Weimar Republic in the Sea of Time: A Collaborative Timeline
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So here is the 1960s
January 1st 1960: At midnight a massive wave of light surrounds part of Europe. People animals vehicles and buildings unfortunate enough to be caught in it are cleanly bisected as though by laser. The light surrounds the area of land and territorial waters claimed by the Republic of Germany as of midnight January 1st 1930, including East Prussia. With in a few seconds, said light dissipates and the area within is replaced by the same area as it existed on midnight January 1st 1930, exactly 30 years earlier to the nanosecond. Soviet military officials are surprised by communications blackout from all their forces in East Germany and Kalingrad. Similar reactions by NATO forces to loss of West Germany and West Berlin. A Boeing 707 Airliner is the first outside aircraft to land in Frankfurt a.M. It belongs to Lufthansa. That airline's 1930 counterpart claims ownership, though the passengers and crew are detained by local police forces.
January 2nd 1960: Radio broadcasts and reconaissance flights by USSR, PRP, and NATO lead to confirmation of rumors by border patrols that the Weimar Republic has returned.
January 3rd 1960. BBC’s and Radio Moscow’s German Services broadcast special news programs. US and USSR special envoys arrive to Tempelhof Airport to asses the situation. Under Operation Elba Pax,NATO and Warsaw Pact military convoys enter Germany. The ports of Hamburg, Kiel and Wilhelmshaven are occupied by the Royal Navy, Königsberg and Roctock by the Soviet Fleet. German frontier and military personal are ordered to allow troops to enter. France reestablished contact with its troops that had been assigned to patrol the Rhineland in 1920, and orders them to assist NATO forces and maintain their positions.
January 4th 1960. NATO and Warsaw Pact forces meet in Berlin and Torgau on the Elbe. Airports in Germany suspend all air traffic and wait until modern equipment (i.e. radar and modern radio equipment) arrives in order to reestablish and guarantee the security of flights and passengers.
January 5th 1960: NATO and Warsaw Pact begin an inspection of all military facilities of the Reichswehr checking compliance with the Treaty of Versailles and post World War II international treaties (Second Phase of Oepration Elba Pax). Protest of Wilhelm Groener, Ministry of the Reichswehr, on this unilateral action. In the following weeks there will be a destruction of weapons and dismantle of military facilities, that in opinion of NATO and Warsaw Pact don't comply with international treaties. Also on this day, professor Wilhelm Reich proclaims that the shift in the time-space continuum can only be explained by his theories of "orgone"
January 29th 1960: Oskar Schindler, who had been in the small sliver of West Germany that didn’t get replaced with Weimar Germany, returns to Frankfurt am Main.
February 3rd 1960. President of France Charles De Gaulle starts a five day state visit in Germany, becoming the first foreign Head of State to meet with German authorities.
February 16th 1960: The Allied Control Council meets in Berlin again, after a 12 year recess, amid protest and riots from extreme left and right wing political sectors of Germany. Votes to dissolve itself and give all remaining authority and powers to the UN Security Council. Thus ending de jure post World War II Allied occupation of Germany.
February 22nd 1960: Otto Strasser forms the Deutsch-Soziale Union (DSU) in Berlin, Germany with many of the platforms of the Nazi Party.
March 19th 1960: Daughters of the American Revolution, Veterans of Foreign Wars, and Sons of the American Revolution announce a fund for the establishment of a memorial for the "Weimar Event" in Washington D.C.
March 23rd 1960: UK, USA, USSR and France begin talks with German authorities to reestablish diplomatic relationships. Part of the agenda includes negotiation of Treaty of Versailles, German Instrument of Surrender of 1945 and Potsdam Agreement. Germany's membership and obligations in NATO and Warsaw Pact suspended.
April 18th 1960: Professor Wilhelm Reich proclaims that the imbalance of "bions" is responsible for events, calling for "orgasmotherapy" in Berlin, Germany.
May 11th 1960: Adolph Hitler of the National Socialist party is kidnapped in Berlin by Isreali agents.
May 23rd 1960: Nazi "Brownshirts" led by Ernst Rohm take credit for a failed assassination attempt on President Dwight D. Eisenhower in Bremen, Germany.
June 12th 1960: United States, Great Britain, Italy, and France agree to a $1.5 billion foreign aid package to back Chancellor Heinrich Brüning.
June 20th 1960: Weimar Riots; Rumors spread across the country that Allied forces (United States/ Great Britain/ France/USSR and Italy) intend to overthrow the government in Berlin, Germany, sparking nationalist riots in major cities.
July 14th 1960: Bastille Day. Former troops of the Rhineland parade along the rest of France's regiments amid crowds that cheerfully greet them. The following day President Charles de Gaulle confers the Legion of Honour in a public ceremony to the Rhineland troops. High point of the ceremony is the parade and salute of the President to the regimental flags.
July 25th 1960: Soviet KGB agents meet with Ernst Thälmann in Hamburg, Germany regarding the May 1962 elections.
June 30th 1960: French troops who had been assigned to patrol the Rhineland in 1929/1930 return to Paris, France, as the "Time Lost". Also on this day, CGIL labor union, led by Fernando Tambroni, leads protests in Rome, Italy against the Italian government attempts to establish diplomatic ties with the Weimar government.
July 31st 1960: Rudolf Breitscheid, Socialist Party leader, meets with Soviet representatives in Cologne, Germany.
August 3rd 1960: Rudolf Breitscheid and Ernst Thälmann launch pro-communist rallies in Berlin.
August 27th 1960: Hugo Eckener and his design team travel to the United States via the Graf Zeppelin to meet with executives from Boeing and Goodyear to discuss possible research investment into Zeppelin.
September 3rd 1960: The original Otto Frank returns to Germany with his wife, settling in Hamburg.
September 5th 1960: Boeing-Goodyear-Zeppelin Partnership (BGZ) is announced in New York.
September 12th 1960: The UN Assembly votes unanimously the membership of Germany. Julius Curtius, German Foreign Ministers addresses the UN Assembly pledging to cooperate in all possible means to promote World Peace.
October 2nd 1960: Oskar Schindler founds the Deutsch Einheitspartei (DE, or German Unity Party) to educate Germans on the horrors of the Nazi concentration camps and to work to bring jews and non-jews together.
October 12th 1960: Nazi "Brownshirts" led by Ernst Rohm take credit for the assassination of Socialist Party leader Ernst Thälmann during a rally in Berlin, Germany.
November 8th, 1960: "Time-Lost" musicians perform in Boston, Massachusetts; President-elect John F. Kennedy attends the concert...
November 11, 1960: Sherman Anderson and Elizabeth Charter are married in Elizabeth's mother's church in Luther, OK.
December 28th 1960: 115 cities worldwide announce the creation of memorial services for the "Weimar Event". The largest events are held in New York City, New York; Paris, France; London, England; and Rome, Italy;
January 16th, 1961: The Shirelles of Pasaic, New Jersey, popularize the "girl group" with their hit single "Will You Still Love Me Tormorrow"....
February 19th, 1961: German Film Society led by Fritz Lang holds "Zunkuftig Spielfilm" (Future Motion Picture), in a effort to help adjust to the new era...
March 8th 1961: Sweden announces a foreign aid loan package of $250 million as part of "regional security"
April 5th 1961: Otto Frank founds the Jüdische Freiheitlichen Partei (JFP, or Jewish Freedom Party), to promote Jewish culture and freedoms in Germany, and help educate the german people about the dangers of the Nazis.
April 21th 1961. In the Titania-Palast of Berlin starts the German tour of Doppelgänger Schwestern (Doppelgänger sisters), the cabaret show starring the young and old Marlene Dietrich. Followed later in the year by a tour in Israel.
