In 1936 Germany sent troops into the Rhineland, which had been demilitarized under the provisions of the Treaty of Versailles. The purpose of remilitarization in 1936 was to show the public in Germany that Hitler was 'putting right' the wrongs of Versailles and also in order to build military installations and fortifications there.
Germans have occupied the Rhineland for a considerable length of time! I suspect that the question should be "When did Germany remilitarize the Rhineland?", the answer being 1936. The Rhineland had been made into a demilitarised zone after the Great War, under the terms of the Treaty of Versailles, 1919. Germany had political control of this area, but was not allowed to put any troops into it. In 1936, Hitler ordered troops to re-enter the Rhineland, thus breaking the terms of the treaty.
Germany invaded, or began the remilitarization of Rhineland on March 7th, 1936. It was the first time German troops had set foot in that region since World War I. It violated the terms of the Treaty of Versailles but no actions were taken because another World War was trying to be avoided.
In 1936 Germany remilitarized the Rhineland. However, this was not an occupation.
They remilitarized the rhineland
To see if the other European nations would attack him.
On March 7, 1936.
They reoccupied it from the French on March 7, 1936.
In 1936 Germany occupied and remilitarised the Rhineland, in contravention of the Treaty of Versailles.
Hitler re-acquired the Rhineland in Germany in 1936. Prior to Hitler's 'taking back' of the territory, the Rhineland had been occupied by the Allies.
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Germany , in violation of the Treaty of Versailles , reoccupies the Rhineland on March 7 , 1936 .
Bernhard Kimmel was born in 1936, in Lambrecht, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.
in 1936 Germany re-militarised the Rhineland because it was just another way of implementing the force of redaction onto other countries so that chamberlain followed the policy of appeasement :) for more info, try google :p
On March 7, 1936 German troops entered the Rhineland and thereby violated the treaty.
The 1936 German occupation of the Rhineland was met by Hitler's troops. Hitler created the reoccupation of the Rhineland military forces to build up his own army.