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1922 Mussolini is legally put in charge of Italian gov’t
1924 Hitler leaves prison and revives Nazi Party
1929 Great Depression Militarists control Japan in support of Emperor Hirohito
1931 Japan invades Manchuria
1933 Hitler named Chancellor of Germany Japan withdraws from League of Nations
1935 Italy invade Ethiopia Hitler announces Germany will not obey restrictions of Treaty of Versailles
1936 Spanish Civil War begins Lasts 3 years Francisco Franco fascist ruler Germany invades RhinelandRhineland Axis Powers ally Germany, Italy, Japan
1937 Japan invades China
Kristallnacht (Nov 9) Hitler annexes Austria Germany invades Sudetenland Munich Conference Ger., Fr., Br., Ital. Appeasement 1938
1939 Hitler takes Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia Hitler and Stalin sign nonaggression pact
Sept. 1, 1939 Germany invades Poland
Sept. 3, 1939 France and Britain declare war on Germany
Axis Aggression In the decade prior to the outbreak of WW2, Japan, Italy, and Germany engaged in one act of aggression after another without any effective.
NEXT Section 4 Aggressors Invade Nations As Germany, Italy, and Japan conquer other countries, the rest of the world does nothing to stop them.
U. S. History. THE RISE OF DICTATORS Europe after World War I: Conditions: millions of deaths, destruction of cities and farms, economy in ruins Treaty.
WWII Begins. What were the Causes of WWII? #1 Treaty of Versailles destroys German nationalism and economy destroys German nationalism and economy US.
The path to the Second World War ( ). Japanese steps towards WWII German steps towards WWII Democratic countries’ reaction The spark that triggered.
15.4 Aggressors Invade Nations Japan, Europe, Spain.
Global History II Created by: Patten, Kempton, Augugliaro The Road to War in Europe.
Aggression & Appeasement Path to WWII:. JAPANESE AGGRESSION.
Tuesday 2/14/12 No RAP Arizona Quiz Finish O Brother Where Art Thou? Create illustrated vocabulary for WWII. Due Friday.
Fascism. Roman Symbol of Power (The Fascisti=bundle of sticks)
Aggressive Nations Begin Their Assault. Changes in Japan 1920’s Japan Treaty signed with China Signed Kellogg-Briand Pact Parliamentary problems P.M.
In response to political turmoil and economic crises, Italy and Germany turn to totalitarian dictators.
Militaristic Japan Emperor reigns but doesn’t rule 1920’s extreme military leaders attempted to overthrow the emperor. Great Depression put blame on government.
CH “Aggressors Invade Nations”. Japan Post-WWI Only Japan & U.S.A emerged from WWI financially stable General prosperity allows Japan to become.
WWII Escalation Timeline. *Nazi Party wins the majority in the Reichstag (Congress) Adolf Hitler b/c chancellor * Germany leaves the League of Nations.
Question 1 What role did the League of Nations play in the successful takeover of Ethiopia? A. None, it allowed Italy to control Ethiopia B. Major role,
Aggressors on the March – Japan Invades Manchuria.
Quick Recap – do not write Einstein – Theory of Relativity Existentialism Nietzsche Women’s Rights Technology – radio, planes, cars Global.
WORLD WAR II CAUSES & EFFECTS. CAUSES IN ASIA Militaristic Japan was overcrowded and needed raw materials Militaristic Japan was overcrowded.
The Failure of Appeasement and Beginning of World War II.
Chapter 11 Section 1. A. The German Path to War WWII began w/ the ideas of Adolf Hitler Hitler believed Germans descended from Aryans Aryans superior.
Homework Test on the Inter-War Years Wednesday. Study! Review sheet can be completed for extra credit on Wednesday.
Fascism Rises in Europe/Invade Other Nations (Chapter 15, Sec. 3 & 4)
Aggressors Invade Nations Ch As Germany, Italy, and Japan conquer other countries, the rest of the world does nothing to stop them.
Global Studies:3/24/2014 I/O – Examine key aspects of the “Road to WWII”: Japanese aggression in the East, and Hitler’s aggression in Europe. Key Question.
Aggressors on the March A.Militarism Rises in Japan B.Dictators Begin to Expand C.Civil War in Spain D.Nations Fail to React E.Munich Conference F.Nazi-Soviet.
Aggressors on the March Chapter 15, section 4. World Drifts Towards War Democracy Struggles in Japan – 1920s Japan is more democratic – 1922 sign a treaty.
BETWEEN THE WARS: THE HEADLINES ARMISTICE ENDS THE GREAT WAR November 1918.
Focus 2/26 In the face of hostile actions taken by Japan, Italy, and Germany, the League of Nations, an organization formed to keep the peace, did not.
Aggressors on the March Many of the major democracies were too worried about domestic problems to notice the build up of German and Italian military forces.
Section 1: Paths to War. Would you let a bully pick on a classmate as long as he didn’t pick on you or anyone else? A.Yes B.No.
Origins of World War II World War I & The Great Depression World War I & The Great Depression Rise of Dictatorships Rise of Dictatorships Failure of the.
1. Joseph Stalin: U.S.S.R., totalitarian Communist 2. Benito Mussolini: Italy, totalitarian Fascist 3. Hideki Tojo: Japan, military dictatorship 4. Adolph.
FROM APPEASEMENT TO WAR 14.1 Notes. I. Aggression Goes Unchecked Japan overruns Manchuria League of Nations does nothing Italy invades Ethiopia.
Chapter 26 Sec 1. Hitler believed that Germany was capable of building a great civilization but needed new lands. Hitler looked to the Soviet Union.
1939. Germany – Adolf Hitler Italy – Benito Mussolini Japan - Emperor Hirohito.
World War II and Its Aftermath Chapter 14.
Why do parents often give in to their young children when they cry?
World War II Causes. The Treaty of Versailles The treaty punished Germany for starting World War I. Germany had to pay $33 billion to nations who defeated.
World War II Causes R - Remilitarization A - Appeasement I – Invasion of Poland L – League of Nations.
Quick-Write 3/6 Based on your knowledge of Hitler, Mussolini, and Stalin, predict how the actions of these dictators led to the start of World War II.
Explain how dictators an militaristic regimes arose in several countries in the 1930s Summarize the actions taken by aggressive regimes in Europe.
The Rise of Dictators and WWII Section 1: Steps to War.
From Appeasement to War WWII Ch Aggression Goes Unchecked Japan on the move~ Japan on the move~ Japan wants an empire equal to.
The Drives for Empire Paths to War: Germany, Italy, & Japan World War II Section 2.
The Rise of Fascism and WWII Aggression and the policy of Appeasement Appeasement- The Policy of giving in to an aggressor in order to maintain.
Aggressors on the March KEY IDEA: As Germany, Italy, and Japan conquered other countries, the rest of the world did nothing.
Chapter 18 Section 1 Aggression, Appeasement, and War.
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