May 1st 1961: Eckener and the BGZ design team reveal the finished plan for the LZ-129 Phoenix.
June 15th 1961: Der Erzwungene Krieg (The Forced War) by American right-wing author, David Leslie Hoggan, is published in German, asserting that England and Poland had forced a reluctant Germany into war, and that German policies concerning the Jews were benign when compared to their treatment at the hands of the Poles
June 19th 1961: Construction begins on the LZ-129 in Friedrichshafen, Germany.
July 2nd 1961: Deutsche Rechtspartei (DR) is formed by Reinhold Wulle in Berlin, Germany with many of the Nazi Party.
July 6th 1961: The original Otto Frank travels to Frankfurt am Main to meet with his “time lost duplicate”. The two Ottos meet briefly, but the original Otto does not go and meet with his time-lost family that had perished during the War. Original Otto suggest to his duplicate that they might change their last name to avoid the publicity of A Diary of a Young Girl “if our Anne is to ever have a normal life”.
July 31st 1961: Munich Compact; British, German, French, Italian and American officials announce plans to restructure the German banking system in Munich, Germany.
August 19th 1961: The Synagogue Riots in Hamburg occur when members of the JFP catch members of the Nazis and the DSU vandalizing a local synagogue. The riots last for four days and catch the attention of the Jewish population of Germany, making the JFP swell in membership.
September 2nd 1961. The Never Again (Nie wieder) campaign, starts with the publication of the manifesto The Never Again: An Appeal to Reason (Nie wieder: Ein Appell an die Vernunft) in the Berliner Tageblatt, Vossische Zeitung and Frankfurter Zeitung. Mainly drafted by Thomas Mann and Walter Benjamin and signed by Ernst Bloch, Bertolt Brecht, Erich Maria Remarque, Stefan Zweig, Emil Ludwig among others. Appeals to the formation of a common front of the cultured bourgeoisie and the socialist working class against fascism.
October 12th 1961: Eckener interviewed by TIME magazine. "I realize that the success of jet aircraft has made the airship seem obsolete when it comes to passenger travel. But there are other areas that the airship would be completely useful, such as cargo transportation, and for tourism."
November 19th 1961: Economic advisor Wladmir S. Woytinsky warns President John F. Kennedy of the potential of German economic instability in Washington D.C.
November 24th 1961: Zenith of gay activity in Berlin which has over 300 homosexual bars and cafes, of which a tenth were lesbian.
December 19th, 1961: 450 "Time-Lost" perform at Radio City Hall in New York City, New York, as part of Christmas festivities...
January 7th 1962: Nazi "Brownshirts" are captured by NATO forces in South Tyrol and Alto Adige, Austria.
January 8th 1962 Alfred Hugenberg citing the high cost of modernizing UFA (Universum Film AG) declares its bankruptcy. A last hour bid by MGM and Paramount saves the studio and its archive. In a press release MGM and Paramount state that they plan to make the UFA studios a state of the art film venue of Europe.
January 25th 1962: German economists protest American-backed austeriy plans as "socialist tripe".
January 28th 1962: Socialist leaders launch protests in Munich, Frankfurt, and Berlin against economic austerity reforms proposed by the United States, Great Britain, France, and Italy
February 12, 1962: A synagogue in Frankfurt is bombed by members of the DR, sparking sever unrest in the Frankfurt region and causing a nationwide spike in new JFP membership.
March 9th 1962: German officials unveil the "Weimar Event" memorial design by Minoru Yamasaki and Emery Roth in Berlin, Germany.
April 9th 1962: George Lincoln Rockwell, leader of the American Nazi Party, forms the World Union of National Socialists (WUNS) in Berlin, Germany.
April 20th 1962: British Nationalist Party (BNP) leaders, Colin Jordan and John Tyndall, lead a rally in London, England in support of the Deutsche Rechtspartei (DR) and Deutsch-Soziale Union (DSU).
May 11th 1962. Premier of Durch den Spiegel (Through the Looking Glass) starring Marlene Dietrich (older) and Marlene Dietrich (younger) directed by Frederick Fosdick, In the world premier the older Marlene says 'Its time to let my alter sister live her future. She has come back at the same age that I was making my path. Since we meet we have talked about it. I already made my future. I only want that all of you judge her by her merits, not mine. Its time for my other self to grow. That's all I ask for Marlene'.
May 12th 1962: NATO staff motorcade is attacked by German nationalists in Berlin, amidst concern of "Nazi revivalists" and Communists.
May 31st 1962: Adolph Hitler is Executed in Tel Aviv, Israel, In what the Isreali government refers to as "pro-active self defense".
June 1st 1962: Members of Deutsche Rechtspartei (DR) and Deutsch-Soziale Union (DSU) meet with Palestinian leaders in East Jerusalem.
July 23rd 1962: Trafalgar Square Riots; Oswald Mosley leads British Nationalist Party members in riots in support of the Nazi Party in Weimar Germany.
August 13, 1962: Elizabeth Anderson gives birth to Joseph Anderson, future President of the USA.
September 1, 1962: Soviet Union cancels plans to place nuclear weapons in Cuba.
October 3, 1962: Sherman Anderson registers to vote, joining the Republican Party.
November 6th 1962: The JFP and the DE both make noticeable gains in the parliamentary elections. The Zentrum Party has the largest contingent in the Reichstag, followed closely by the SDP, and then the DSU, the DE, the JFP, the Communist Party and then the DR. The Nazis have been reduced to only 12 seats.
November 12th 1962: After their poor results in the Reichstag elections the German People's Party (DVP) and the German Democratic Party (DDP), announce their merge to form one liberal party. The new party would be called Freie Demokratische Partei, has its 1948-1959 forerunner.
November 13th 1962: World premier of 'Addio mio angelo' starring Marlene Dietrich (younger) and Vittorio Gassman directed by Luchino Visconti.
December 9, 1962: German President Hindenburg announces plans to visit France the following year.
January 1st 1963: Otto Frank, now a member of the Reichstag, presents his “Declaration Against Anti-Semitism and Racism” to the Reichstag in Berlin. This law would guarantee the freedoms of all Germans regardless of race or creed, and specifically banned racial and religious discrimination. The law passes, though just barely, with large support coming from the SDP and the DE, along with a fairly warm support from the Zentrum Party.
January 22nd 1963: Saturday Evening Post reports a boom in "new antique" cars being sold by Germans to foreign buyers, for the average price of $750 American dollars.
February 3-9, 1963: President Hindenburg visits Paris, and assures French leaders that Germany will remain peaceful towards France. Discussions are had concerning new economic investment to help modernize Germany.
March 1st 1963: LZ-129 Phoenix makes it's first test flight from Friedrichshafen to Berlin and back.
March 11th 1963: German police break up a meeting of Communists in Berlin. They discover several crates of Soviet weapons.
March 29th 1963: Associated Press uncovers Nazi "Brownshirts" aiding neo-fascists in Italy, raising tensions between the 2 countries.
April 1st 1963: National Socialist Party leaders launch a boycott of American products in Berlin, Germany, with little success
April 3rd 1963: Reverend Billy Graham launches his "Berlin Crusade" calling for evangelical Christianity during a rally in Berlin, Germany.
April 12th 1963: The Phoenix takes off from Frankfurt for its maiden voyage to America. Aboard are several German diplomats going to meet with the American government. In total, the ship carries 145 passengers plus crew. Eckener is also onboard.
April 14th 1963: The Phoenix arrives safely at Lakehurst, NJ. Camera men record the historic event, which is played all across the country and in Europe.
