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1918: The Deutschnationale Volkspartei is formed after the end of the First World War.
Autumn, 1918: Adolf Hitler dies outside the village of Marcoing, killed by British soldier Henry Tandey. (POD)
November 11, 1918: The First World War is officially over.
June 28, 1919: The Treaty of Versailles is signed, ending the state of war between the German Empire and the Allies. It places many restrictions on the new German republic.
Late 1924: Joseph Göbbels joins the Nazi Party.
November 30, 1927: Gregor Strasser is murdered by a right-wing Nazi. A rift forms between the socialists and nationalists within the party.
May 12, 1928: Göbbels leaves the Nazi Party to join the DNVP in disgust of what Himmler has done.
December 22, 1929: An attempt to introduce a 'Law against the Enslavement of the German People' to renounce the Treaty of Versailles fails due to low turnout, despite support from the DNVP and other German nationalist groups. However, it leads to the growth of several right-wing groups, including the small Nazis.
July 15, 1940: President Roosevelt clarifies that he will not be seeking a third term.
November 7, 1944: After the election of 1944, Thomas E. Dewey is elected President of the United States over incumbent John Nance Garner.
September 19, 1948: The United Kingdom, France, and Germany declare war on the Soviet Union.
November 2, 1948: Dewey defeats Truman in the 1948 presidential election.
May 28, 1949: The Soviet Union launches a massive invasion of East Prussia.
June 5, 1949: The Siege of Königsberg begins, with Soviet troops relentlessly attacking the city.
March 12, 1951: Alfred Hugenberg dies in Berlin, stating in his will that Joseph Göbbels is to succeed him as Chancellor.
March 15, 1951: The German Communist group Kommfrei starts a massive attack on Berlin.
April 7, 1951: Joseph Göbbels is forced to evacuate Berlin as Kommfrei storms the capital. He escapes to Strasbourg, France.
April 8, 1951: The German Socialist Republic is established, with Ernst Torgler leading them.
March 6, 1953: "D-Day", the Allied invasion of Socialist Germany begins.
November 29, 1955: The first nuclear weapon is tested in New Mexico.
December 30, 1955: A fission bomb is dropped over Stalingrad, wrecking the city. Thousands are killed instantly.
January 1, 1956: The Soviet Union launches its own nuclear weapon, but it sinks into the Atlantic Ocean.
January 6, 1956: Allied forces approach Moscow.
January 7, 1956: The Soviet Union unconditionally surrenders.