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  Nazi Propaganda (1933-1945)
Two Streicher speeches from March and April 1933.
Der Führer 1933: Hitler's accomplishments of that year.
A 1933 letter from a German propagandist to an American friend.
www.calvin.edu /academic/cas/gpa/ww2era.htm   (2380 words)

  
 Germany in 1933
In March of 1933, a majority of German citizens did not vote for Hitler.
Given their built-in weakness and their willingness to swallow the most outrageous Big Lies emanating from the propaganda ministry and the media, most Germans were fruit waiting to be plucked by the Nazi harvesters.
After all that, I do not see that one can blame the majority of Germans who, in 1933, believed that the Reichstag fire was the work of the Communists.
www.crisispapers.org /Editorials/germany-1933.htm   (2747 words)

  
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Since the number of tunnels that any one host or router may be using may grow to be quite large, this state information can be cached and discarded when not in use.
These packets are addressed to the Gilligan & Nordmark Standards Track [Page 11] RFC 1933 IPv6 Transition Mechanisms April 1996 encapsulating node because it is the IPv4 source of the encapsulated packet.
Gilligan & Nordmark Standards Track [Page 19] RFC 1933 IPv6 Transition Mechanisms April 1996 4.4.1 On/Off Link Determination Part of the process of determining what packet format to use includes determining whether a destination is located on an attached link or not.
www.ietf.org /rfc/rfc1933.txt   (5242 words)

  
  1933 Atlantic hurricane season - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The 1933 Atlantic hurricane season officially began on June 1, 1933, and lasted until November 30, 1933.
The 1933 season is the second most-active hurricane season on record, with 21 recorded tropical cyclones forming during the season.
1933 held the record for the most active Atlantic season for 72 years until the 2005 season broke the record with 28 storms.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/1933_Atlantic_hurricane_season   (280 words)

  
 1933 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
1933 (MCMXXXIII) was a common year starting on Sunday (link will take you to calendar).
April 5 - International court in the Hague decides that Greenland belongs to Denmark and condemns Norwegian landings on eastern Greenland.
April 7 - Beer is legalized in the US 8 months before the full repeal of Prohibition on December 5, 1933
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/1933   (2380 words)

  
 NAAF Holocaust Project 1933
March 13, 1933: Jewish lawyers and judges are expelled from court in Breslau.
March 23, 1933: Enabling Act passed: All control of the Reich budget, approval of treaties, and the initiation of constitutional amendments was handed by the Reichstag to the Reich cabinet for a period of four years.
November 12, 1933: Election of Nazi slate as the single party to the Reichstag by a plurality of 95%.
www.neveragain.org /tfactg33.htm   (827 words)

  
 Third Reich 1933-1945 (Germany)
However, when the 1871-1918 flag was readopted in 1933 as co-national flag (together with the swastika flag), did it keep the 2:3 ratio (and the swastika a 3:5 one), or was it enlarged to 3:5?
Except for the form of the eagle, this is the same as the flag of the Governors of German East Africa and Kiaochao of the Imperial era.
This flag was official for vessels of the armed forces not entitled to fly the ensign from 11th March to 22nd April 1933, when it was superseded by the Government Authorities flag [state flag and ensign].
flagspot.net /flags/de1933.html   (813 words)

  
 Kansas History as Published in the State Press, August 1933
1933, describing the activities of Arthur B. Campbell, of near Moscow, in the Stevens county seat warfare.
The address, which was printed in the Dodge City Daily Globe, April 1, 1933, told of the hurried construction through southwest Kansas to fulfill the land grant stipulation and the later development to California and to Chicago.
The story, which appeared June 9, 1933, stated that the Kaw is "the true river between Kansas City and the Mississippi," and that "the Missouri, from a point in North Dakota to Kansas City, probably is the `newest' river in the United States."
www.kancoll.org /khq/1933/33_3_offthepress.htm   (4754 words)

  
 Timebase Multimedia Chronography(TM) - Timebase 1933
1933 March 28 The German Catholic episcopate, organized in the Fulda Bishop's Conference, withdraws its earlier prohibition against membership in the Nazi party, and admonishes the faithful to be both loyal and obedient to the new Nazi regime.
1933 April 6 The Paris Journal publishes a story by a correspondent in Berlin reporting that Germany has made overtures to the Vatican concerning a concordat, one of the main points of which is a provision that would forbid Catholic priests to be candidates for political office.
1933 June 26 The Federation of Jewish Communities of Switzerland and the Berne Jewish Community bring an action against five members of the Swiss National Front, seeking a judgment that The Protocols of the Elders of Zion are a forgery and a prohibition of their publication.
www.humanitas-international.org /showcase/chronography/timebase/1933tbse.htm   (10608 words)