May 3rd 1963: US Military officials meet with BZG officials, and BGZ agrees to start work on a cargo lifter for the US Military.
May 6th 1963: Magnus Hierschfeld's Institute for Sexual Research in Berlin, Germany becomes a popular European destination
May 15th 1963: NASA Astronaut Gordon Cooper testifies before the "Weimar Event" Commission of the United Nations Security Council in New York City, New York, helping to establish the myth that the United States government had a role in the "Weimar Event".
June 1st 1963: President John F. Kennedy and former President Dwight D. Eisenhower announce plans to visit Berlin to commemorate the unveiling of the "Weimar Event" memorial in Berlin, Germany.
June 11th 1963: Work begins on the LZ-130 Zeitreisender (time traveler), as as sister ship to the Phoenix.
June 26th 1963: President John F. Kennedy announces a formal political alliance with Germany in Berlin, Premier Nikita Khrushchev condemns the action immediately.
July 8th 1963: the "West German remnant" votes to join "Weimar Germany" in referendum of 50.9% percent.
August 6th 1963: German musician Karlrobert Kreiten releases the first German language rock album called "Hallogallo".
August 19th 1963: BZG announces a completed design for the LZ-131 Adler, which is to be the test cargo lifter for the US Military.
September 12th 1963: Construction begins on a series of expansions to the Zeppelin shipyards in Friedrichshafen.
October 19th 1963: Construction begins on the LZ-131
October 27th 1963: German musician Alma Rosé releases her first album "In den Gärten Pharaos", marking the beginning of the German "Swing Rock" scene.
November 12th 1963: Weimar Scandal; British Parliament scandalized after it is revealed that MI5 has been conducting "covert operations" in Germany, through the Embassy in Berlin.
November 26th 1963: German "new age" writer Karl Ernst Krafft begins to sell LSD across Germany.
December 1, 1963: Sherman Anderson gets a job working as an office assistant at the Oklahoma County Courthouse.
January 11th 1964: Edith Frankel gives birth to her one and only son, Jakob Frankel.
January 27th 1964: Roman Polansky moves to Berlin.
February 21st 1964: European bank officials announce that Germany's foreign debts have been reduced c.46%, sparking calls for international investment.
March 10th, 1964: Surfing Safari; The Rivieras, the Beach Boys, and Jan & Dean, establish "California Surf Music" as a new genre...
March 20, 1964: Elizabeth Anderson gives birth to Christina Anderson, future missionary.
April 4th 1964: President Hindenburg collapses in Berlin. He dies two days later in Berlin. Emergency elections will be held in 3 months.
April 24th 1964: The Drama of European Jewry by French Socialist Paul Rassinier, begins to actively deny that the Holocaust happened and charges that the "genocide myth " was created by the "Zionist establishment."
May 8th 1964: BGZ announces that the Akron airship yards will be reopened after repairs and an upgrade.
June 30th 1934: Berlin Fire; Ernst Rohm leads National Socialist "Brown shirts" in a series of riots in Berlin, Germany.
July 3rd 1964: Otto Frank wins the Presidency in the emergency elections. There are riots between JFP members and DR/DSU members in Berlin, Hamburg, and Frankfurt am Main. In Frankfurt, the time-lost Frank’s home is attacked. Otto Frank changes the family’s name the same week, from Frank to Frankel.
July 19th 1964: BGZ announces that they will be building several non-rigid airships to sell for public and private use. The US government says that it would be interested in using the craft for border/coastal patrol, as does several news papers and television studios, interested in using the craft to cover news events.
July 20th 1964: Premier of 'Deux femmes' starring Marlene Dietrich (younger) and Jeanne Moreau, directed by François Truffaut.
August 4th 1964: The Frankel family leave Frankfurt and move to Friedrichshafen, where Otto starts work with the financial offices of BGZ.
August 31st 1964: The LZ-130 Zeitreisender is launched, takes its first test flight from Friedrichshafen to Frankfurt.
September 1st 1964: The LZ-127 Graf Zeppelin is launched.
September 11th 1964: The LZ-131 Adler is launched, takes it’s first test flight to Berlin. On board is the US Ambassador.
October 1st 1964: German officials announce plans for the construction of a "Neubaustrecke" high-speed train in Cologne, Germany
October 9th 1964: The LZ-130 makes its maiden voyage to Lakehurst, NJ, with 155 passengers aboard.
October 21st 1964: The LZ-131 makes its maiden voyage to Lakehurst, NJ, carrying 500 tons of cargo.
October 23rd 1964: The LZ-131 arrives in America, and is turned over to the control of the US Army. However, the crew remains largely German, and is used to train American airmen how to operate the craft.
October 30th 1964: Dr. Hjalmar Schacht, head of hte Reichsbank, inaugurates the 1964 World's Fair in Berlin, in an effort to drum up economic investment in the country. Also on this day, the LZ-131 is renamed and redesignated as the AZR-001 USS Eagle. The LZ-129 and 130 make an appearance at the 1964 World’s Fair in Berlin.
November 1st 1964: Construction begins on the LZ-132 Neu Deutschlandj in Friedrichshafen.
November 3rd 1964: John F. Kennedy wins reelection.
November 7th 1964: Reichstag Elections. The SDP now holds 48% of the seats, with the DE at 22%, the DSU at 11%, the JFP at 10%, the DR at 7%, with the Communists and the Nazis with the remaining 2%. Oskar Schindler becomes Vice Chancellor.
Novembner 28th 1964: Fritz Lang meets Roman Polansky in Berlin.
December 11th, 1964: American R&B singer Sam Cooke survives a shooting in Los Angeles, California by an estranged ex-girlfriend...
December 13th, 1964: Leonid Brezhnev announces an official ban on "Krautrock" as a "corrupting influence on the youth", during a speech before the Politburo in Moscow...
January 5th 1965: DELAG reorganizes as the Zeppelin Luftsciffservice (ZLS). The company announces that service will resume to Brazil starting in April.
January 16th 1965: Senator Barry Goldwater (R-AZ) unveils a "Weimar Event" memorial in Phoenix, Arizona, sparking national controversy.
February 3, 1965: Rev. Billy Graham establishes the German Evangelical Mission in Berlin (Deutsch Evangelishe Mission), with the mission of spreading Evangelical Christianity across Germany. It is supported in the United States by the Southern Baptists, Missionary Baptists, Assemblies of God and the Methodist Church.
February 14th, 1965: American R& B group The Impressions led by Curtis Mayfield release "People Get Ready", becoming a major anthem for the underground youth movement in Germany...
March 9th 1965: PanAm expresses in interest to BGZ that they would like to purchase up to 4 Phoenix-class airships to use on a leisure service to Hawaii and the Caribbean.
March 22nd 1965 : The first German television station, Deutscher Rundfunk (GR) goes on the air in Berlin.
June 2nd 1965: Pro-Soviet Communist riots erupt in Potsdam, Germany, targetting American and British businesses.
June 29th 1965: It is revealed that many prominent SDP politicians received seizable donations from people connected to the Soviets.The SDP Chancellor Kurt von Schleicher resigns his post. Also on this day, It is revealed that many prominent SDP politicians received seizable donations from people connected to the Soviets. The SDP Chancellor Edvard Benes resigns his post.
April 30th 1965: The US Military places an order to BGZ for 10 Adler-class airships, 5 for the Army, 3 for the Navy, and 2 for the Air Force. The military states that “These airship cargo lifters have proven in every trial that they are a worthy investment and make for easy transportation of cargo to areas that would be difficult to reach with conventional transportation.
