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Agenda Quiz Finish Cinderella man Fascism Notes Highlight Mass Culture Notes (Propaganda) Disney video
Objectives Describe what a fascist government is and how it differs from Communism Understand Mass Culture and how it has changed since the Industrial Revolution.
150. fascism A political movement that opposed communism and democracy, but favored violence, war and promoted nationalism and obedience to the state.
Italy Had economic problems. Fascism was the answer!
Benito Mussolini Made himself dictator. Took over media Set up secret police.
Germany Many problems. 50% unemployment Inflation- took bags of money to buy bread
Treaty of Versailles Humiliated Germany Very harsh Deeply hated in Germany
Fascism is the Answer! Adolf Hitler leader of fascist Nazi Party Great public speaker, very popular with nationalist Democratically voted leader!
Hitler’s Successes? 5 years unemployment went from 6 million to almost zero. Standard of living rose
German Parliament Gave absolute power to Hitler
Hitler Banned political parties (except Nazis) Set up secret police. His enemies were killed, tortured, or imprisoned
Fascism vs. Communism Obedience to the state Favors violence and war No one challenges the state No classes all equal Strictly economic
Mass Culture Before industrial revolution, culture experienced alone.
Mass Culture With the Industrial Revolution came mass produced media. Media= movies, radio, music, newspaper, magazines Sports teams are created These things created mass culture
Critics of Mass Culture People spectators rather than participants Mass culture can be controlled by appealing to emotion rather than reason
Nazi Mass Culture State took control of radio stations and film. They used PROPAGANDA A systematic effort, usually by the government, to spread ideas or beliefs
Did the US use propaganda? Disney cartoon ANTINAZI propaganda http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ASW3UCc17AI
Follow up What type of source is this? What are your general thoughts on this cartoon? What was the aim of this cartoon?
Read 151 Mass Culture Highlight key points We have already answered why it is important
Review IT Describe what a fascist government is and how it differs from Communism. Understand Mass Culture and how it has changed since the Industrial Revolution.
Aggression In Europe The rise of two Dictators Hitler and Mussolini.
Chapter 15 / Section 3 Fascism Rises in Europe. During the Depression of the 1930’s millions of people around the world lost faith in the Democratic way.
During the 1930s, millions of Canadians suffered to the point where many resorted to protests, crime, and migration. But what would have happened if things.
Fascism in Europe Fascism is a militant political movement that emphasizes on loyalty to the state and obedience to its leader. Promises to restore economy,
Rise of Dictators Hitler Mussolini Japan. Reasons for Dictators The depression in Europe gave rise to the dictators in Spain, Italy and Germany. People.
Chapter 24 Between the Wars. Women after the War Women were rewarded for their contributions to the war effort by granting them voting rights Return to.
Bellringer Open yesterday’s notes: Post War Instability Notes and prepare to go over the questions! Download today’s notes: Rise of Dictators I and minimize.
Name:_________________ The Buildup to World War II Do Now: Big Idea: The economic cost of WWI combined with the Great Depression and the Treaty of Versailles.
Bell Ringer # 7 Get out your homework to be stamped! 1.What were two causes of the Great Depression? 2.How do you think the Great Depression helped dictators.
New Leaders and New Ideas in Europe during the 1930s.
Fascism Rises in Europe Faith Lost Countries lose faith in democracy because of worldwide depression – Turn to extremism.
Building up to WWII. 1920s ► Worldwide depression – period of rising unemployment and low economic activity.
Lesson 1: Rise of the Nazi Party. Treaty of Versailles Hyperinflation Fascists Nazis Fuhrer Civil Liberties.
Section 3: Fascism Rises in Europe Main Idea: In response to political turmoil and economic crisis, Italy and Germany turned to totalitarian dictators.
The Rise of Dictatorships. Depression in Europe Didn’t have the same kind of prosperity as North America in the 1920’s Still trying to recover from WW1,
How did the Treaty of Versailles help lead to WWII? WARM UP.