  
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But it was not until 1933 that any legal action was taken in this respect: On 26th June, 1933, the Federation of Jewish Communities of Switzerland and the Berne Jewish...
On February 27, 1933, the German Reichstag or Parliament was destroyed by fire.
That's why in 1933 when the US was playing like it was bankrupt when it really wasn't was to...
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 Kansas History as Published in the State Press, November 1933
1933, and was published in the Topeka Pink Rag in its issues of July 28 and August 4.
The story appeared on the anniversary of its fight, which is annually commemorated with appropriate ceremonies by the Beecher Island Memorial Association, on the battleground, now a Colorado state park.
Sears, of Lawrence, was the title of an article printed in the Topeka Daily Capital, September 24, 1933, concerning the elections of John J. Ingalls and William A. Harris.
www.kancoll.org /khq/1933/33_4_offthepress.htm   (2983 words)

  
 Technorati Tag: 1933
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The Transport of Ore in Double-Spiral-Flow Pipes Vienna, July 1939 (Schauberger Archives) (The Energy Evolution, page 93-94) In 1933 a proposal was...
Historia 1933-1939 El 30 de enero de 1933, Adolfo Hitler fue nombrado Canciller, la posición de más poder dentro del gobierno Alemán, por el...
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 1933 Double Eagle
After it was struck in 1933, President Roosevelt, in one of his first acts as President, took the United States off the gold standard in an effort to help the struggling American economy out of the Great Depression.
All of the 1933 Double Eagles were ordered destroyed, but ten specimens are known to have escaped into private hands.However, as they had never been oficially “issued” as United States coinage, they cannot be legally owned.
Not yet recognizing the significance of an unissued 1933 coin, the Department of the Treasury inadvertently issued the export license and the King Farouk specimen was exported out of the United States.
www.coinresource.com /pr_mint/DoubleEagle1933.htm   (1292 words)

  
 Third Reich 1933-1945 (Germany)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
On 30 January 1933, Adolf Hitler was appointed Chancellor with a cabinet in coalition with the German National People's Party (Deutschnationale Volkspartei, DNVP, a reactionary, largely monarchist party).
Immediately after the March 1933 elections, new flags were created, including the Swastika Flag (Hakenkreuzfahne) which was used until 1945.
However, its use and its incorporation into other flags and ensigns were modified after the elections of late 1935.
www.crwflags.com /fotw/flags/de193345.html   (311 words)

  
 Notes on West Chester Borough Council Meeting Minutes, 1933
Borough Council used this meeting to adjust the 1933 budget and to approve Isaac Walker's contract with an additional clause that allowed him six cents per mile for travel.
Borough Council received word that their ordinance of June 13, 1933, requiring all loads of coal and coke to be weighed upon entry into the Borough, was declared unconstitutional by the Chester County court after George Mendenhall appealed a $50 fine.
Borough Council voted 6-0-1 (MacElree abstained because he was the lawyer for the PMAC insurance company) to approve a contract with the Pennsylvania Manufacturers' Association Casualty Insurance Company for the Borough's 1934 workmen's compensation insurance, and to cancel the existing policy with the Pennsylvania State Workmen's Compensation Company.
courses.wcupa.edu /jones/his480/notes/boro1933.htm   (4902 words)

  
 Facts About the 1933 Famine-Genocide in Soviet Occupied Ukraine
After the results of the 1937 census were submitted to the Government, the census was declared "subversive", its materials destroyed and the top census officials were shot for not finding enough people.
The 1933 harvest was 22.3 million tons of grain.
The 1933 Famine-Genocide was geographically focused for political ends.
www.faminegenocide.com /resources/facts.html   (1006 words)

  
 Chicago 1933 Century of Progress World's Fair Collectibles
It reads "1933 - A Century of Progress International Exposition - Chicago." The medal was produced in three sizes.
Bronze advertising coin from the Hoover Exhibit at the 1933 Century of Progress.
A Century of Progress Chicago 1933 Letter Opener in the shape of a Dagger.
www.the-forum.com /collect/wf3.htm   (1552 words)

  
 Gold Diggers of 1933 (1933)
In 1933, the population of the United States reeled under the weight of the Great Depression, so much so that not even the dream factory in Hollywood could ignore it.
Coming hot on the heels of 42nd Street, the musical that redefined the genre, Gold Diggers of 1933 embraced the times, offering filmgoers both an acknowledgement of their pain and a temporary respite from it.
There are three Merrie Melodies cartoons, built around songs from Gold Diggers of 1933 and two shorts, "Rambing Round Radio Row #2" and "Seasoned Greetings." Neither are such great shakes, but the latter is a must-see for Rat Pack aficionados, as it features the screen debut of a then seven-year-old Sammy Davis Jr.
www.reel.com /movie.asp?MID=2725&buy=open&PID=10121855&Tab=reviews&CID=18   (892 words)

