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The Establishment of the Weimar Republic and its early problems The recovery of Germany, 1924-29 The rise of Hitler and the Nazis Life in Nazi Germany Germany during the WWII
The Versailles Settlement International Cooperation in the 1920s The breakdown of cooperation in the early 1930s. Appeasement, 1935-39 Reasons for the outbreak of the WWII
The leadership struggle, 1924-28 Five Year Plans and collectivisation Purges and Show Trials Cult of Personality and the revision of history The impact of WWII
HISTORY CLUB WELCOME.
LIVELY DISCUSSION GERMANY – 1920S AND 1930S The Treaty of Versailles - Economic Factors The Weimar Republic - Political Disputes Fascism/Nazism – The Reichstag.
The Set Up WWII was in large part a product of the way WWI ended.
BEECHEN CLIFF SCHOOL HISTORY DEPARTMENT GCSE COURSE OUTLINE.
Advanced Higher History Versailles to the Outbreak of War Course Requirements.
And the rise of Nazi Germany. Under the Weimar Republic Blamed for the Versailles Treaty French occupation of the Ruhr leads to economic collapse Inflation.
Ch. 14 Sec. 1 Dictators and War
How could WWI have caused WWII?. Treaty of Versailles 1. Germany had to take full blame for WWI 2. Germany had to pay reparations to the Allied Powers.
Hitler joined the German Workers Party in 1919 after WWI He was quickly promoted in the party to be in charge of propaganda 1921 the name changed to the.
Shad Rettig, Kohen Clifton, Corey Salewski,Ray Najera, Jacob Sutton.
Section 3 Wall Street Crash Manchurian Crisis-1931 Abyssinian Crisis '37 Germany and the Treaty of Versailles Hitler's foreign policy 1933-'36 Hitler's.
The Great Depression and the Causes of World War II
History B: Modern World
Wednesday – February 11, 2015 Mr. Lombardi Do Now: Interpret the Political Cartoon and answer the questions. Aim: How did Hitler gain control of Germany?
Rise of Dictators.
Knowledge Connections Definition Picture Term Vocabulary Inflation.
Homework IW #4 due Monday. Test on the Inter-War Years ( ) Wednesday.
Audri Holloway Period 4 March 6th 2012.
Hitler’s Rise to Power. Causes for the Rise of Hitler Germany felt stabbed in the back by the Treaty of Versailles Postwar Instability in Germany in 1920s.
starter activity Try the Stresemann challenge! You have 2 minutes to revise your notes or look at p.26-7 in your text book and then you fill face 5 questions.
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