German Elections Held to Decide Rhineland Re-Militarization Hot

German Elections Held to Decide Rhineland Re-Militarization

Occupied Rhineland

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A new plebiscite and elections are held in Germany. People are given just one choice: to either endorse the re-militarization of the Rhineland and elect the Nazi list of candidates for the Reichstag, or not.

Ninety-nine percent of eligible voters cast votes; 98.8% vote to support Hitler and the Nazi agenda.


Rhineland Remilitarizes - March 1936

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