In 1938, Hitler militari Wehrmacht include in nationalsozialistische Linie.
In 1938, German troops enter Austria.
In 1938, Germany invades Austria.
In 1938, the "Anschluss" took place as German troops entered Austria, completing what Adolf Hitler described as his mission to restore his homeland to the Third Reich.
In 1938, Hitler annexes Austria.
In 1938, Congress passed the Vinson Naval Act, providing funds for a two-oce an navy.
In 1938, Hitler say on completed of the German-speaking regions (Bohemia, Moravia) of Czechoslovakia.
In 1938, "Olympian Flyer" express train crashes in Montana, killing 47.
In 1938, 500 ton meteorite hits Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
In 1938, France-Turkish friendship treaty.
In 1938, 60 years ago, 119 degrees F (48 degrees C), Pendleton, Oregon (state record).
In 1938, thru Sept. 22, hurricane in Long Island and Southern New England: 600 deaths; 1,764 injured.
In 1938, in a speech in Nuremberg, Adolf Hitler demanded self-determination for the Sudeten Germans in Czechoslovakia.
In 1938, Winston Churchill condemns Hitler's annexation of Czechoslovakia.
In 1938, a hurricane with winds clocked at more than 180 miles-per-hour struck parts of New York and New En gland, causing widespread damage and claiming more than 600 lives.
In 1938, Munich Conference approves German acquisition of the Sudetenland.
In 1938, British, French, German and Italian leaders ended the Munich Conference with a decision to appease Adolf Hitler by allowing Nazi annexation of Czechoslovakia's Sudetenland.
In 1938, Hitler say on occupation completed of the German-speaking regions (Bohemia, Moravia) of Czechoslovakia.
In 1938, bands of Nazis began roaming the streets of Germany and Austria, looting and burning synagogues as well as Jewish-owned stores and houses in a pogrom that became known as "Kristallnacht" or "Crystal Night".
In 1938, Kristallnacht in Germany.
"During the action known as Kristallnacht (the "Night of Broken Glass"), over 191 synagogues were set afire, with 76 destroyed. More than 7,500 Jewish businesses were looted and over 800 ruined. Almost 100 Jews were killed or seriously injured. As many as 30,000 Jews were rounded up and sent to concentration camps. The Jewish communities of Germany were assessed one billion marks to pay for the damage claims of non-Jews."
The anti-Semitic campaign of Hitler that began in 1933 and known today as the Holocaust rose to a new level of violence.
Nazi murder squads will kill 1.4m Jews by 1945, especially in Russia after the June 1941 invasion (e.g., Babyi Yar near Kiev).
Nazi death camps, especially the 6 "extermination" camps in Poland (e.g., Auschwitz) will add at least 5m more killings after 1942.
Jewish emigration grew as the Holocaust intensified, but Franklin D. Roosevelt was slow to respond.
In 1938, 8.3 earthquake shakes East of Shumagin Islands, Alaska.
In 1938, Nazi forces occupied western Czechoslovakia and declared its people German citizens.