Adolf Hitler - SR 1939
   On March 23, 1933 the Reichstag passed the Act for full power of Hitler. This Act formalized the opening of the first concentration camp in Dachau on March 20, by Himmler. This latter organized the Nazi secret police, the Gestapo. On May 2, Hitler ordered the dissolution of trade unions and the seizure of their property. On July 14, the Nazi Party became the single party. On 30 January 1934, the autonomy of Landers was abolished. At least 150,000 people were imprisoned in Dachau without trial between 1933 and 1939, at least 7,000 perished. To strengthen its alliances, Hitler ...

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Winston Churchill SR 1938
  Winston Churchill was Chancellor of the Exchequer until the elections of 30 May 1929, which saw the defeat of the Conservative Party. He participated at conferences in the United States which led him to be present at the New York Stock Exchange on October 24, 1929 famous day called Black Thursday. Then he went through ten years of erasure because it disagreed with the views of the majority of his party. He defended energetic options when the time was to moderation. It was the spirit anti-war that dominated into public opinion. He devoted his time to pursue his literary work.  ...

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Winston Churchill SR 1944
   On 7 May 1945, in a school of Reims, France, the German general staff of the Western Front signed its unconditional surrender. Winston Churchill was able to proclaim the surrender of Germany and the cessation of hostilities at midnight one minute. The next day, the Nazi general staff at Berlin confirmed its surrender.   On 19 May 1945, the Labour Party left the government for ending the period of national unity of wartime. New elections were held on July 5. The surprising result gave victory for the first time since its foundation, to the Labour Party. After le...

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