January 26, 1934: 10 year non-aggression pact signed with Poland.

April 1, 1934: After 230 years of continuous publication, Germany's leading newspaper, owned by a Jewish firm, goes out of business.

June 14, 1934: Nuremberg court sentences a non-Jewish wife of a Jew to four months in prison as a ‘race-defiling female.'

June 14, 1934: Hitler meets with Mussolini for the first time.

June 25, 1934: German Army put on state of alert, pressuring for a purge of government leaders.

June 30, 1934: Hitler has his friend and ally in launching the Third Reich, Chief of Staff Ernst Roehm, shot in the name of putting down a conspiracy. "Blood Purge" of 1934 begins.

June 30, 1934: Some 150 S.A. "Conspirators" executed by Himmler's S.S. and Goerings special police. "Blood Purge" extended to near 1000 other "conspirators." All resistance to Nazi regime ends.

July 1, 1934: Erich Gans killed in Dachau. Last killing for ten months. Jewish population at Dachua almost zero at the time. Most released by end of 1933.

July 15, 1934: Simon Strauss and his son shot dead by Kurt Baer. Court found that the murdered Jews actually "committed suicide". Baer found guilty only of breaching the peace.

August 2, 1934: Hindinburg dies. Title of President abolished. Hitler would be known as Fuhrer and Reich Chancellor. Consolidation of political power is complete.

October 1, 1934: Army has tripled in size during year from 100,000 to 300,000.

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