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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
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.
Rise of Dictators Hitler Mussolini Japan. Reasons for Dictators The depression in Europe gave rise to the dictators in Spain, Italy and Germany. People.
Quick Write What are the differences and similarities between Fascism and Communism? What are the differences and similarities between Fascism and Communism?
Many new democracies started up in the world,,but there was also a strong push for communist uprisings in Germany, France and the United States By the.
Contestant #1 I am a womanizer, have self-interested policies and unfortunately suffer from ailing health. Contestant #2 I have a drinking habit and.
Launch List 1. Copy New Objectives 2. Copy New Homework 3. Have Guided reading from Friday out.
Nazis in Power essays Theme 1 How did the Nazis stay in power? deal with the named factor and compare it to other possible reasons in order to arrive at.
Mr. Whites World History. After this section, we should be able to: Explain how fascism and Nazism grew in power in Europe Explain how communist leaders.
Dictatorship A system of government with centralized authority under a dictator. Usually involves terror, censorship, nationalism, and racism.
Warm Up Answer the following questions based on the timeline of the West between the Wars (p ): a. What book did Hitler write in 1924? b. Who became.
WORLD WAR LOOMS 1931 – Failures of the World War I Peace Settlement Treaty of Versailles cause anger & resentment in Europe Germany resents blame.
Appeasement and the Road To War Hitler’s Foreign Policy
Section 15.3 Fascism Rises in Europe. -Italians were bitter about the results of World War 1 -Rising inflation and unemployment also contributed to widespread.
The Holocaust. Please turn in the following: –Totalitarian Handout –Fascism Handout –Prompts Practice –Rape of Nanking Handout You have 5 minutes to prep.
Do Now: What is Fascism? Who are some fascist dictators?
Origins of the Cold War Lesson Objectives: To identify and examine causes of the cold war To assess who was to blame VS.
A Troubled Germany Economic despair & political instability Punishments of Treaty of Versailles High inflation = German “mark” has no value Failure of.
Rise of Mussolini Ms. Garratt. Italian nat’lists felt betrayed by Paris peace treaties. Yugoslavia Veterans returned to econ & pol chaos Strikes Unemployment.
United States, Britain, and France remain democratic Millions turn to a new system of government fascism restore economy punish those responsible for.
How did Hitler turn the Chancellorship into a dictatorship by 1934?
Rise of Fascism. Please do not talk at this timeMay 8 Look over your notes from the block on the Vision and reality of Stalins Russia. Does everything.
A World In Flames World War II. The Rise of Dictators After World War I it seemed as if Democracy was on the rise and that the peace would be long lasting.
World War II Propaganda. Propaganda n : information that is spread for the purpose of promoting some cause n : information that is spread for the purpose.
Dolch Words the of and to a in that is was.
World War II Review Who were the dictators? What factors helped them come to power? What did they do once in power?
New Deal to Cold War Jeopardy Credits Winners 1 st Hour: Matthew, Tia, Diamond, Desiree, Ronjanae (4300 pts.) Winners 5 th Hour: Deborah, Diamond,
Rise of Fascism and Nationalism Text pages 758 – 764 SSWH17 The student will be able to identify the major political and economic factors that shaped world.
European Dictators Prior to WW II. Spain Italy U.S.S.R. Germany.
*Government subject to the will of the people; before the Civil War, the idea that people living in a territory had the right to decide by voting if slavery.
Unit VI: Crisis and Achievement Section 1: Scientific and Technological Achievements.
The Road to World War II Neutrality, Isolationism, Nationalism, Dictators & Broken Promises.
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