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2 AKS 46a - examine the influence of Albert Einstein on science, Sigmund Freud on social thinking, and Pablo Picasso on art 46c - characterize the social, economic, and political climate of the post-World War I world that led to favorable conditions for totalitarian regimes 46d - describe the rise of fascism in Europe and Asia by comparing the policies of Benito Mussolini in Italy, Adolf Hitler in Germany, and Hirohito in Japan

3 EQ What is fascism? What was going on in the post-WWI world culturally? What was going on in Europe that created the conditions for WWII?

4 Albert Einstein Einstein’s theory of relativity changed people’s world view Created uncertainty ducation.com/index.cfm ?guidAssetId=9291F50B A93- E0893FA8DD18&blnFro mSearch=1&productcode =US ducation.com/index.cfm ?guidAssetId=9291F50B A93- E0893FA8DD18&blnFro mSearch=1&productcode =US

5 Think about the weirdest dream you have ever had? What happened? Who was in it? What do you think it meant

6 Sigmund Freud Constructed a theory about the human mind  much of human behavior is irrational  Unconscious  Pleasure-seeking drives  Weakened faith in reason  ucation.com/index.cfm?g uidAssetId=AD9C60BE- 62E B67F- 1EC5CDD5F460&blnFro mSearch=1&productcode= US ucation.com/index.cfm?g uidAssetId=AD9C60BE- 62E B67F- 1EC5CDD5F460&blnFro mSearch=1&productcode= US

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8 Pablo Picasso Artists rebelled against realistic styles of painting Cubism  Transformed natural shapes into geometric forms

9 Think-Pair-Share How did these three individuals effect how people view the world?

10 What happens at the end of the 1920’s to throw the world in a tailspin?

11 The Rise of Facism nly=1&guidAssetId=9a0c002c-d4d1-413e-a8d2- 07baa nly=1&guidAssetId=9a0c002c-d4d1-413e-a8d2- 07baa

12 The rise of fascism Fascism Social – supported by middle class, industrialists, military Examples – Italy, Spain, Germany Basic Principles - authoritarian, charismatic leader Political – nationalist, racist, one party rule Economic – Command economy Cultural – censorship, indoctrination, secret police

13 Review What conditions did the Treaty of Versailles place on Germany? What was the name of the fascist leader of Italy? What was the name of the fascist party in Germany? Name of leader? What are the characteristics of fascism?

14 Weimar Republic

15 Stock Market Crash of Great Depression

16 The Rise of the Nazis/Hitler becomes Chancellor

17 Militarists take control of Japan – Invade Manchuria/China – Rape of Nanjing

18 Mussolini invades Ethiopia

19 Hitler takes the Rhineland/Lebensraum

20 Appeasement – more appeasement

21 Axis Powers

22 Hitler annexes Austria/Anschluss

23 Hitler demands the Sudetenland

24 Munich Conference

25 Nazi Soviets sign Nonaggression Pact

26 Create a timeline with the following events: Munich Conference Fascists March on Rome Axis Powers created Japan invades Manchuria/Rape of Nanjing Hitler annexes Sudetenland Mussolini attacks Ethiopia Nazi/Soviet Nonaggression Pact Stock market crash Hitler annexes Austria German troops move into the Rhineland Hitler named Chancellor of Germany Kristallnact


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