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Tuesday 2/14/12 No RAP Arizona Quiz Finish O Brother Where Art Thou? Create illustrated vocabulary for WWII. Due Friday
Wednesday 2/15/12 What were some effects of WWI on Germany? Italy? Japan? France? Today: SWBAT describe the rise of dictators before WWII by reading and discussing the reasons and effects of their rise. SWBAT understand how other leaders from other countries also helped the rise.
Road to War Read Ch. 15.1: pages 492-498 Add notes to your PPT notes from Ch. 15.1 Illustrated VocabularyCh. 15
Italian Situation Effects of World War I on Italy? Benito Mussolini – Italian leader in World War II. Fascism – political philosophy that nation and race were more important than individuals Totalitarian – type of government in which all aspects of life are controlled. Views of Mussolini Italians Americans
German Situation Effects of World War I Adolf Hitler – German leader in World War II. Nazism National Socialist German Workers party Hated all who were not blond, blue-eyed members of what he called the Aryan or Germanic race.
INVASION OF THE RHINELAND 1936- Rhineland March 1938- Austrias Sudeten-land Sept. 1938 Policy of appease- ment
Japanese Situation Industrial Might Resource Plight Manchuria-September 1931 China Incident – rape of Nanjing Japanese invaded the city, raped women, killed children. Referred to as the China Incident, outraged Americans but resulted in nothing more than condemnations. American Attitudes Many saw themselves as Chinas protector; not good for U.S. business Emperor Hirohito
Axis vs Allies August 23, 1939 – Nonaggression Pact – Soviet Union and Germany September 1, 1939 – invade Poland = WWII Blitzkrieg-lightning war-swift all out attack Axis – Germany, Italy, Japan Russian non-aggression pact 1939 Allies – Great Britain, France Appeasement – Allowing German acquisition of territory in an attempt to avoid war. (Munich Agreement) Neutrals – United States Isolationism – Stay out of the European issues. Interventionism – Idea that all possible support should go to the Allies.
TIMELINE OF EVENTS After WWIMussolini comes to power 1920s-Hitler forms NAZI party Sept. 1931- Japan invades Manchuria –Japan withdraws from League of Nations 1932-Puppet government installed in Manchuria- Manchukuo. 1932-Nazi Party most powerful in Germany 1933-Hitler becomes Chancellor August 1934-Hitler declares himself Fuhrer or supreme leader. October 1935-Mussolini invades Ethiopia, controls by 1936. 1936 – Spanish Civil WarGermany and Italy help Franco to overthrow. 1936-Hitler sends troops into Austria and Rhineland. September 1938- Great Britain and France policy of appeasement with Hitler. August 1939- Russian non-aggression pact with Germany September 1, 1939 Hitler invades Poland---two days later WWII begins with France and Great Britain declaring war on Germany.
Read Ch. 15.1: pages 492-498 Please add notes to your PPT notes on: Mussolinis rise to power Hitler and the Third Reich Hitler and Mussolinis aid in the Spanish Civil War U.S. aid in the Spanish Civil War. Policy of appeasement Chamberlainwho is he and what did he do? Daladierwho is he and what did he do? Japan –rise of militarismwhy invade China? What happened with the China Incident
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