  
 Weimar Republic 1919-1933 (Germany)
This flag was in use until early 1933 —de facto 31st January, de jure April—, but was again adopted by the Federal Republic in 1949 and is still in use.
Black-red-gold was officially discarded with the regulations of 12 March 1933 and 31 March 1933.
It was re-introduced as the national flag and civil ensign for the Bundesrepublik Deutschland and the DDR in 1949.
flagspot.net /flags/de1919.html   (1796 words)

  
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March 1933 -- Bette Davis wins the Best Actress award for her performance in "Dangerous"; the Outstanding Production award goes to "Mutiny On The Bounty" by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
March 27, 1933 -- At a mass rally in New York's Madison Square Garden, Jewish leaders threaten a counter-boycott against German-made goods unless their anti-Jewish boycott is called off.
October 19, 1933 -- Withdrawal of Germany from the League of Nations.
www.aish.com /holocaust/headlines/1933.asp   (837 words)

  
 CNN.com - Auction brings $7.6 million for 'Double Eagle' - July 30, 2002
Since it was minted in 1933, the coin has been stolen, shipped to Egypt, hidden and almost destroyed by fire twice.
The tale of the Double Eagle coin begins in 1933, in the depths of the Great Depression, during the first year of Franklin D. Roosevelt's presidency.
"The U.S. government recognized that the 1933 Double Eagle was in that collection, and they officially asked the Egyptian government to pull it from the sale and return it as stolen property of the United States," Redden said.
archives.cnn.com /2002/US/07/30/double.eagle   (772 words)

  
 Rise of Adolph Hitler   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In the March 5, 1933 elections, the National Socialist German Workers' Party won 43.9% and 288 of 647 seats in the Reichstag.
The Malicious Practices Act of March 21, 1933, began the mass arrests of communists and socialists, the Dauchau concentration camp was set up March 22 in a former powder milk plant, the Enabling Act March 23 made Hitler dictator and eliminated other parties such as the pro-Catholic Zentrum, radical books were burned May 10.
On Sept. 27, 1933, the Nazis blamed communists for the Reichstag fire.
history.acusd.edu /gen/WW2Timeline/Prelude03.html   (694 words)

  
 1933 All-Star Game
It was initiated at the insistence of Arch Ward, a sports editor for the Chicago Tribune, to coincide with the celebration of the city's "Century of Progress" Exposition.
The novel idea of a single game made up of the most exciting assemblage of ball-playing talent ever brought together on the diamond at one time, seemed too good to be true.
In 1933 and 1934, All-Star teams were selected by the managers and the fans.
www.baseball-almanac.com /asgbox/yr1933as.shtml   (443 words)

  
 Chronology 1933
King Alexander of Yugoslavia conducted state visits to Sofia, arriving on October 3, 1933, and Istanbul, as part of a series of visits by Balkan rulers seeking to establish a Balkan Pact in response to the rise of National Socialism in Germany.
This conference was held in Montevideo, Uruguay and reflected the Roosevelt's administration's goal of increasing Latin American trust in the United States and impressing upon the delegates the need for confidence and collaboration between countries in the Western Hemisphere.
Ion Duca, leader of the Liberal Party and Prime Minister of Romania since November 1933, was assassinated by members of the Iron Guard, a fascist organization led by Corneliu Codreanu.
www.indiana.edu /~league/1933.htm   (4930 words)

  
 RFC 1933 (rfc1933) - Transition Mechanisms for IPv6 Hosts and Routers
RFC 1933 - Transition Mechanisms for IPv6 Hosts and Routers
Network Working Group R. Gilligan Request for Comments: 1933 E. Nordmark Category: Standards Track Sun Microsystems, Inc. April 1996 Transition Mechanisms for IPv6 Hosts and Routers Status of this Memo This document specifies an Internet standards track protocol for the Internet community, and requests discussion and suggestions for improvements.
Please refer to the current edition of the "Internet Official Protocol Standards" (STD 1) for the standardization state and status of this protocol.
www.faqs.org /rfcs/rfc1933.html   (5097 words)

  
 Chicago 1933   (Site not responding. Last check: )
A Century of Progress International Exposition was organized as an Illinois not-for-profit corporation in January of 1928, having for its charter purpose the holding of a World's Fair in Chicago in 1933.
The site selected was the land and water areas under the jurisdiction of South Park commissioners lying along and adjacent to the shore of Lake Michigan, between 12th and 39th streets.
The fair was opened on May 27, 1933, when the lights were turned on with energy from the rays of the star Arcturus.
www.stefford.com /jjmsr/Chicago.htm   (283 words)

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