LDS History, 1933 Fall

-- 1933 Fall
Program launched to reactivate men later designated as prospective elders. (1)

-- Jan 30, 1933
Adolf Hitler was named chancellor of Germany, capping a 10-year rise to power. (2)

-- Feb 21, 1933
The Church began a six-day commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the Word of Wisdom revelation with special observances in every ward. (2)

-- Mar 3, 1933
[Media] The first efforts to carry the gospel through mass media started with a series of six national broadcasts over CBS called the "Church of the Air." (3)

-- Mar 20, 1933
[U.S. Religious History] The first Nazi concentration camp was completed at Dachau. (4)

-- Apr 6, 1933 - 23 September 1934
[1st Presidency Changes] Heber J. Grant Anthony W. Ivins J. Reuben Clark, Jr. J. Reuben Clark, Jr. called as Second Counselor (5)

-- Apr 6, 1933
[Quorum of the Twelve] J. Reuben Clark called as Second Counselor to President Heber J. Grant but is not an apostle. (6)

-- Apr 24, 1933
[U.S. Religious History] Felix Adler, founder of the Ethical Culture movement, died in New York City. (4)

-- Jun 1, 1933
The Church opened a 500-foot exhibit in the Hall of Religions at the Century of Progress World's Fair in Chicago, Ill. The exhibit was prepared by famed LDS sculptor Avard Fairbanks. (2)

Church opened a large exhibit at the Chicago World's Fair. (1)

-- Jul 26, 1933
The first effort to mark the historic sites in Nauvoo, Ill., was made by the Relief Society when it placed a monument at the site of its organization in 1842 in Joseph Smith's store. (2)

First historic marker in Nauvoo, Illinois, placed by the Relief Society. (1)

-- Jul 27, 1933
[Quorum of the Twelve] James E. Talmage dies. (6)

1 - Hemidakaota, "Church Chronology from 1800-2000,"
2 - Church News: Historical chronology of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
3 - The Mormon Channel: The Broadcast and Media History of the LDS Church Timeline,
4 - Cline, Austin, History of American Religion: Timeline,
5 - Wikipedia, First Presidency (LDS Church),
6 - Wikipedia, Chronology of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles (LDS Church),
Mormon History Timeline /Chronology