In 1933, Hitler and Franz von Papen in house Kolner Bankiers.
In 1933, Stalin directs the work of a joint plenum of the C.C. and C.C.C., CPSU(B).
In 1933, Stalin delivers a report on "Results of the First Five-Year Plan" at the joint plenum of the C.C. and C.C.C., CPSU(B).
In 1933, Stalin delivers a speech on "Work in the Countryside" at the joint plenum of the C.G. and C.C.C., CPSU(B).
On the proposal of J. V. Stalin, the joint plenum of the C.C. and C.C.C., CPSU(B) adopts a decision to organize Political Departments of the machine and tractor stations and state farms and to send 17,000 Party workers to the countryside.
In 1933, Stalin attends the memorial meeting at the Bolshoi Theatre to commemorate the ninth anniversary of the death of V. I. Lenin.
In 1933, Stalin attends the opening of the Third Session of the C.E.C. of the USSR, Sixth Convocation.
In 1933, J. V. Stalin's greetings to the magazine Rabotnitsa on the occasion of its tenth anniversary are published in Pravda, No. 25.
In 1933, German president von Hindenburg appoints Hitler chancellor.
In 1933, Adolf Hitler becomes chancellor of Germany, national-konservativen Kabinetts with Hermann Goring and Wilhelm Frick.
= Adolf Hitler is named Chancellor of Germany, assuming Presidency the following year following the death of Paul Von Hindenburg.
=Hitler made Chancellor Jan. 30, 1933, with the help of von Papen, and sought revision of Versailles system by immediately beginning a rearmament program with the support of industrialists such as Alfred Hugenberg and Gustav Krupp (who by April agreed to remove Jewish workers from his factories), and a public works program announced at the Feb. 11 International Automobile and Motor-Cycle Exhibition in Berlin, to build autobahns with 600,000 workers and make a Volksauto for less than 1000 marks.
In 1933, Hitler promises parliamentary democracy.
In 1933, Two days after becoming chancellor of Germany, Adolf Hitler ordered dissolution of the German Parliament.
In 1933, Stalin delivers a speech at the All-Union Conference of the Leninist Young Communist League on the practical tasks of the Y.C.L. in connection with the spring sowing.
In 1933, -90 degrees F (-68 degree s C), Oymyakon, USSR (Asian record).
In 1933, -23 degrees F (-31 degrees C), Seminole, Texas (state record).
In 1933, -63 degrees F (-53 degrees C), Moran, Wyoming (state r ecord).
In 1933, Hitler proclaims end of Marxism.
In 1933, Stalin takes part in the work of the First All-Union Congress of Collective-Farm Shock Brigaders.
In 1933, Catholic newspaper Germania warns against nazi's/communists.
In 1933, Stalin writes a letter to Comrade I. N. Bazhanov.
In 1933, Stalin delivers a speech at the First All-Union Congress of Collective-Farm Shock Brigaders.
In 1933, J. V. Stalin's greetings to the Red Army on the occasion of its fifteenth anniversary are published in Pravda, No. 53.
Stalin attends the celebration meeting at the Bolshoi Theatre on the occasion of the fifteenth anniversary of the Red Army.
In 1933, the first genuine aircraft carrier, the "USS Ragner" was christened.
In 1933, Germany's parliament building, the Reichstag, caught fire. The Nazis, blaming the Communists, used the fire as a pretext for suspending civil liberties.
In 1933, the most powerful earthquake in the last 180 years strikes Japan (8.9 on the Rich ter scale).
In 1933, in German parliamentary elections, the Nazi Party won 44 percent of the vote, enabling it to join with the Nationalists to gain a slender majority in the Reichstag.
=In the March 5, 1933 elections, the National Socialist German Workers' Party won 43.9% and 288 of 647 seats in the Reichstag.
In 1933, a huge 6.3 earthquake shook Long Beach (W.C. Fields was mak ing a movie when it struck & the cameras kept running); 117 people were killed. It was one of the quakes that Dr. Charles Richter studied in devising the "Richter Scale" of earthquake intensity.
In 1933, Winston Churchill wants to boost air defense.
In 1933, Stalin attends at the Bolshoi Theatre the meeting of the C.C. and C.C.C., C.P.S,U.(B), the Central Executive Committee and Council of People's Commissars of the USSR, the Executive Committee of the Comintern and the Moscow Committee of the CPSU(B), held in commemoration of the fiftieth anniversary of the death of Karl Marx.
In 1933, it is reported that political opponents of the Nazis are being sent to the newly opened Dachau, the first concentration camp built to relieve the bursting jails.
