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ARE YOU READY FOR THE TEST?????
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 War II Unresolved Business. Rise of Totalitarian Regimes Definition Examples.
World War II. In what years did World War II take place?
WW II. War Begins Dictators seized control of their nations by force after WW I and during the Depression. Dictators seized control of their nations.
The Search for Peace ( ) A. The Legacy of the Great War 1.During WWI 8.5 million soldiers were killed. 2. The Treaty of Versailles in 1919 punished.
World War II I. Dictators Rise To Power A. Treaty of Versailles- created depression in Europe and resentment in Germany. Countries were economically.
Review: World War II League of Nations was weak b/c a.had no president b.had no armed forces c.had no money d.had no organization Answer:
World War II. 1. Europe and Asia Post-WWI Economic depression and social problems Deep feelings of nationalism Strong desire to expand & gain territory.
Hitler violates the Treaty of Versailles March 7, 1936 re-occupies the Rhineland Important turning point for Hitler Allies don’t respond – Appeasement.
WW 2 Jeopardy AP and US History. The Italian fascist leader.
World War II An Introduction. Causes of WWII W : World War I and the Treaty of Versailles A : Appeasement R : Rise of Totalitarianism.
World War II. During the 1930s, Italy, Germany, and Japan, sought to build new empires and their aggression went unchecked until it became impossible.
WORLD WAR II Versailles Treaties Versailles Treaties –Primary Goals: Redraw map of Europe to account for ethnicity/self- determination Redraw map of Europe.
World War II. Focus: Why will some people turn to dictators instead of democracy?
World War IIWorld War II: The Road to War
AKS 47: World War II Chapter 32 – Pages Early Challenges to World Peace Sept. 1931: Japan Invades Manchuria; Withdraws from League of Nations.
Introduction to WWII. 2 Quick Facts (write 2-3) A. War Costs 1.US Debt $9 billion US Debt $98 billion The war cost $330 billion times.
World War II and the Holocaust Recap of Causes Hitler wanted to scrap the restrictions the Treaty of Versailles imposed on Germany The Allies.
Chapter 26 World War II. Section 1 The Rise of Dictators.
A Time of Conflict World War II. The Great Depression had ruined economies. People wanted strong leaders to solve their problems. Dictators rose to power.
Test #7 Lecture Notes VUS Axis Powers 1.) Italy Mussolini and the Fascist Party 2.) Germany Hitler and the Nazi Party 3.) Japan Emperor Tojo and.
Unit VI: Crisis and Achievement Section 1: Scientific and Technological Achievements.
Introduction to WWII Adapted from McIntyre at
World War II: The Rise of Dictators World History B – Seminar #7 Warm Up: 1.Totalitarian state 2. Dictator 3. Appeasement.
World War II Progression packet. A. Hitler Defies the Versailles Treaty 1. March March 1935 a. Hitler states he will not honor the treaty a. Hitler.
World War II Rise of Dictatorships Holocaust Beginning of WWII Home Front Preparations Atlantic Front & Pacific Front Peace Talks.
World War II. LEADERS OF THE AXIS POWERS ITALY- MUSSOLINI JAPAN-HIROHITO GERMANY-HITLER.
World War II. Why do wars occur? Nations compete over natural resources. Individuals demand greater political and economic freedom. Visit
Unit 10: World War II and the Cold War
World War II ( ) What’s Essential? Causes of the War (underlying and direct) Causes of the War (underlying and direct) Reasons for American.
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