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Agenda Review (Block 3 Cinderella Assignment) Spanish Civil War Notes Video The Nanking Massacre Reading like a historian
Objectives Explain the importance of the Spanish Civil War. Determine what happened at the invasion of Nanking.
153. Spanish Civil War Between WWI & WWII tough times for democracy.
Other options… Socialism on the left Fascism on the right
Down goes democracy Had fallen in Italy, Germany Eastern and central Europe as well
Spain Prior to WWII, fascists led by Francisco Franco tried to overthrow republic in Spain.
Volunteers… From many countries went to help Spain stop Franco.
Fascist Power! Franco supported by Mussolini and Hitler
German Test Hitler wanted to test Luftwaffe on human targets. German air force
Luftwaffe Hitler bombs Guernica Killed 1600 civilians Horrified the world
Hitler’s Terror Raid Foreshadows things to come…. Civilians now target.
Franco’s Reign After 3 years Franco defeats republican government He remained in power until 1975
Read Spanish Civil War Highlight
154. The Invasion of Nanking
Context: Japan, 1930 Japan suffered from economic problems. Japan was geographically small. World View of Japan
Goals of Japan’s military leaders expand Japan’s empire to gain more raw materials restore Japan’s power in Asia and the world
Invasion of China Japan invaded China’s northern region of Manchuria in 1931. This area was rich with iron and coal. Japanese soldiers in Manchuria
Invasion of Nanking Nanking was China’s capital. Japan invaded Nanking in December 1937. Japanese Soldiers entering Nanking
What happened during the invasion of Nanking? Central Historical Question
Discussion After reading documents A and B, can you accurately answer what happened during the invasion of Nanking? Why or why not?
Which of these textbooks, if either, do you find more trustworthy? Why?
Where else would you look in order to figure out what happened during the Japanese invasion of Nanking?
Final Discussion Why might textbooks from different countries offer different versions of the same historical events? When confronted with conflicting historical accounts, what is the best way to determine which is more accurate or trustworthy?
The Invasion of Nanking Objective: I can evaluate how aggressive Axis expansion and the failure of the League of Nations led to World War II.
The Invasion of Nanking
Aggressors on the March
Ch. 15 S. 4 – Aggressors Invade Nations
Today How did the rise of authoritarian regimes ultimately lead to the Second World War? Fascism in Europe Militarism in Japan.
ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS IN YOUR GROUP 1. What is Fascism? 2. Who were the fascist leaders from Italy and Germany? 3. Why did Fascism rise in Europe?
Cause of WWII. Europe Germanys humiliating defeat in WWI Terrible worldwide depression (even worse in Germany) -Germany is in a state of turmoil -Leads.
AGGRESSORS INVADE NATIONS 1931 Japan invades Manchuria.
Objective Compare the German, Italian and Japanese drives for an empire in the 1930s and relate that drive to the role of appeasement, nonintervention.
Causes of World War II Global II. Aggression, Appeasement, and War Allied leaders wanted to avoid war world peace “ no more war ” Italy, Germany,
HISTORY 20/30 UNIT 3:NATIONAL SOVEREIGNTY AND COLLECTIVE SECURITY Aggression in Europe.
The Rise of Dictators The Axis Powers The Debate at home Declaring War How does democracy differ from communism and socialism? What were the causes for.
Dictators Threaten World Peace How do dictators in Europe & Asia threaten world peace?
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.
Ch. 15 sec 4 Aggressors Invade Nations I. Japan Seeks an Empire A. Militarists Take control of Japan 1.When the Great Depression struck in 1929 many Japanese.
CH 13 SEC 1 The Rise of Dictators I. Europe after World War 1 The devastation of the war affected every aspect of life. Millions were dead, the countryside.
Terms and People appeasement – giving in to the demands of an aggressor to keep peace pacifism – opposition to all war Neutrality Acts – a group of laws.
CHAPTER 21 Section 1:Threats to World Peace Objectives: Analyze why Japan and Italy were able to carry out aggressive territorial policies in the 1930s.
Causes of World War II. Economic Depression Widespread unemployment in Europe and Japan helped to create totalitarian leaders Centralized and Dictatorial.
15-4 Germany, Italy and Japan on the march. Japan Militarist take power in 1929 Want to solve the economic problems of Japan by creating an empire in.
CH. 29 WORLD WAR II. Japan, Italy, & Germany aggressively expanded in Africa, Asia, & Europe In 1936, Germany, Italy, & Japan formed an alliance called.
Aggressive Nations Begin Their Assault. Changes in Japan 1920’s Japan Treaty signed with China Signed Kellogg-Briand Pact Parliamentary problems P.M.
Section I: The Threat of War Pages This section is about: This section is about: Events in the 1930 ’ s that led up to World War II, including.
Aggression & Appeasement Path to WWII:. JAPANESE AGGRESSION.
Aggression & Conflict leading to WWII
WWII WAR IS COMING. What territorial policies did Japan and Italy carry out in the 1930s What territorial policies did Japan and Italy carry out in the.
Japan’s Drive For An Empire Did Japan commit war crimes during WWII?
Causes/Beginning of WWII Late 1930s FANATICS!. Mistakes from the Past ► 1) Failure of Treaty of Versailles- blame on Germany and no real power for the.
Dictators Threaten World Peace
Monday, Jan 26, 2015 Study Questions 1. What are Natural Resources and why do Countries need them? 2. What was the League of Nations? Glossary 3. What.
Catch Phrase Review Unit
17.1 Notes: From Appeasement to War
■ Essential Question: – What caused World War II? – What were the major events during World War II from 1939 to 1942? ■ Warm Up Question:
Chapter 23 Section 1 The Rise of Militarism. Mussolini in Italy Benito Mussolini wanted to destroy the Communist Party and promote his own rise to power.
3B =Dictators and War H-SS Discuss the human toll of the Depression, natural disasters, and unwise agricultural practices and their effects on.
Whiteboard Moment! 1. Review the main causes of WWII. 2. Answer: Which cause was the most important into leading the world into WWII? Explain.
Aggressors on the March Final Years before WWII. Japan’s Democracy 1920s Japans signed agreements to not use war as a policy tool But Japan’s gov. had.
Homework Test on the Inter-War Years Wednesday. Study! Review sheet can be completed for extra credit on Wednesday.
Aggressors Invade Nations
World War II APUSH Part I Essential Questions: How did the WWI peace settlement fail? How did the WWI peace settlement fail? Why doesn’t the.
Ch. 16, Sec 1 and Sec. 2. Dictators Threaten Peace in Europe (Ch. 16, Sec. 1)
FASCIST AGGRESSION FASCIST AGGRESSION ROAD TO WORLD WAR II
15.4 Aggressors Invade Nations
Why Expand Build their empires Expand their borders Need for natural resources.
Causes of WWII. Background – TOTALITARIANISM – Form of government in which the government controls every aspect of life – FASCISM – The importance of.
WORLD WAR 2. DICTATORS CHALLENGE WORLD PEACE Japan seized Manchuria in 1931, League of Nations tried to punish and Japan left the organization. 1935-
WORLD WAR LOOMS. Germany Remilitarizes Hitler announced the formation of a German air force & compulsory military service Sends troops to.
Militaristic Japan Emperor reigns but doesn’t rule 1920’s extreme military leaders attempted to overthrow the emperor. Great Depression put blame on government.
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