In 1933, Stalin writes an answer to the letter of Mr. Barnes.
In 1933, The Malicious Practices Act of March 21, 1933, began the mass arrests of communists and socialists.
In 1933, Dauchau concentration camp was set up in a former powder milk plant, the first concentration camp built to relieve the bursting jails in Germany.
In 1933, the German Reichstag adopted the Enabling Act, which effectively granted Adolf Hitler dictatorial legislative powers.
In 1933, forbid Sozialdemokratischen Partei Deutschland (SPD) and Kommunistischen Partei Deutschlands (KPD) in Germany.
In 1933, Japan leaves League of Nations.
In 1933, German Reichstage confers dictatorial powers to Adolph Hitler.
In 1933, The greetings of J. V. Stalin, V. M. Molotov and K. Y. Voroshilov to the participants in the expedition sent to rescue the icebreaker Malygin arc published in Pravda, No. 88.
In 1933, Nazi Germany began its persecution of Jews with a boycott of Jewish-owned businesses.
In 1933, New Jersey Coast: U.S. dirigible Akron crashed; 73 died.
In 1933, J. V. Stalin, V. M. Molotov. K. Y. VoroshiloV. and A. I. Mikoyan wire congratulations to the participants in the expedition of the ice-breaker Krassin on the occasion of the successful completion of its Arctic cruise and its preschedule fulfilment of the government's assignment to render aid to the Arctic workers and population of the island of Novaya Zemlya. The telegram is pub-lished in Pravda, No. 106.
In 1933, J. V. Stalin's greetings to Comrade S. M. Budyonny on his fiftieth birthday are published in Pravda, No. 115.
In 1933, Stalin is present at the May Day military parade of the Moscow Garrison and the demonstration of the working people of the capital in the Red Square.
In 1933, Stalin, together with other leaders of the Party and the Government, receives in the Kremlin participants in the May Day parade.
In 1933, the Nazis staged massive public book burnings in Germany.
In 1933, Stalin has a talk with Colonel Robins.
In 1933, Moscow lifts ban on jazz.
In 1933, World Trade Day/National Maritime Day was first celebrated.
In 1933, Stalin attends the final concert of the First All-Union Musicians' Contest held in the Large Hall of the Moscow Conservatoire.
In 1933, Stalin together with other leaders of the Party and the Government receives in the Kremlin the young prize-winners of the First All-Union Musicians' Contest.
In 1933, Stalin is present at the sports parade in the Red Square in Moscow.
In 1933, Kansas City Massacre: 1 FBI agent, 4 cops & 1 gangster killed by mob.
In 1933, Stalin attends the funeral of Klara Zetkin in the Red Square in Moscow.
In 1933, J. V. Stalin, together with V. M. Molotov. K. Y. Voroshilov and G. K. Orjonikidze, visits the art exhibition "Fifteen Years of the Workers' and Peasants' Red Army."
In 1933, the coast-to-coast temperatures averages 72 degrees, setting the record for the hottest nationwide June reading.
In 1933, all German political parties, with the exception of the Nazi Party, were outlawed. NSDAP becomes only party in Germany.
In 1933, Stalin takes part in the meeting of the commission of the C.C., CPSU(B) on organisational questions of heavy industry.
In 1933, J. V. Stalin and K. Y. Voroshilov arrive in Leningrad and on the same day, together with S. M. Kirov leave on the S.S. Anokhin for a journey through the White Sea-Baltic Canal.
In 1933, J. V. Stalin, K. Y. Voroshilov and S. M. Kirov make a journey on the White Sea-Baltic Canal, acquaint themselves with its hydraulic installations and visit the port of Soroka, the Murmansk Port and Polar Bay.
In 1933, J. V. Stalin, Š. Y. Voroshilov and S. M. Kirov in the area of Soroka Port meet a squadron of warships belonging to the Northern Fleet which had crossed from the Baltic to the White Sea via the canal.
Stalin addresses a meeting of Red Navy men on the tasks of the Northern Fleet. After the meeting J. V. Stalin, K. Y. Voroshilov and S. M. Kirov visit the destroyer Uritsky and a submarine.
In 1933, J. V. Stalin, K. Y. Voroshilov and S. M. Kirov arrive at Murmansk and inspect its port and Polar Bay.
In 1933, J. V. Stalin, K. Y. Voroshilov and S. M. Kirov on their return to Leningrad inspect the port. The same day J. V. Stalin and K. Y. Voroshilov leave for Moscow.
In 1933, Stalin has a talk with aeronautical designers about new hydroplanes.
In 1933, Stalin talks with a group of leading personnel of the Stalin Automobile Works and gives them instructions to master the production of passenger cars.
