Takes command of the Pocket Battleship Admiral
on 1 November 1938 to 17
On 2 November 1938, Arising from The Munich Agreement
Hungary is awarded the Felvidek region of South Slovakia and Ruthenia.
Launched 3 November 1938
On 4 November 1938, At a public meeting
in Epping, Winston Churchill narrowly survives an attempt by fellow Conservative
and constituent Sir Colin Thornton-Kemsley to remove him from Parliament.
On 7 November 1938, Ernst von Rath, the Third Secretary at the German Embassy
in Paris, is assassinated by Herschel Grynszpan.
On 9 November 1938,
In Germany, the night of Kristallnacht (Night of Broken Glass) begins as National
Socialists activists and sympathisers loot and burn Jewish businesses the all
night affair sees 7,500 Jewish businesses destroyed, 267 synagogues burned, 91
Jews killed, and at least 25,000 Jewish men arrested. Erwin
Erwin Rommel became the commanding officer of the military academy
at Wiener Neustadt in southern Germany on November 1938. M4
Commissioned 10 November 1938 Z23
Laid down 15 November 1938
On 16 November 1938, Britain
formally recognised Italy's control of Ethiopia. In return Benito Mussolini agreed
to withdraw 10,000 troops from Spain.
On 16 November 1938, End of the
Battle of the Ebro. T16
Launched 23 November 1938 Adolf
on 24 November 1938, ordered the Wehrmacht General Staff to prepare
plans for the invasion of the Free City of Danzig, but careful to include that
it was not to include war with Poland.
On 30 November 1938 Benito Mussolini
and his Foreign Minister Count Galeazzo Ciano order spontaneous demonstrations
in the Italian Chamber of Deputies, demanding that France cede Tunisia, Nice,
Corsica and French Somaliland to Italy. This begins an acute crisis in Franco-Italian
relations that lasts until March
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