May 12th 1965: Construction on the LZ-133/AZR-002 and the LZ-134/AZR-003 begins in Friedrichshafen. Also on this day, Fritz Lang and Roman Polansky begin work on the film Die tausend Augen des Dr. Mabuse (e.g. The Thousand Eyes of Dr. Mabuse in Berlin
June 1st 1965: Construction begins on the AZ-1 Oahu Clipper for PanAm at the Akron Airship Yard.
June 21st 1965: Nazi "Brownshirts" bomb a synagogue in Frankfurt, Germany, killing 4 people.
June 29th 1965: It is revealed that many prominent SDP politicians received seizable donations from people connected to the Soviets.
June 30th 1965: Oskar Schindler is sworn in as Chancellor. This isn’t the most popular choice, and many of the SDP members don’t like having Schindler as Chancellor. However, the popularity of the SDP has taken a sever hit and no longer have the political clout to have one of their own as Chancellor.
July 4th 1965. President Frank makes a speech decrying the SDP accepting assistance from the Soviets, and calls on the USSR to stop meddling in German political affairs. “If the German people want socialism, that’s fine. But it must be THEIR choice, not influenced by the ideas of Russian communists who would paint the whole world Red.”
August 10th 1965: British neo-fascist Mike Henry Passmore is arrested in Karlsruhe, Germany after attempting to smuggle weapons to Nazi "Brownshirts".
September 1st 1965: The LZ-132 Neu Deutschland is completed, and takes its first test flight to Frankfurt.
September 30th 1965: The LZ-132 takes off on it’s maiden voyage to Rio de Janeiro.
October 3rd 1965: The LZ-132 arrives in Rio, carrying 159 passengers.
November 4th 1965: Construction begins on the AZ-2 Jamaican Clipper at the Akron airship yard.
December 5th 1965: Jean-Louis Tixier-Vignancour, launches a right-wing campaign in Paris, France for a right-wing nationalist government
January 11th, 1966: The Walker Brothers of Los Angeles, California rise to #1 on the Billboard charts for their hit single "The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine Anymore..."
February 16th, 1966: British officials recommend to Allied leaders in Berlin, a ban on "Krautrock" music , citing it as a dirsuptive influence on the youth...
March 15th 1966: President Charles de Gaulle calls for the deployment of French troops to control the situation in Germany, sparking civil unrest and violence.
April 8th 1966: Premier of polemical antiwar film 'Aus Anstand' (Of Decency) starring Marlene Dietrich (younger), directed by Erich Waschneek.
April 14th 1966: LZ-133 is completed in Friedrichshafen, taking a test flight to Frankfurt.
April 31st 1966: LZ-134 is completed and takes it’s first test flight to Hamburg.
May 2nd 1966: The LZ-133 arrives in the US, and is handed over to the US Army at Lakehurst, and is renamed the AZR-002 USS George Washington.
May 7th 1966: Construction begins on the LZ-135 for ZLS in Friedrichshafen.
May 19th 1966: THe LZ-134 arrives in Lakehurst, and renamed the AZR-003 USS Alabama and given to the US Navy.
May 21st 1966: Construction begins on the LZ-135 for ZLS in Friedrichshafen.
May 30th 1966: Construction begins on the LZ-136 for the US Air Force.
June 11th 1966: the AZ-1 Oahu Clipper is completed and takes it’s first test flight to Washington.
June 15th 1966: President Kennedy becomes the first U.S. President to fly on an airship when he takes a demonstration flight on the Oahu Clipper
June 19th 1966: Mass bankruptcy this fiscal quarter, peaking in 19% of German companies declaring bankruptcy on this date. Competition with "Future consumer goods" or "Futurischverbraucherwaren" is cited as a cause.
June 26th 1966: German director Gustav von Wangenheim produces the film Bortsy (e.g. The Fighters) which depicts the Allied leaders and Nazis as homosexuals.
June 28th 1966: Chrysler buys out Daimler. The National Socialist Party holds a protest in Stuttgart, Germany proclaiming "Jewish conspiracy."
June 30th 1966: The "Futurist Party" is founded in Berlin, on the platform of "modernization and economic self sufficiency"
July 1st 1966: Maiden Voyage of the Oahu Clipper from Los Angeles to Honolulu, carrying 229 passengers.
July 19th 1966: BGZ announces the construction of the Seattle Airship Yard.
August 1st 1966: Construction begins on the AZ-3 Honolulu Clipper at Akron.
August 4th 1966 : Siemens AG signs a $ 201 million deal with General Electric to produce televisions and other "Futurischverbraucherwaren" for the German market in their factory in Frankfurt, Germany
August 22nd 1966: Weimar Panic; European and American stock markets suffer the largest drop in value since 1960 after Reichsbank leaders announce plans for "financial correction".
August 28th 1966: The Venice Film Festival renders a tribute to German cinema organized in Old Weimar (1918-1933), Exiled Germany (1933-1945), After War Germany (1945-1959) and New Weimar (1960 to date).
September 23rd 1966: AZ-2 Jamaican Clipper is completed.
September 27th 1966: Los Angeles Times launches a campaign to promote tourism in "time lost" Germany.
October 12th 1966: Maiden Voyage of the Jamaican Clipper from New Orleans to Kingston. 256 passengers are onboard.
November 12th 1966: Construction begins on the AZ-4 Puerto Rican Clipper
December 2nd 1966: Premier Leonid Brezhnev launches a2-hour anti-German speech before the Politburo in Moscow, sparking fears of a military intervention in the region.
December 31st 1966: Despite tensions between the United States and Germany, "Weimar Event" tour begins, to drum up support for the memorial services worldwide.
January 1st 1967: George Lincoln Rockwell leads "White Power" rallies in Berlin, Germany as part of "Aryan Civil Rights".
February 15th, 1967: Cecil Smith leads effort in Los Angeles, California, calling for an "inspection" of popular music for "community standards"..
March 2nd 1967: Completion of the LZ-135, named the Weimar. Test flight to Weimar.
March 6th 1967: President John F. Kennedy and Israeli Prime Minister David Ben Guiron meet in Washington D.C., warning of the threat German militias pose for the Middle East.
March 5th 1967: Soviet troops call for the "territorial integrity" of Poland, before the United Nations General Assembly in New York City, New York.
March 17th 1967: Anti-French riots erupt in Clichy, Germany, as right wing leaders condemn NATO military presence in the region.
March 19th 1967: Completion of the LZ-136, test flight to Frankfurt.
April 1st 1967: The Auschwitz Story is aired on German television. President Frank is interviewed several times in the documentary, and in one poignant session he shows his serial number tattoo and then chokes up about the loss of his entire family. This severely damages any credibility the Nazis have managed to keep since the Weimar Event.
April 2nd 1967: President Frank announces an ardent anti-facism/nazism/racism campaign to be sponsored by the government. This includes full page ads in all the major papers on a weekly basis, regular radio and television commercials, a weekly television and radio program interviewing survivors, large billboards in all the major cities, and new curriculum for school children.
April 15th 1967: The Public Stake in Revisionism by British right-wing author Harry Elmer Barnes, claims that Allied actions against the Germans were much worse than any German war crimes, "real or alleged." He also escalates his claims of an historical blackout to that of a "smotherout., becoming a major bestseller amongst the German people.
April 21st 1967: Weimar makes maiden voyage to Rio.
April 30th 1967: LZ-136 arrives in Lakehurst, turned over to the US Air Force. Renamed the AZR-004 USS Falcon.
