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They were disillusioned Authors like F.Scott Fitzgerald & Ernest Hemingway
1. Policies of Czars 2. Industrialization 3. Russo-Japanese War 4. Bloody Sunday 5. WWI 6. March Revolution
Withdrew from WWI Factories were given to workers Farmland was given to peasants
Economic 5 year plans, collective farms, command economy Cultural propaganda, censorship, indoctrination, education, religion, arts, religious/ethnic persecution Political dynamic leader, one party, police terror/secret police, censorship
Stalin murdered 20 million people, anyone he saw as a threat
All countries were bankrupt
Used secret police to crush opponents
Similar Totalitarian govts Wanted to take over more territory Murdered opposition Differ Stalin was communist Fascists hated communism
Natural resources To boost their economy To build an empire
Rape of Nanking in China
Japan Emperor Hirohito (though ruled by military) Italy Mussolini Germany Hitler
Rhineland Austria Czechoslovakia
Hitler & Stalin So they could invade Poland and not fight each other
Germanys invasion of Poland 2 days later Britain & France declare war on Germany
Bombing of Pearl Harbor
Europe- General Eisenhower Pacific- General MacArthur
Winston Churchill (British Prime Minister) FDR (U.S. President)
Battle of Stalingrad Many Germans froze in the Russian winter & did not have adequate supplies
Largest land & sea battle in history June 6,1944 Allied forces land on beaches of France To push Germans out of France & other countries (take back Europe!)
Battle of the Bulge
Aryans are master race Jews are to blame for all worlds problems Versailles treaty must to overturned Lebensraum-Germans need more living space
1. Nuremberg laws 2.Kristallnacht 3. Refugees (refused entry) 4. Ghettos 5. Final Solution 6. Concentration Camps (murder) 7. Liberation 8. Nuremberg Trials
Crimes against humanity Waging war of aggression Violating the laws of war
Dropping atomic bombs on Hiroshima & Nagasaki
Democracy similar to U.S.
60 million dead Billions in property damage Many cities destroyed 50 million homeless Positive Many govts changed after the war
WWII in a nut shell. Economic and political Causes: WW II Aggression by Germany, Italy, Japan Nationalism Failures of Treaty of Versailles Weakness of.
World History II Review – Unit 8 The Great Depression & World War II.
World Civilization Quarter 3 Common Assessment. Describe/define the following terms: Cheka, Fascism, and Isolationism Cheka: Russian secret police.
WWII Study Guide Important People F. D. Roosevelt President of U.S. during WWII Joseph Stalin Leader of the Soviet Union (Russia) Winston Churchill Prime.
The Good War WWII Leaders He was the Fascist Dictator of Italy.
I have Neville Chamberlain. Who has the Prime Minister of Great Britain during most of World War II? I have Winston Churchill. Who has the president of.
WORLD WAR II CAUSES & EFFECTS. CAUSES IN ASIA Militaristic Japan was overcrowded and needed raw materials Militaristic Japan was overcrowded.
World War II Notes Tuesday, January 20, What was WWII? Largest war in human history. Involved countries, colonies, and territories around the entire.
Benchmark 3 Review World History Mr. Tran. Snake Game Have students take out a piece of paper Put aside any unused desks Ask a question and have students.
The end of a 20 year truce!. Aggression by the totalitarian powers Nationalism Failures of the Treaty of Versailles Weakness of the League of.
World War II Notes. What was WWII? Largest war in human history. Involved countries, colonies, and territories around the entire world. By the end, over.
WHII: SOL 12a World War II. Economic and political causes of World War II Aggression by the totalitarian powers of Germany, Italy, Japan – Ex. Italy and.
Adolf Hitler Joseph Stalin Franklin D. Roosevelt.
