On 4 September 1935, the League met again and exonerated both Italy and Ethiopia
of the Walwal incident since both nations believed Walwal was within its territorial
Laid down 7 September 1935 Wilhelm
Takes command of the Artillery Training Ship Bremse
on 9 September 1935 to 27 September
On 10 September 1935, Pierre Laval, Anthony Eden, and even
Sir Samuel Hoare agreed on limitations to sanctions against Italy.
15 September 1935 The passing of the Nürnberg Laws, National Citizens Law,
and the Law for the Protection of German Blood and German Honour collectively
stripped German Jews of rights. Adolf
on 15 September 1935, one year after the death of Reich President Paul
elevation to the position of Führer
the dual flag arrangement was ended, with the exclusive use of the Nazi flag as
the national flag of Germany.
Ju 87 Stuka
dive bomber took
off for its maiden flight on 17 September 1935. The aircraft originally did not
carry any registration, but later was given the registration D-UBYR. The flight
report, by Hauptmann Willy Neuenhofen, stated the only problem was with the small
radiator, which caused the power plant to overheat. Adolf
Minister for Church Affairs, Hans Kerrl, was appointed on 24 September
1935 to Reich Church committee to supervise the local committees of dissident
On 25 September 1935, Ethiopia again asked for
On 27 September 1935, The British Parliament, led
by Konni Zilliacus, unanimously passed sanctions against Italy should it continue
its pursuit against Ethiopia.
On 28 September 1935, Ethiopia began to
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