May 1st 1967: The Great Assassination Attempt: Bombs explode at several regional headquarters of the JFP and the DE around Germany, along with bombs at the national offices of both parties in Berlin. In addition, shots are fired at President Frank, who recieves a minor gunshot wound in the arm, and a bomb explodes in the office of Chancellor Schindler. Schindler is severly wounded, but lives after spending months in the hospital. He is forced to resign the office, replaced by SDP chairman Konrad Henlen.
May 2nd 1967: Construction begins on the LZ-137 and the LZ-138 in Friedrichshafen. Both will be for the ZLS.
May 6th 1967: BGZ designer Eric Spehl presents his design for a "fuel-less airship" to investors in New York City. The design calls for solar panels, batteries, and an electric propeller engine.
May 20th 1967: BGZ establishes the Perpetual Flight Project Office in Akron, with Eric Spehl as project head. Some funding is provided by the US Army.
May 27th 1967: AZ-3 Honolulu Clipper is completed, takes a test flight to St. Louis.
June 2nd 1967: An investigation reveals several leading DR members along with the Brownshirts are behind the Great Assassination Attempt. President Frank calls on the DR and the Brownshirts to be banned.
June 21st 1967: Honolulu Clipper makes maiden voyage from San Francisco to Honolulu.
June 25th 1967: United Nations Secretary-General U Thant, during an interview with the New York Times states, "There is no scientist, military leader, or politician, to whom I have spoken who can guarantee that an event similar to the events of 160, will not repeat themselves again."
June 29th 1967: Youth Against War and Fascism (YAWF) launches rallies in Buffalo, New York to protest American relations with Germany.
June 30th 1967: Puerto Rican Clipper makes maiden voyage from Miami to Puerto Rico.
July 2nd 1967: Construction begins on the AZ-5 for the US Army.
July 5th 1967: Construction begins on the AZ-6 for the US Navy.
July 19th 1967: Buchenwald Riots; Polish nationalists and German right-wing nationalists spark riots in Buchenwald, Germany, 450 people are arrested. Also on this day, In Munich is opened the Modern Art Exhibit, that will tour major German cities. This exhibit is an tribute and historical acclamation to the artists classified by the Nazi Regime has entartete Kunst (Degenerate art). Also on this date, AZ-4 Puerto Rican Clipper is completed, takes a test flight to New York.
July 24th 1967: The Reichstag votes on a ban of the Brownshirts and the DR. The ban on the Brownshirts passes, which makes ALL paramilitary groups illegal in Germany. The DR ban fails, however
August 24th, 1967: Pete Seeger performs folk music during an underground concert, in Berlin, sparking international controversy...
September 23, 1967: Elizabeth Anderson gives birth to Caleb Anderson, future engineer for BGZ.
October 12th 1967: President Frank makes a speech before the United Nations, calling on Europe and America and the Soviet Union to aid the German government in it's fight on internal fascism.
November 8th, 1967: Soviet Jubilee Festival, commemorative Communism's 50th Anniversary, fails to attract German people to the Socialist cause, becoming a political embarassmnet...
December 2nd 1967: The home of Otto Frankel in Friedrichshafen is bombed. Otto is at work and his daughters are at school. His wife, Edith, is killed.
December 19th 1967: Otto Skorzeny begins training Egyptian troops in Cairo, Egypt, sparking concerns of German involvement.
January 1st 1968: Seattle Airship Yards dedicated.
January 10th 1968: Construction begins on the AZ-7, AZ-8, AZ-9, and AZ-10, all to fulfill the military orders.
January 12th 1968: Otto Frankel transfers to the BGZ office in New York, and immigrates to America with his two daughters, Margot (11) Anna (8), and one son, Jakob (4).
January 29th 1968: Soviet Premier Leonid Brezhnev deploys troops into Poland, warning of Brownshirt violence along the borders of the Sudetenland.
February 1st 1968: First Anti-war demonstrations in Berlin, Frankfurt, Munich, Koenigsberg, Dresden, Stuttgart, Weimar, Bremen and Düsseldorf.
February 8th 1968: Protesters throw Molotov cocktails at the U.S. Embassy in Berlin, Germany.
February 17th 1968: International Vietnam Congress is held at Technische Universität in Berlin, sparking tensions between the United States and Germany.
February 25th 1968: Premier Leonid Brezhnev accuses NATO and the American government with "aiding the resurrection of the Nazi cause."
March 3rd 1968: Completion of the LZ-137 Frankfurt am Main.
March 9th 1968: Completion of the LZ-138 Berlin.
March 28th 1968: Czechoslovakian leaders warn of "Brownshirt" militias entering into the Sudetenland, sparking fears of a possible Soviet conflict.
April 21st 1968: Maiden voyage of the Frankfurt am Main to Lakehurst. There are 302 passengers aboard.
May 16th 1968: Riots erupt outside the Reichstag in Berlin, as Nazi "Brownshirts" and Socialist leaders clash violently; 450 people are arrested.
April 29th 1968: Maiden voyage of the Berlin to Rio. There are 269 passengers onboard.
April 30th 1968: Construction begins on the LZ-139 and LZ-140 in Friedrichshafen.
May 2nd 1968: New York City announces the construction of two airship hangars at La Guardia International AIrport, which will mean the end of service to Lakehurst.
May 13th 1968: Completion of the AZ-5, which is given to the US Army and named the AZR-005 USS John Adams.
May 25th 1968: Completion of the AZ-6, which is given to the US Navy and named the AZR-006 USS Alaska.
June 24th 1968: Communist and Nazi militia groups clash in Munich, as 5,000 Communists march in the center of Berlin.
June 19th 1968: Construction begins on the AZ-11 and the AZ-12 in Akron.
July 4th 1968: Construction begins on the AZ-13 Pioneer, which is the prototype airship for the Perpetual Flight Project in Akron.
July 10th 1968: SDP Chairman Franz von Papen is assassinated during a rally in Berlin, Germany by Nazi "Brownshirts" led by Ernst Rohm.
August 22nd 1968: Tensions mount as anti-Soviet protests erupt in Berlin, Munich, and Frankfurt over the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia.
September 12th 1968: British Airways signs a deal to purchase the LZ-140 and LZ-141. BA plans to offer pleasure cruises in the Mediterranean.
September 29th 1968: The first member of the "Futurist Party" Carl Friedrich Goerdeler is elected to the Reichstag. He gives a speech that included the line "Germany can remain an island in the sea of time, forever 30 years behind, or she can rejoin the mainland, and perhaps even emerge a leader, overtaking the others. I see no reason the island of the past can't become the island of future. Instead of the rest of the world looking back at Germany, Germany could one day, very well look back at the rest of the world."
October 11th 1968: LZ-135 Weimar explodes in one of the airship hangars in Frankfurt at 3:30 in the afternoon. Originally scheduled for a take off time of 11:00 a.m, weather had delayed the take off until 5:00 p.m.
October 12th 1968: Anti-Ameriocan protests against American involvement in Vietnam erupt in Berlin, Germany.
November 7th 1968: Anti-American protests against American involvement in Vietnam erupt in Berlin, Germany.
November 24th 1968: Peter Gay, reporter for the New York Times proclaims the rise of "Neo-Weimar" culture on a worldwide basis.
December 1st 1968: German government releases the report of the investigation into the Weimar bombing. It was determined that the explosion was caused by a bomb that was placed in the ship’s passenger lounge. The investigators learned that the bomb was placed by a new member of the crew with ties to the former Nazi party and currently a member of the DSU. Evidence points to a plot by senior DSU and DR members.
December 6th 1968: Members of the “Weimar Bomb Plot” are rounded up in Frankfurt, Berlin, and Hamburg. In all, 39 people are arrested, including the Vice Chairman of the DSU and several DR and DSU legislators.
