Hitler's Fascism

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Adolf Hitler (1889-1945) came to power in Germany and was named Chancellor by the German President Hindenburg on 30th of January 1933. A year earlier Hitler's NSDAP had taken key positions in the German government and on 27th of February 1933 the Nazis set fire to the Reichstag using it as an excuse to attack the Communists.

Bauhaus is definitively closed in Berlin.


Simultaneous events

1933 Demise of the Bauhaus


Ludwig Mies van der Rohe was the final director of the Bauhaus from 1930-33. It had been moved from Dessau to Berlin in 1932 and was disbanded a year later. read more


1933 League for Human Rights


Grete Tugendhat began to work for the League for Human Rights organisation which provided financing and practical assistance for political refugees from Germany after the ascension to power of Adolf Hitler... read more


1933 Son Herbert


The Tugendhat have a second son Herbert on 24th of February 1933. read more


1933 Lemke House


The Nazis destroyed a monument to Karl Liebknecht and Rosa Luxemburg at the cemetery in Berlin-Friedrichsfelde in 1933 which had been realized according to a design by Mies in 1926 (K. Liebknecht, born... read more