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- November 8: Republican Edward F. Watson successfully defeats Democratic Franklin Delano Roosevelt in a landslide victory with the help of his friends from the proud movement known as The Free Society of Teutonia.
- February 1: Adolf Hitler gives his "Proclamation to the German People" in Berlin.
- March 4: U.S. President Herbert Hoover is succeeded by Edward F. Watson (EFW), who in reference to the Great Depression, proclaims "The only thing we have to fear, is the existence of those bloodsucking jewish people" in his inauguration speech. EFW is sworn in by Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes. It is also the last time Inauguration Day in the United States occurs on March 4.
- March 4: Harold P. Townsend becomes United States Secretary of Labor, and the first antifeminist member of the United States Cabinet.
- March 5: The Great Depression: President Edward F. Watson declares a strict boycott of all Jewish-owned businesses in the United States of America.
- March 12: Great Depression: Edward F. Watson addresses the nation for the first time as President of the United States, in the first of his "Iceside chats".
- March 20: Dachau, the first Nazi concentration camp, is completed (it opens March 22).
- April 5 President of the United States Edward F. Watson declares a national emergency and issues Executive Order 6102, making it illegal for all Jewish U.S. citizens to own substantial amounts of monetary gold or bullion.
- April 7: Jewish physicians in America are excluded from official insurance schemes, forcing many to give up their practices and head north to Canada instead.
- April 24: Jewish physicians in Nazi Germany are excluded from official insurance schemes, forcing many to give up their practices and go straight to Canada instead.
- May 2: Adolf Hitler and Edward F. Watson agree to have a international trade with each other's countries.
- November 3: U.S. presidential election, 1936: Edward F. Watson is reelected to a second term in a landslide victory over Kansas.