December 29th 1968: Adam Stegerwald of the Deutsche Zentrumspartei (German Centrist Party) arouses controversy when he gives a speech that includes the line "Germany is sick of being punished form something she hasn't even done yet!"
January 5th 1969: Otto Hess leader of Deutsche Reichspartei (DR) leads a demonstration in support of Adam Stegerwald stating "here is a man who has the true best interests of the German nation at heart"
January 12th 1969: “Weimar Bomb Plot” trial begins in Frankfurt.
January 14th 1969: Completion of the AZ-7 and AZ-8. The AZ-7 is given to the US Air Force and named the AZR-007 USS Raven. The AZ-8 is given to the US Army and named the AZR-008 USS Thomas Jefferson.
January 20th 1969: Completion of the AZ-9 and AZ-10. AZ-9 given to the US Army, named the AZR-009 USS James Madison. The AZ-10 is given to the US Navy, named the AZR-010 USS State of Arizona.
February 1st 1969: Construction begins on the AZ-14, AZ-15, AZ-16 in Seattle.
February 9th 1969:Adam Stegerwald says in a televised interview "My remarks where not pro-fascism. I'm an unapologetic democrat. I was merely speaking of the American and Soviet meddling in German affairs."
February 11th 1969: The two masterminds of the Weimar Bomb Plot are sentenced to death. The rest of the 39 plotters are sentenced to 25 years in prison. When the sentence is made public later that day, the so-called “Trial Riots” break out in Berlin, Frankfurt, Hamburg, and Cologne, with DSU and DR members fighting with DE, JFP, and SDP members. The unrest lasts until the 13th of February.
February 15th 1969: Otto Hess brands Adam Stegerwald "A traitor to the German race" despite coming out in support of him mere days earlier.
March 1st 1969: Reichstag passes a measure to ban the DR. A measure was also introduced to ban the DSU, but this fails.
March 2nd 1969: Opening of the airship hangars at La Guardia International Airport.
March 27th 1969: Completion of the LZ-139, named the Hamburg.
April 1st 1969: Completion of the LZ-140, named the Europa. She is handed over to the ownership of British Airways later that afternoon.
April 11th 1969: Europa makes it’s maiden voyage to London from Berlin.
April 15th 1969: American U-2 reconnaisance flight is shot down over the Baltic Sea by Soviet forces in Poland, raising tensions between the two superpowers.
April 20th 1969: Hamburg makes it’s maiden voyage to New York.
May 1st 1969: Construction begins on the LZ-141 and LZ-142.
May 11th 1969: Completion of the AZ-11, given to the US Army, named the AZR-011 USS James Monroe.
May 13th 1969: Completion of the AZ-12, turned over to PanAm, named the Golden Gate Clipper.
June 21st 1969: Black Panther Party leader Huey Newton condemns "America's embrace of German fascism" during an interview in Oakland, California.
June 22nd, 1969: Deutsche Rechtspartei (DR) leaders launch rallies in Berlin, Germany claiming "Britiain , France, and the United States are all forcing us into a war."
July 30th 1969: American ambassador Arnold H. Meyer is atacked in Berlin, Germany, sparking concern of an international incident.
August 13th 1969: Completion of the AZ-13 Pioneer.
August 15th 1969: The Myth of the Six Million by American right-wing author David Leslie Hoggan, accuses Jews of using the Holocaust to discredit the German nation and its attempts to maintain national identity and racial purity.
August 20th 1969: start of the first test flight of the Pioneer, from Washington, D.C., to Honolulu and back. The ship is allowed to moor at Honolulu, but not to land.
September 1st 1969: The Pioneer returns to Washington, D.C., where the ship’s crew is given a reception at a Washington hotel with President Nixon in attendance.
September 30th 1969: The Pioneer begins it’s second and most famous test flight, a 1 year around the world trip. The ship leaves New York at noon, bound for Cardington, then Paris, Frankfurt, Berlin, Rome, Jerusalem, Baghdad, Bombay, Calcutta, Hong Kong, Singapore, Perth, Sydney, Auckland, Tokyo, Seoul, Honolulu, Panama City, Rio de Janeiro, Kingston, Mexico City, San Francisco, Seattle, Denver, Chicago, St. Louis, Atlanta, and then finally returning to Washington on August 31, 1970, as long as all went well.
October 12th 1969: Reichstag leaders openly condemn the "Brain Drain" caused by German scientists being "out-sourced" to the United States, Great Britain, France, Italy, and the Soviet Union.
October 24th 1969: Hans Globke launches sectarian Roman Catholic riots in Weimar, Germany.
October 28th 1969: Adam Stegerwald is shot in an assassination attempt by a fascist. He survives, but is paralyzed from the waist down for life.
November 11, 1969: Alexander Andrae is nominated to run for the Presidency by the DSU.
November 21st 1969: Under a top-secret memorandum, President Richard M. Nixon agrees to the covert deployment of nuclear weapons into Germany in an effort to prevent a Soviet invasion.
November 29th, 1969: Fritz von Unruh is nominated as compromise candidate by CDP members of the Reichstag in Berlin, Germany....
December 5th 1969: Premier Leonid Brezhnev threatens military intervention in an effort to deal with the civil unrest and violence in Germany, during a speech before the Politburo in Moscow.
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Here is 1970s:
January 1st 1970: On the tenth aniversary of the Wiemar event, the Time Square New years celebration calls for a "moment of silence." This becomes a tradition upheld on every "round year".
January 2nd 1970: President Otto Frank announces that he will not run in this year's presidential election, which has been set for June 1.
January 21st 1970: Adam Stegerwald, of the DZP announces his intention to run for the Presidency.
February 12th 1970: Adam Stegerwald recieves the endorsements of both the JFP and the DE.
February 15th 1970: French President Georges Pompidou warns of the danger of a rising Neo-Nazi movement, during an interview in Le Monde in Paris, France.
March 12th 1970 The third english Language Album by the Comedian Harmonists "time was on our side" reached #1 of the US Billboard charts.
Critics see the production work of Brian Wilson as essential for this sucess
March 16th 1970: Soviet Mig-21s fly over the Brandenberg Gate in Berlin, Germany in as a "show of force", sparking international attention and concern.
April 1st 1970: French newspaper Le Monde warns that German negotiations with the Soviet Union pose a "grave threat to all of Western Europe". Also on this day, Soviet Troops are ordered to the boarder with East Prussia, to close all passable routes into the German territory.
April 30th 1970: Italy begins deployment of military forces into Germany in an effort to "insure regional security"...
May 2nd 1970: Construction begins on the Prussian Wall, officially called the "anti-fascist defense barrier", to encircle the entirety of East Prussia. Some parts are an actual concrete wall, other sections are many layers of barbed wire.
May 21st 1970: Kassel Riots; Right-wing leader Adolf von Thadden clashes with Communist leader Willi Stoph during riots in Kassel, Germany.
June 1st 1970: There is a plurality in the presidential election, and a run off is called between Alexander Andrae (DSU) and Fritz von Unruh (CDP), and set to occur in one month.
June 11th 1970: Poland closes all rail access between Germany and East Prussia, outraging officials in Berlin.
June 15th 1970: Anti-Commmunist riots erupt in Lower Saxony and the Saarland, sparking concerns of a larger European military conflict.
June 20th 1970: Poland sends ships to close East Prussian ports, saying "this may be your land, but it's our water." The same day the Polish government closes it's airspace to Weimar aircraft, effectively cutting East Prussia off from Germany.
