Social Democrats Vote Unanimously for Hitler's Foreign Policy Hot

Social Democrats Vote Unanimously for Hitler's Foreign Policy

Adolf Hitler speaking at a Nuremberg Rally, 1933

Timeline of History

Political History

Social Democrats who haven't been arrested or forced into exile vote unanimously in approval of Adolf Hitler's foreign policy. They also condemn Social Democrats abroad who have had the gall to criticize Hitler and the Nazis.

These measures are taken just a few days after the Nazis had confiscated all buildings, newspapers, and other property belonging to the SPD.

On this same day, Hitler issues a decree banning all collective bargaining and declaring that "labor trustees" appointed by him alone will "regulate labor contracts." Since these contracts will be legally binding, all strikes are effectively outlawed.

Business leaders are pleased to see their massive contributions to the NSDAP paying off so well. They are getting everything they could hope for when it comes to repressing independent labor power while enhancing the power and stature of business leaders.

User comments

There are no user comments for this item.

Ratings (the higher the better)
    Please enter the security code.
Powered by JReviews

Today's Major Events

Dutch Couple Refused Canadian Citizenship Because They Refuse to Swear So Help Me God
Georgia Assembly Considers Measure Opposing Atheism, Agnosticism, Darwinism
Birth of Theo van Gogh, Dutch Film Director & Critic of Islam
Treblinka Extermination Camp Begins Operation in Poland Averaging 4,000 Jewish Deaths a Day
Vatican Newspaper Rejects Claims that Jews Don't Murder Christians for Their Blood

Adolf Hitler Timeline