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1 Tuesday 5/14/13 Goal: to analyze the Great Depression through Cinderella Man. Goal: to analyze the Great Depression through Cinderella Man. Warm up: List at least 5 themes you have seen in Cinderella Man that directly relate to the Great Depression. Be specific!! Warm up: List at least 5 themes you have seen in Cinderella Man that directly relate to the Great Depression. Be specific!!

2 Homework: Read Chapter 19 and do the following: Periods 1, 2,7/8, On page 568 do the following: 1.Create your own visual chapter summary. 2.Build vocabulary use each voc. terms in a sentence or use all ten in a paragraph, due Friday. Cinderella Man paper due on Monday. Period 9 a)On page (chap 7) do the following: 1.Create your own visual chapter summary of the chapter. Be sure to include people, ideas and events. 2.Answer all six questions in the Understanding main ideas section, due Friday.

3 The Rise of Dictators and WWII Section 1: Steps to War

4 Goal: to examine how dictators rose to power in Europe during the 1930s. Goal: to examine how dictators rose to power in Europe during the 1930s. Warm-up: If you were asked to do something that you knew might harm others, but also might help you; would you do it? Why? Why not?Warm-up: If you were asked to do something that you knew might harm others, but also might help you; would you do it? Why? Why not? Schedule:Schedule: 1.Warm up, notes discussion. 2.Read pgs Create a propaganda poster for a dictator. I will explain.

5 The Rise of Dictators Dictators (absolute rulers) seized power in Italy, Germany, Japan, Soviet Union after World War I Dictators (absolute rulers) seized power in Italy, Germany, Japan, Soviet Union after World War I Germany was treated severely after WWI (stripped of territory, forced to disarm, pay reparations) Germany was treated severely after WWI (stripped of territory, forced to disarm, pay reparations) Worldwide Depression also hit – many people looked to new leaders to solve problems Worldwide Depression also hit – many people looked to new leaders to solve problems The MAJOR Dictators: Benito Mussolini in Italy; Adolf Hitler in Germany; Joseph Stalin in the Soviet Union The MAJOR Dictators: Benito Mussolini in Italy; Adolf Hitler in Germany; Joseph Stalin in the Soviet Union

6 Benito Mussolini (Italy) Preached a government called Fascism – includes intense patriotism & nationalism Preached a government called Fascism – includes intense patriotism & nationalism Very much linked to racism and cultural superiority Very much linked to racism and cultural superiority

7 Adolf Hitler (Germany) Leader of the Nazi Party Leader of the Nazi Party Spoke about Germany racial superiority Spoke about Germany racial superiority Wanted revenge for Germany’s loss in World War I Wanted revenge for Germany’s loss in World War I

8 Joseph Stalin (Soviet Union) Communist leader (Russia went Communist after WWI) Communist leader (Russia went Communist after WWI) Controlled every aspect of people’s lives Controlled every aspect of people’s lives Eliminated all competition to him in order to stay in power Eliminated all competition to him in order to stay in power

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11 Dictators Expand Territory 1931 – Japan attacks Manchuria in northern China 1931 – Japan attacks Manchuria in northern China Japan wanted more natural resources for its growing population (Manchuria is rich in natural resources) Japan wanted more natural resources for its growing population (Manchuria is rich in natural resources)

12 Italy invades Ethiopia 1935 – Italy invaded Ethiopia in Africa 1935 – Italy invaded Ethiopia in Africa Mussolini wanted new areas to expand his empire in Africa Mussolini wanted new areas to expand his empire in Africa

13 Germany Begins Conquests 1936 – Hitler moves troops into the Rhineland (German region near the French border) 1936 – Hitler moves troops into the Rhineland (German region near the French border) WWI treaty said no German troops here WWI treaty said no German troops here French Gov’t and League of Nations – TAKE NO ACTION French Gov’t and League of Nations – TAKE NO ACTION

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15 German-Italian Alliance Germany and Italy formed the Axis Powers Germany and Italy formed the Axis Powers Now – two dictators with stated goals of expansion are good friends Now – two dictators with stated goals of expansion are good friends Axis Powers help Spain’s Fascist military overthrow its elected government (Spanish Civil War) Axis Powers help Spain’s Fascist military overthrow its elected government (Spanish Civil War) Mussolini and Hitler

16 Friday 4/27/12 Goal: to further develop theories on the causes of WWII. Warm-up: Imagine it is 1937 and you live in France. You have heard about Hitler and Mussolini. Write a short diary entry on what you may have been thinking at the time. Schedule: 1.Go over homework 2.Warm up 3.Map activity 4.Hitler film 5.Hitler begins conquests 6.Appeasement

17 Homework – 2 nd Period 1.Read chapter 20 2.On pages look at the review and assessment activities. 3.Design your own review. Must have the following: All vocabulary terms One graphic organizer One cartoon that can be interpreted.

