo Treaty year
France/Belgium occupied the Ruhr month/year
Dawes Plan year
Locarno Pacts year
Italy (under Mussolini)
Which nation was the co-guarantor of the Locarno Pact along with Britain, France and Germany?
Kellogg-Briand Pact year
In which year did both Germany and Russia reach their prewar production levels?
Young Plan year
Which foreign policy development did the DNVP and the NSDAP to campaign against because they saw it as tying Germany to the treaty of Versailles for the decades to come.
Wall Street Crash/beginning of Great Depression month/year
Collapse of the SPD led Grand Coalition in Weimar Germany - year
Year of Japanese invasion of Manchuria
First Chancellor to rule Weimar Germany via presidential decree since Wall Street crash
Name of Hindenburg's key adviser - tried to form a coalition with an anti-Hitler faction within the NSDAP in Dec 1932. Murdered in NOLK 1934.
Second Chancellor that ruled Weimar Germany by presidential decree since Wall Street crash.
First election in Weimar Germany in 1932 - month
How many seats did the Nazis win in the July 1932 election?
In which month of 1932 did the second set of Reichstag elections take place ?
How many seats that the Nazis win in the Nov 1932 election?
30th January 1933
Hitler appointed Chancellor - exact date
Failed Nazi putsch in Austria - Mussolini wanted to keep Austria as an Italian sphere of influence - year
Hitler announced conscription and build up of Luftwaffe - month/year
Stresa Front (Britain, France, Italy) condemned German rearmament - month/year
Which dictator sought to use Stresa Front as a way of securing appeasement over his plans for a new Roman Empire in Africa?
Franco-Soviet Treaty of Mutual Assistance (though Britain remained suspicious of USSR) month/year
Anglo German Naval Agreement - month/year -- key moment in appeasement. Agreed that Germany was allowed to rearm its navy as long as it didn't go over 35% of Britain's capital ships. Parity in submarines.
Italy invaded Abyssinia - month/year
Hoare-Laval Pact - month/year -- a secret plan to get Mussolini to take only a third of Abyssinia in return for remaining on good terms with Britain and France. Mussolini about to accept when it was leaked to the press. Massive scandal, the plan was abandoned, Hoare resigned. Eden took over. The Italian invasion continued.
Over which Italian "sphere of influence" did Mussolini agree to give way to Germany in thanks for German assistance over Abyssinian crisis?
Reoccupation of the Rhineland - month/year
Which nation had a caretaker government during the Rhineland affair which hindered its ability to act quickly?
Outbreak of Spanish Civil War month/year
The so-called 'Hossbach conference' - month/year --showed Hitler that his generals were not in favour of his radical foreign policy plans. He followed it up with the removal of several moderating influences within the regime including Fritsch and Blomberg and Schacht. It thus preceded the so-called 'winter of radicalisation'.
Anschluss - month/year
Munich Agreement - where Britain agreed to German annexing the Sudetenland - month/year
Kristallnacht - month/year
Prague Affair - month/year - where Germany broke its promise at Munich and annexed more of Czechoslovakia
Which nation remained stubbornly against an Alliance with the USSR against Germany, thus arguably forcing Stalin to seek a way of preventing German aggression towards Russia?
Nazi-Soviet pact - apparently a nonaggression pact with a secret clause to divide up Poland between them.
Germany invaded Poland on the 1st Britain declared War on the 3rd. Which month/Year?
Which German historian claimed that Hitler represented a continuity in German foreign policy?
A JP Taylor
Which British historian claimed more or less the same thing as Fischer, that Hitler represented a continuity in German foreign policy?