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April 1936

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On 1 April 1936, Austria introduced compulsory service, with or without arms. Because of economy, sovereign rights, preservation of the existing European order, failure of the other signatories of the peace treaty of St. Germain to disarm, because of its social value for physical, moral, and patriotic education.

On 3 April 1936, Richard Hauptmann, convicted of the Lindbergh for the kidnapping, and killing of the infant Charles Lindbergh III in 1932, is executed by electrocution in New Jersey.

F4 Escort
Commissioned 5 April 1936

On 17 April 1936, Austria, who is like wise a member of the League of Nations, has thought fit to take a course which, in similar circumstances, the Council of the League of Nations solemnly, condemned by its resolution of 17 April 1936 cannot in any case admit that Austria should be allowed to take the law into her own hands by this unilateral step, which represents a negation of international obligations. Austria rejected the protest. When they drafted the new bill, they did so deliberately and with the knowledge that they had thereby fulfilled their obligations with regard to providing the Austrian people with the necessities of life and to safeguarding the existence of the Austrian state.

Fasan Hospital ship
Launched 18 April 1936

On 19 April 1936, The Arab revolt in Palestine was a nationalist uprising by Palestinian Arabs in the British Mandate for Palestine against British colonial rule and mass Jewish immigration. The uprising comprised of two distinct stages. The first stage was directed primarily by the city born and elitist Higher Arab Committee (HAC) and was concentrated mainly on strikes and other forms of political protest.

Prinz Eugen Heavy cruiser
Laid down 23 April 1936

Z6 Theodor Riedel Destroyer
Launched 22 April 1936

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The Second Great War.
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2194 Days Of War.
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