1935 in Germany
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List of years in Germany
Events in the year 1935 in Germany.
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- 13 January — A plebiscite in the Territory of the Saar Basin shows that 90.3% of those voting wish to join Germany.
- 15 February — The discovery and clinical development of Prontosil, the first broadly effective antibacterial drug, is published in a series of articles in Germany's pre-eminent medical journal, Deutsche Medizinische Wochenschrift, by Gerhard Domagk.
- 11 March - The German Air force, the Luftwaffe, is officially created in a proclamation by Hermann Göring
- 16 March — Adolf Hitler announces German rearmament in violation of the Versailles Treaty.
- 22 March — The first Television program is broadcast from the Funkturm in Berlin.
- 28 April — Hitler orders 12 submarines in defiance of the Treaty of versailles
- 18 June — Anglo-German Naval Agreement: the United Kingdom agrees to a German navy equal to 35% of her own naval tonnage.
- 15 September — The Nuremberg Laws go into effect in Germany. Following an incident of vandalism on the SS Bremen in New York City, the Nazi Party flag emblazoned with the swastika is made the German National Flag on Hitler's orders.
- 10 October — A tornado destroys the 160 metre tall wooden radio tower in Langenberg, Germany. As a result of this catastrophe wooden radio towers are phased out.
- 12 December — Lebensborn Project, a Nazi reproduction program, is founded by Heinrich Himmler.
- June 2 - Wilhelm Wieben, German journalist
- August 5 - Michael Ballhaus, German cinematographer
- September 5 - Dieter Hallervorden, German comedian
- February 3 - Hugo Junkers, German engineer and aircraft designer (born 1859)
- February 8 - Max Liebermann, German painter (born 1847)
- October 8 - Hans Tropsch, German chemist (born 1889)
- December 21 - Kurt Tucholsky, German-journalist, satirist and writer (born 1890)
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