Jeopardy Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
Catch Phrase Review Unit
World War II Jeopardy. Leaders & Ideas European Theater Pacific Theater The Holocaust War Trivia
Begin $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 BATTLES AND EVENTS NAZIS AND HOLOCAUST HOLOCAUST MORE BATTLES USA IN THE WAR WAR WWII COMES TO TO AN END WAR BEGINS.
Bell Work Get out study guide. Finish study guide. What did you learn about WWII and or the Holocaust that you thought was interesting?
. a. Benito Mussolini b. Charles de Gaulle c. Douglas MacArthur d. Dwight D. Eisenhower e. Franklin Roosevelt f. Harry Truman g. Hirohito h. Joseph Stalin.
Say Cause or Effect for World War II Nationalistic dictators gain control in Europe and Japan Cause.
Introduction to WWII. Quick Facts 2 A. War Costs 1.US Debt $9 billion US Debt $98 billion The war cost $330 billion times the cost.
USII.7abc Review. Instability after World War I: World wide depression High inflation Germany’s high war debt Massive unemployment.
Introduction to WWII. 2 When? 1939 Sept.1 - Germany invades Poland (official start to the war ) Sept. 3 - Britain & France declare war on Germany Dec.
How did WWI end? The Treaty of Versailles was one of the peace treaties at the end of World War I. Germany would have to pay all the debt for the.
Introduction of WWII Prelude to Global War Totalitarian – Gov. used terror to suppress rights & silence opposition. Fascism – importance.
World War II. In what years did World War II take place?
FLASH CARD REVIEW WWI, RISE OF DICTATORS, WWII. MAIN CAUSES OF WWI.
400 pt 600 pt 800 pt 1000 pt 200 pt 400 pt 600pt 800 pt 1000 pt 200 pt 400 pt 600 pt 800 pt 1000 pt 200 pt 400 pt 600 pt 800 pt 1000 pt 200 pt 400 pt 600.
World War II. Historical Context 1919: Treaty of Versailles signed; not everyone happy Great Depression military expenditures help mitigate effects….
U.S. History 2 Chapter 15 Why did the U.S. ignore Hitler as he rose to power? We had our own problems to worry about.
WORLD WAR II Setting the Stage. What was WWII? Largest war in human history Involved countries, colonies, & territories around the entire world By the.
SOL Review: World War II. WWII Major theaters of war included Africa, Europe, Asia, and the Pacific Islands. Leadership was essential to the Allied victory.
Unit 12 Review – World War II. Between the Wars ( ) 1.Name the achievements of each man: Sigmund Freud, Albert Einstein, Pablo Picasso 2.Which.
The Coming of War Essential Question: What world events eventually pulled America into World War Two?
The Coming of World War II Essential Question: What world events eventually pulled America into World War Two?
Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.
War Around the World Social Studies 10 Ms. Rebecca 2009.
Hi! I’m Franklin D. Roosevelt. I served as the United States President during World War II, until my death in April December 7, 1941 – On Pearl Harbor.
World War II Jeopardy Leaders and Politicians War in Europe War in the Pacific Nazi Germany Holocaust
People of World War II. Adolph Hitler Leader of the Nazi party, elected Chancellor of Germany in 1933 and proclaimed himself Fuhrer leader.
World War II Causes of World War II.
WWII World War I Part Two. Introduction: Most devastating war in human history 55 million dead 1 trillion dollars Began in 1939 as strictly a European.
Aim: World War II Visualizing Global History Mr. Oberhaus Regents Review Unit 6 Section 5.
WWII SSUSH19. Benito Mussolini was leader of which Axis Power? Italy.
29.1: From Appeasement to War. Aggression Goes Unchecked Mussolini, Hitler and Japanese leaders – All took aggressive action – Actions only caused VERBAL.
World War II n Axis Powers n (GI JOE) n Germany n Italy n Japan n Allied Forces n Great Britain n France n Canada n Soviet Union n USA.
Jeopardy! Path to War Western Front Eastern Front The Pacific Allied Victory Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final.
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