June 22nd 1970: President Frank issues a one week ultimatum: open the boarder to allow trains to East Prussia or we'll open them ourselves.
June 24th 1970: President Nixon makes an emergency call to the Kremlin to speak to Premier Brezhnev. In a quirky turn of Cold War events, it is decided that, since Germany is not officially a member of either bloc, that the world's superpowers should not get directly involved in this situation for now. Nixon gets Brezhnev to agree to a one month abstention from the unfolding "East Prussia Crisis".
June 29th 1970: The deadline expires. The German government orders a train sent through to East Prussia, and orders it to plow through the closed boarder. At the same time, a Lufthansa aircraft is ordered to fly to East Prussia. At the moment of truth, the Poles, knowing that Moscow will not have their back at the moment, allow the train and the plane to pass.
June 30th 1970: The Polish government states that, until a permanent agreement can be reached, 6 trains will be allowed to pass from Germany to East Prussia per day, and the cannot stop for any reason within Polish territory. The air and sea ways remain closed.
July 1th 1970: Fritz von Unruh is elected as the next German President, and will take office on August 1, 1970. There are riots in Berlin, Hamburg, and Munich caused by supporters of Andrae.
July 2nd 1970: LZ-141 is completed, named the Brazillia. She’s turned over to DELAG.
July 9th 1970: LZ-142 is completed, named the London Dream, turned over to British Airways.
July 18th 1970: Brownshirts launch anti-Communist riots in Rostock, Germany, injuring Communist Party leader Walter Ulbricht in the process.
August 1st 1970: President von Unruh meets with Polish leaders in Copenhagen to discuss the East Prussian Crisis.
August 11th 1970: Copenhagen Agreement is signed. Poland agrees to allow 1 rail line for unregulated German traffic to and from East Prussia, along with a narrow air corridor for aircraft to travel two and from East Prussia. The Port of Konigsberg is also reopened. In return, Germany agrees to reduce troop levels in East Prussia. They also agree to meet again in 1 years time in Stockholm to reevaluate the situation in the region.
August 13th 1970: President Nixon hails the Copenhagen Agreement as a possible thaw in Cold War relations.
August 20th, 1970: Youth Aliyah begins advertising for Soviet Jews to consider emigration to the Weimar Republic, advertising in Pravda.
August 29th 1970: The Pioneer arrives in Washington two days ahead of schedule amid great pomp and circumstance. President Nixon greats the captain and crew at the landing field.
September 7th 1970: Political analyst Walter Laquer warns that NATO policies are leading to a "massive backlash" at Brandeis University in Boston, Massachusetts.
September 28th 1970: Gunnar Myrdal leads riots in Frankfurt, Germany warning of the "tyranny of the super powers".
October 11th 1970: US Army orders 4 Pioneer class airships.
October 28th 1970: Doctor J. Allen-Hynek testifies before the United Nations Security Council in New York City, New York, warning that "space colonization maybe the only means whereby a "Weimar Event" won't spell the immediate destruction of civilization."
November 20th 1970: American Flock band Peter, Paul and Mary release their hit Single "Leaving on a Zepplin" which quickly climbs to the top of the charts.
December 7th 1970: Neo-fascist leader Giovanni de Borghese announces his support for Brownshirts during a rally in Rome, Italy.
December 21th 1970: During a meeting of the Politburo, hardline party members put pressure on General Secretary Brezhnev to force Germany to give up East Prussia.
January 2nd 1971: the Soviet Union orders Poland to close the rail line between Germany and East Prussia.
January 3rd 1971: Neo-fascist La Nation Europenne is published in Paris, France, becoming popular amongst DRP members in Germany.
January 4th, 1971: 30,000 Georgian Jews begin their migration to Weimar Germany from Tblisi, Georgia SSR, creating a humanitiarian crisis,...
January 7th 1971: President von Unruh, in a speech to the Reichstag, demands that Poland not reneg on the Copenhagen Agreement
January 19th, 1971: Aliyah movement leaders lead a luncheon in Los Angeles, California, calling on the Nixon administration to allow the immigration of Jewish refugees in Weimar, Germany....
February 1st 1971: General Secretary Brezhnev issues an ultimatum: Germany had to surrender it's claim to East Prussia within 30 days, or Poland and the USSR would invade and take it by force.
February 26th 1971: East Prussian Pocket; President Richard M. Nixon announces "peace with honor" ceding limited autonomy of the East Prussian pocket to Polish and Soviet officials; Conservatives claim a "German betrayal".
April 14th 1971: Christlich Demokratische Union Deutschlands (CDU) MP Ludwig Erhard gives a speach calling for "swift military action" and "1914 borders" in the matter of the East Prussian Crisis. Few German politicians take this seriously, however his use of the term "Blitzkrieg" turns this into a full on media frenzy.
March 7th 1971: Herman Hesse leads a youth counter-culture movement based on Spiritualism and Zen Buddhism in Frankfurt, Germany.
July 11th 1971: American comedian Lenny Bruce sparks controversy after he jokingly states "by the time you understand this joke it will be 2001..." during a club routine in Munich, Germany.
August 24th 1971: Rabbi Meir Kahane writes the book: Fascism: Freind of the Jew Which states that Jews are an offshot of the Ayran race, that the Soviets where responsible for the holocaust and that WWII was a war of liberation, but that the Jews and Axis powers where "Stabbed in the back" by Pro-Soviet Western Socailist leaders such as Roosevelt.
August 28th 1971: Neo-Nazi riots erupt in Berlin, Germany, sparking international attention and concern.
October 3rd 1971: Jewish youth leader Franz Rosenzweig begins wearing the Star of David in public as a "Star of Redemption", in Berlin, Germany.
February 15th 1972: Soviet artist Alexander Shitomirski, launches an exhibit in Moscow, Russia portraying Germany as a nation controlled by fascists and a military junta.
February 20th 1972: "Neo-Weimar" culture shocks residents of Kansas City, Missouri during a theatrical performance with graphic displays of sexual acts and nudity.
March 31st 1972: Premier Leonid Brezhnev announces a temporary opening of the East Prussian territory for trade and tourism, before ht ePolitburo in Moscow, USSR.
April 1st 1972: Soviet and Polish officials announce the opening of East Prussia to trade for the first time in over 2 years.
May 7th 1972: Economists report a massive economic downturn after "economic adjustments" are made by the German Ministry of Finance in Berlin, Germany.
May 8th 1972: Deutsche Reichspartei (DR) MP Gerhard Krüger Publishes his highly controversal German translation of Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand.
June 7th 1972: German leaders meet secretly with Israeli leaders in Tel Aviv, in an effort to insure better relations between the two countries.
December 12th 1972: Nazi Brownshirts are blamed for riots in Vienna, Austria, sparking concerns of a possible crisis in the region.
April 5th 1973: Riots break out in Berlin, Dresden, and Bremen as Turkish guest-workers who have been brought in through NATO, clash with local Communist militias.
April 24th 1973: Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) leaders meet with DRP leaders, calling for an "end to Zionist imperialism" during a rally in Berlin, Germany.
June 8th 1973: Actress Emmy Sonnemann (a.k.a. Emmy Goring) leads a neo-fascist rally in Berlin, Germany calling for the return of East Prussia.
August 4th 1973: Augustin J. App publishes The Six Million Swindle: Blackmailing the German People for Hard Marks with Fabricated Corpses. The pamphlet states openly that the Holocaust "hoax" was created by Communists and Jews, particularly the Zionists. It also lays out eight axioms that will become the founding principles of the Institute for Historical Review (IHR).