28.4 Notes. I.The Rise of Fascism in Italy A. Fascist Doctrine 1. Dictatorship and totalitarianism 2. Opposed communism and democracy B. Mussolini rises.
Fascist Dictatorships in Italy and Germany Chapter 28 Section 4 World History III Mr. Love.
Ch. 15 sec 3 Fascism Rises in Europe I. Fascism’s Rise in Italy A. Fascism 1.Fascism was a new, militant political movement that emphasized loyalty to.
Note quiz! 1) What was the Dawes Plan? 2) When did the stock market crash? (Exact Date) 3) What does the FDIC stand for? 4) Which president was blamed.
Totalitarian Leaders: Pre-WWII Contestant #1 I am a womanizer, have self-interested policies and unfortunately suffer from ailing health. Contestant.
Rise of Fascism A militant political movement that emphasized loyalty to the state and obedience to its leader.
Totalitarianism: DO NOW Totalitarian: a government that has total control of its people. Fascism: total obedience to one’s government and country. Collectivized:
Fascism EQ: How did fascism in Europe contribute to WWII?
© HarperCollins Publishers 2010 Significance Who were the Fascists and the Nazis?
Fascism Rises in Europe Chapter 31 Section 3. Setting the Stage… As a result of the Great Depression, millions of people lost faith in democratic government.
FASCISM RISES IN EUROPE Benito Mussolini Adolf Hitler.
IF WWI was the “war to end all wars,” what was WWII? ~ 60 million people were killed in WWII.
Fascist Dictatorships in Italy and Germany Chapter 19 Section 4.
BA 4/21 What was the most extreme group of Marxist Revolutionaries that would take over Russia? Who was the leader of this group? What event occurred.
The Coming of the War DEMOCRACY During the 1920’s many nations moved toward freedom and democracy. Some nations took a different direction.
Fascism Rises in Europe. Characteristics of Fascism Extreme Nationalism – the state over the individual Indoctrination Secret Police Authoritarian Supported.
Rise of the Dictators The Seeds of World War II. Bad Decisions Leads to Bad Consequences The Treaty of Versailles was the seed of unrest. How? Germany.
Knowledge Connections Definition Picture Term Vocabulary Inflation.
Fascist Dictatorships. Fascism was one attempt to solve the problems after WWI Fascism was one attempt to solve the problems after WWI There was no fascism.
Monday 3/25/13 RAP Did you do anything fun over break? Who were the two leaders of the Soviet Union that we discussed before break? –Name one plan they.
Why do new political parties emerge in the 1930s?
Rise of Totalitarianism. End of WWI Treaty of Versailles Punished Germany Germany had to pay war reparations Germany had to accept full blame for World.
Contestant #1 I am a womanizer, have self-interested policies and unfortunately suffer from ailing health. Contestant #2 I have a drinking habit and.
“The Rise of Dictators in Europe” Chapter 19 Section 4 and 5.
1. Describe the changes in the world during the 1920’s and 1930’s including changes in technology and the roles of women. 2. List and explain Hitler’s.
World War II Unit 5 RMS IB Ms. Hunt. Rise of Dictators Many democratic nations of Europe turned to dictatorships Causes – Economic Chaos- Great.
Totalitarianism Contestant #1 I am a womanizer, have self-interested policies and unfortunately suffer from ailing health. Contestant #2 I have a drinking.
Knowledge Connections Definition Picture Term Vocabulary CensorshipMedia.
The Rise of Fascism Italy After World War I, Italy was upset Italy gained no new land after Austria-Hungary was broken up In the late 20s & early 30s a.
A world’s response Economic problems were spreading throughout Europe Fear of depression forced countries to act Democracy did not seem as trustworthy.
Fascism Rises in Europe Fascism—political movement that is extremely nationalistic, gives power to a dictator, and takes away individual rights.
The Rise of Fascism: Italy & Germany. Qualities of Fascism Extreme loyalty to your country Total obedience to your countries leader Harsh punishments.
Totalitarian Leaders: The Rise of Fascism Pre-WWII.
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