In 1933, Stalin receives in the Kremlin a group of officials of the Moscow Soviet and talks with them about the improvement of road construction in Moscow, Moscow's river embankments and the organization of work at construction sites.
In 1933, the temperature reached a world record high 136 degrees F (57.8 degrees C) at San Luis Potosi, Mex.
In 1933, J. V. Stalin and K. Y. Voroshilov take a trip on the S.S. Klara Zetkin from Gorky to Stalingrad.
In 1933, J. V. Stalin, K. Y. Voroshilov and S. M. Budyonny visit the Budyonny Stud Farm in the Salsk steppes (Rostov Region).
In 1933, the Nazis blamed communists for the Reichstag fire.
In 1933, J. V. Stalin, V. M. Molotov. K. Y. Voroshilov and L. M. Kaganovich congratulate the crew of the stratostat USSR on fulfilling the government's assignment regarding the conquest and study of the stratosphere. The congratulations are published in Pravda, No. 273.
J. V. Stalin, V. M. Molotov, K. Y. Voroshilov and L. M. Kaganovich greet the participants in the Moscow-Kara Kum-Moscow automobile race. The greetings are published in Pravda, No. 273.
In 1933, bank robber John Dillinger escaped from a jail in Allen County, Ohio, with the help of his gang, who killed the sheriff.
In 1933, Germany leaves League of Nations.
= Nazi Germany announced it was withdrawing from the League of Nations and the Geneva Disarmament conference.
In 1933, President Roosevelt established diplomatic relations with the Soviet Union.
In 1933, Albert Einstein arrived in the United States as a refugee from Nazi Germany.
In 1933, J. V. Stalin, V. M. Molotov. K. Y. Voroshilov and L. M. Kaganovich congratulate the Soviet-salvage engineering experts on their success in raising the ice-breaker Sadko from the bottom of the sea in the Arctic zone. The congratulations are published in Pravda, No. 287.
In 1933, John Dillinger robbed the Central National Bank in Greencastle, IN, of $75,346.
In 1933, Stalin's greetings to the All-Union Leninist Young Communist League on its fifteenth anniversary are published in Pravda, No. 299.
In 1933, Stalin attends the celebration meeting of the Moscow Soviet held in the Bolshoi Theatre on the occasion of the sixteenth anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution.
In 1933, Stalin is present at the military parade of the Moscow Garrison and the demonstration of the working people of the capital in the Red Square in honour of the sixteenth anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution.
In 1933, Stalin attends the funeral of Sen-Katayama, leader of the Communist Party of Japan, in the Red Square, Moscow.
In 1933, Black Blizzard snowstorm-duststorm rages from SD to Atlantic.
In 1933, Nazis receive 92% of vote in Germany.
In 1933, the United States and the Soviet Union established diplomatic relations. President Franklin D. Roosevelt sent a telegram to Soviet leader Maxim Litvinov in which he expressed hope that U.S.-Soviet relations would "forever remain normal and friendly."
In 1933, J. V. Stalin, V. M. Molotov. M. I. Kalinin, and L. M. Kaganovich receive a delegation of collective-farm shock brigaders from the Odessa Region and talk with them on questions of collective-farm-work.
In 1933, Stalin talks with a group of architects who have produced designs for the Palace of Soviets.
In 1933, Rudolf Hess & Earnest Rohm become a minister in Hitler govt.
In 1933, J. V. Stalin and L. M. Kaganovich receive a delegation of collective-farm shock brigaders from the Dnepropetrovsk Region and talk with them on questions of collective-farm development and the supply of manufactured goods to the countryside.
Stalin attends the celebration meeting in the Bolshoi Theatre held in honour of the fifteenth anniversary of the Central Aero-Hydrodynamic Institute (TSAGI).
In 1933, Stalin has a talk with the New York Times correspondent, Mr. Duranty.
In 1933, US foreswears armed intervention in the Western Hemisphere.
In 1933, Stalin is present at the opening of the Fourth Session of the Central Executive Committee of the USSR, Sixth Convocation.
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In 1933, Stalin examines and edits the theses of the reports of Comrades Molotov and Kuibyshev on "The Second Five-Year Plan of Development of the National Economy of the USSR (1933-1937)" to the Seventeenth Congress of the CPSU(B). The theses are published in Pravda, No. 359, December 30, 1933.
Army in connection with the Academy's fifteenth anniversary and the award to it of the Order of Lenin are published in Pravda, No. 18.
In 1933, -50 degrees F (-46 degrees C) in Bloomfield, Vermont (state record).