August 5th 1973: Holocaust survivors offer Augustin J. App a guided tour of the Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration Camp in Alsace-Lorraine, France. He acquiesces and tours it later that month but points out that very few were slaughtered in that camp itself. The Holocaust survivors widely publicize his admission that some were indeed slaughtered there.
September 18th 1973: Governor James E. Carter (D-GA) calls for a political commission to understand the nature of the "Weimar Event" during hearings in Washington D.C.
September 22nd 1973: PLO Chairman Yasser Arafat dedicates the creation of the Palestinean Liberation Organization (PLO) in Berlin, Germany, despite massive protests by Israeli and American governments.
October 1st 1973: Soviet and Polish military forces are given the order, “Do not hesitate with the use of a firearm, including when the border breakouts involve women and children, which the traitors have already frequently taken advantage of."
October 28th 1973: Leftist student leaders set fire to the birthplace of Adolph Hitler in Braunau-Am-Inn, Austria
November 9th 1973: Jewish-owned nightclub "Tacheles" opens in Berlin, Germany, becoming one of the most popular clubs in Western Europe.
November 15th 1973: Police attribute a "Death List" of 1617 German leaders and civilians to Brownshirts in Berlin, Germany
December 31st 1973: First meeting of the "Jews For Fascism" Society in Munich, Germany.
January 14th 1974: Deutsche Reichspartei (DR) MP Gerhard Krüger declares the formation of the "Objectivist/Fascist Union" Party in Berlin.
February 22nd 1974: Samuel Byck assassinates President Richard Nixon in Washington D.C., by flying a DC-9 into the White House, sparking international attention and concern.
June 10th 1974: German expatriate, formerly of Buenos Aires, Argentina publishes Why Do They Lie to Us? Perhaps Hitler Was Right?, dismissing the Second World War and the Holocaust as a measn to "extort the German people."
October 2nd 1974: Did Six Million Really Die? The Truth at Last by Richard Harwood is published in Great Britain by the British Nationalist Party (BNP), and transported into Germany, claiming there is no "solid physical evidence of a German-led Holocaust."
May 2nd 1975: Palestine My Homeland by Ahmad Hussein, is published by members of the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) claiming that the Holocaust never happend.
May 10th 1975: CIA station is exposed by German intelligence agents in Berlin, sparking tensions between the United States and Germany.
July 6th 1975: Nazi "Brownshirts" spark riots in the North Rhine and Westphalia areas of Germany, sparking international attention and concern.
August 19th 1975: A massive riot, lasting 1 hour, breaks out in the Reichstag over the issue of the issue of military pension funds, 16 MPs injured.
February 21st 1976: "Krautrock" group STOPPOK led Manuel Göttsching release the album "SCHIZO 1976", often considered the first "Furturist" Album, it is composed entirely from electronic instruments of the band's own invention. It quickly climbs to the top of the charts in Germany, and the rest of Europe soon after.
May 9th-23rd 1976: Berlin "Days of Music" Festival is held in an effort to introduce new styles of German music, sparking international attention.
November 15th 1976: Hertha Thiele founds Frauenliebe (Female Love) a "Lesbian Feminist Commune" in the Bavaria.
March 6th 1977: Kurt Weill, Paul Tillich, and Bruno Walter call upon the German government to recognize the civil liberties of homosexuals, sparking civil unrest in Berlin.
March 23rd 1977: Soviet troops move into East Prussian pocket at Danzig as part of a "police action", sparking international condemnation.
July 11th 1977: David Irving's controversial book, Hitler's War, is published. While Irving does not yet deny the Holocaust in this book, he does surmise that Hitler was a weak and vacillating leader who knew nothing about the "Final Solution." Many historians condemned the book as an attempt to rehabilitate Nazism and explained that it was filled with factual errors and fabrications.
August 8th 1977: British historian David Irving offers "$1000 for evidence that Hitler knew about Auschwitz."
August 19th 1977: Anti-socialist riots erupt in Bonn, sparking international attention and concern.
August 23rd 1977: Herbert Kappler Prominent member of the Thule Society commits suicide under the influence of LSD. This event will later become a focal point of Conspiracy theories and Occult studies the world over.
September 30th 1977: German military recruits stage a "burning of the Jews" rally in Bonn, sparking international condemnation and outrage.
December 11th 1977: Krupps Armament Corp., is accused of aiding Palestinian terrorists, sparking tensions between Germany and Israel.
January 12th 1978: STOPPOK begins their world tour.
February 5th 1978: Brownshirt leader Lothat-Harold Schulte leads riots against NATO occupation forces in Munich, Germany.
March 5th 1978: The award-winning documentation (winning "Best Picture" at the Berlin Film Festival, and the "Palmes D'Or" at the Canne Film Festival) "Time Twins" is showed at the cinemas. The movie documents the live of people who were "doubled" during the Weimar-Event
April 7th 1978: Zeitzeichen AG a company founded by the Horst Schulze time twins becomes world wide market leader in the production of exclusive hotel catering supplies (e.g. Ritz-Carlton, Hiton Corp., et al.)
June 8th 1978: Foreign Minister Ernst von Weizsaecker is forced to resign after condemning Israel as a "racist, apartheid state" before the United Nations in New York City, New York.
July 6th 1978: Soviet officials warn that violation of the East Prussian pocket, will be seen as an "act of war" by the United States and NATO.
July 14th 1978: Anti-American protests erupt in Frankfurt, Germany led by Friedrich Ebert, sparking concerns of Soviet support.
July 30th 1978: German Ministry of Finance officials announce in Berlin, a "wave of inflation", amidst concerns of international investment.
December 2nd 1978: STOPPOK begins the American leg of their tour in New York City.
December 18th 1978: The UN Commission on the Weimar Event releases a report which comes to following conclusions:
1. The Weimar Event was most properly not a natural event but an artificial one initiated by an unknown forcel.
2. The Weimar Event was most properly not an attack but an experiment of unknown purpose
3. The world is most properly still observed by the initiators of the Weimar Event
December 22nd 1978: German fashion designer Rudolf Dassler becomes a fashion celebrity, by adapting "Future-style" to casual clothing with the Puma line of clothing in Berlin, Germany.
January 23rd 1979: Siegfried Kracauer organizes Berlin Film Festival with the intent of reviving interest in "post-Weimar Event" German cinema.
March 12th 1979: Sir Eric Gairy of Grenada establishes a panel of scientists to study the "Weimar Event" for the United Nations.
March 25th 1979: John Willett, New York Times writes about the rise of "Neo-Weimar" influence on literature while in Berlin.
May 30th 1979: French Socialist Gilbert Comte leads an anti-Semitic rally in Paris, France, claiming that reports of German gas chambers are "Jewish lies", sparking international controversy.
August 3rd 1979: Deutsche Reichspartei (DR) MP Hans Bernd von Grünberg wins election in Hamburg, over anger over "NATO incompetence".
August 28th 1979: Paul Loebe calls for greater political reforms from the Reichstag in Berlin, Germany.
September 14th 1979: Nazi "Brownshirts" launch riots in Bueckeberg, led by American Neo-Nazi Gary Rex Lauck.
September 17th 1979: PBS-TV broadcasts Memories of Berlin: Weimar-Event Germany hosted by Walter Cronkite, sparking interest in the region.
September 18th 1979: Gonzo counterculture author Hunter S. Thompson writes Through the Sea of Time, a memoir of his travels in Weimar Germany , while taking mescaline, LSD, peyote, and ether.
October 12th 1979: Wilheim Pieck launches Communist-backed riots in Berlin, against NATO membership.
October 28th 1979: Austria, Poland, and the Soviet Union call for a series of peace talks over the status of the "Time Lost" immigration in Europe.
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