18 Monday 4/30/12 Goal: to describe how England and France contributed to the causes of WWII. Warm-up: How do victims enable bullies to become more powerful and continue bullying? Activities: 1.Warm-up 2.Notes, discussion 3.Video

19 Homework 1.Read chapter 20 2.On pages look at the review and assessment activities. 3.Design your own review. Must have the following: All vocabulary terms One graphic organizer One cartoon that can be interpreted.

20 Hitler begins his own Conquests 1938 – Hitler and the Germans invade Austria (most Austrians spoke German and welcomed becoming a part of Germany) 1938 – Hitler and the Germans invade Austria (most Austrians spoke German and welcomed becoming a part of Germany) But…Hitler and the Germans were expanding – and the WWI treaty told them not to… But…Hitler and the Germans were expanding – and the WWI treaty told them not to…

21 The Sudetenland After taking Austria – Hitler wanted more After taking Austria – Hitler wanted more His next desire is the Sudetenland in Czechoslovakia His next desire is the Sudetenland in Czechoslovakia The Czechs didn’t want to give this area to Germany – nor did France and Russia The Czechs didn’t want to give this area to Germany – nor did France and Russia

22 Germany’s Expansion

23 “Appeasement” at Munich The British step in to offer a peace and avoid war The British step in to offer a peace and avoid war British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain meets with Hitler in Munich, Germany British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain meets with Hitler in Munich, Germany They agree to give Hitler the SudetenlandThey agree to give Hitler the Sudetenland Hitler has to promise he is done seeking territoryHitler has to promise he is done seeking territory

24 Reactions to Munich Neville Chamberlain, the British Prime Minister who came up with the agreement, said that he had achieved “peace in our time” Neville Chamberlain, the British Prime Minister who came up with the agreement, said that he had achieved “peace in our time” Winston Churchill, the future Prime Minister, said: “Britain and France had to choose between war and shame. They chose shame. They will get war, too.” Winston Churchill, the future Prime Minister, said: “Britain and France had to choose between war and shame. They chose shame. They will get war, too.”

25 Activity 1. Read about the Munich Conference. 1. Read about the Munich Conference. Answer the following questions: Answer the following questions: What was appeasement?What was appeasement? Why did France and England employ it as a policy against the Germans?Why did France and England employ it as a policy against the Germans? 2. Choose one of the following and write a one paragraph essay on the best option for Great Britain. Appease the GermansAppease the Germans Align with the GermansAlign with the Germans Place sanctions on the GermansPlace sanctions on the Germans Declare war on Germany.Declare war on Germany.

26 Hitler Speech hEG-5_9nK4 hEG-5_9nK4 hEG-5_9nK4 hEG-5_9nK4 As you watch the video please take notes and be ready to answer the following: As you watch the video please take notes and be ready to answer the following: How did Hitler rise to power?How did Hitler rise to power? How did WWI affect Hitler?How did WWI affect Hitler? Why do you think many of the German people bought into his ideas?Why do you think many of the German people bought into his ideas?

27 Hitler breaks his promise: Germany Starts the War After being given Sudetenland – Hitler takes the rest of Czechoslovakia After being given Sudetenland – Hitler takes the rest of Czechoslovakia Hitler signed a Non-Aggression Pact with Stalin and the Soviet Union (they agree to not make war on each other) – now France and Britain have lost an ally in Stalin Hitler signed a Non-Aggression Pact with Stalin and the Soviet Union (they agree to not make war on each other) – now France and Britain have lost an ally in Stalin Immediately after – Germany invaded Poland (France & Britain declare war on Germany) WWII officially begins Immediately after – Germany invaded Poland (France & Britain declare war on Germany) WWII officially begins


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