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The War in Europe
Lebensraum Third Reich’s future depended on LebensraumSet sights on Austria and Czechoslovakia
Union with Austria Hitler meets with Austrian Chancellor-Kurt von Schushnigg Hitler is demanding and angry with him Demands Schushnigg appoint Nazis to Austrian govmt Schushnigg eventually agrees
Union with Austria On return home-Schuschnigg changes his mindInformed Hitler
Union with Austria Schuschnigg forced to resignGermany announced Anschluss or union with Austria was complete
Bargaining for the SudetenlandHitler then turns to Czechoslovakia Sudetenland-northern Czech. Along German border
Bargaining for the SudetenlandHitler said Czechs were abusing Sudeten Germans Began massing troops on Czech border
Bargaining for the SudetenlandHitler invites French Prime Minister and British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain to Munich Germany Hitler promised Sudetenland would be his last territorial demand
Bargaining for the SudetenlandFrench and British PMs believe Hitler Sept. 30, 1938 sign Munich Pact
Bargaining for the Sudetenland“My friends…there has come back from Germany peace with honor. I believe it is peace in our time.” Neville Chamberlain
Bargaining for the SudetenlandWinston Churchill-
Soviets Declare NeutralityAn attack on Poland would also provoke a declaration of war from France and Britain-both promised military aid to Poland
Soviets Declare NeutralityStalin decides that he has more to lose than to gain in a war against Germany
Soviets Declare NeutralityNonaggression Pact- Soviet Union and Germany would not fight each other
Blitzkrieg in Poland September 1, 1939-Germany invades Poland1st test of new Germany military strategy-Blitzkrieg
Blitzkrieg in Poland Britain and France declare war on Germany on Sept. 3 Blitzkrieg worked
Blitzkrieg in Poland During the last week of fighting-the Soviet Union attacks Poland from the east
The Phony War Quiet for the next few monthsFrench and British stayed behind Maginot Line
The Phony War Germans stayed in Germany Quiet broken by Soviets
The Phony War April 9, 1940 Germany invades Denmark and NorwayThen Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxembourg-overrun by May
Fall of France Allied British and French forces outnumbered and outgunned
Fall of France Italy enters war on side of Germans and invades southern France
Fall of France Nazis occupy northern 2/3 of France
Fall of France French general Charles de Gaulle flees to Britain
Battle of Britain Nazis assemble an invasion fleet along the French coast in preparation for invasion of Britain
Battle of Britain German Luftewaffe begins bombing British cities
Battle of Britain British Royal Air Force(RAF) fight excellently
The War in Europe. Lebensraum Third Reich’s future depended on Lebensraum Set sights on Austria and Czechoslovakia Some worries it would provoke war “Germany’s.
Daily Objective & Do Now Objective- Create timeline consisting of 5 major events in Hitler’s offensive Do Now: Is it better to give in to demands of an.
How did Hitler’s expansionist policies lead to WWII in Europe?
Baltimore Polytechnic Institute March 18, 2011 U.S. History Mr. Green.
Baltimore Polytechnic Institute February 17, 2012 U.S. History Mr. Green.
UNION WITH AUSTRIA (537) –Majority of Austria’s six million people were German and they favored unification with Germany –German troops were unopposed.
Chapter 16 Section 2 War In Europe Main Idea: Using the sudden mass attack called blitzkrieg, Germany invaded and quickly conquered many European countries.
Austria and Czechoslovakia Fall 1938, Hitler demanded that Austrian Chancellor von Schuschnigg appoint Nazis to government posts. He agreed but changed.
US History Serra BLITZKRIEG: WAR IN EUROPE. AUSTRIA AND CZECHOSLOVAKIA FALL Union with Austria Post WW I division of Austria-Hungary creates fairly small.
WWII Europe Goes to War. Hitler demanded the Sudetenland –Neville Chamberlain met with Hitler to discuss this demand –Great Britain was not prepared.
Chapter 16 Section 2 War in Europe. HITLER BEGINS HIS MARCH TO WORLD CONQUEST LEADING TO WWII 1935: Reintroduced conscription of men into the armed forces.
16.2 War in Europe. Union with Austria Hitler met Austrian chancellor Kurt von Schuschnigg and demanded that Schuschnigg appoint Austrian Nazis to key.
Goes along with timeline Germany Pushes the Limits War in Europe.
War in Europe Ch 24 Sect 2 Pg 742. Union with Austria Majority of Austrias 6 million people were Germans who favored unification w/ Germany. Germany troops.
Chapter 16 Section 2 War in Europe Look at map on page 538 while reviewing each slide.
(Map ). The Austrian Anschluss In 1937 Hitler called for the unification of the German people (Hitler wants more land) First place: Austria.
Chapter 16: World War Looms Section 2: War in Europe.
War in Europe Josef Stalin Adolf Hitler Benito Mussolini Neville Chamberlain Appeasement Non-Aggression Pact Sudetenland Blitzkrieg Charles.
War in Europe Hitler dominates Europe. Austria & Czechoslovakia Fall Hitler wanted to absorb Austria & Czechoslovakia in the Third Reich. On March 12,
Do Now: What areas did Hitler decide to invade before WWII officially started? Think about why those areas. Homework: Research Outline due Friday WWII.
Chapter 16 Section 2 Pages War in Europe Chapter 16 Section 2 Pages
Explain how WWII started Key Terms Axis Powers Axis Powers Anschluss Anschluss Munich Pact Munich Pact Appeasement Appeasement Blitzkrieg Blitzkrieg Non-aggression.
Notes # 2 War before the U.S Europe. Hitler Rearms Germany The Versailles Treaty of 1919 forced Germany to repay war debt, while also limiting the size.
24-2: War in Europe Hitler sends troops to the Rhineland (buffer zone between Germany and France) Considered a violation of the Treaty of Versailles.
German Violations of the Treaty and Expansion 1935: Hitler initiated a draft to expand Germany's army and build a new air force. 1936: Hitler ordered.
Global Struggles 1941 – 1960 Unit 7. A World in Flames World War II Begins Chapter 20 Section 2.
QOD 11/16 QOD: Based on our last unit, what was going on in America during the 1930s? What impact do you think this event had on America’s foreign policy.
The German War Machine. AUSTRIA AND CZECHOSLAVAKIA FALL Austria Sudetenland German troops march into Austria unopposed on March 12, Majority of.
Chapter 20 Section 2 World War II Begins.
War in Europe. Germany wants land “Living Space” to grow/expand March 1938: Nazis march into Austria –Unopposed –Many Austrians want union with Germany.
CHAPTER 20 A WORLD IN FLAMES ( ).
War in Europe Chapter 16 Section 2. I. Austria and Czechoslovakia Fall o A. Gaining Territory o 1. On March 12, 1938 German troops marched into Austria.
World on Fire – WWII begins. Key Terms / Main Ideas Attempts to negotiate with Hitler fail. Germany invades Poland which result in France and England.
European and African Campaign. German troops march into Austria unopposed in Hitler's "Anschluss" - union. A majority of the 6 million population were.
Europe Erupts in War Lesson 23-2 The Main Idea Far from being satisfied by the actions of France and Great Britain, Germany turned to force and triggered.
13:2 Path to War – Hitler begins violating terms of Treaty of Versailles Military draft Build a new air force – European leaders do little Did not want.
OPENING ASSIGNMENT TURN IN ALL WORK FROM MONDAY AND TUESDAY TO YOUR CLASS’S FOLDER ON THE FRONT TABLE. How would factors such as the size and strength.
Bell Quiz: Use pages and the Glossary Define the following terms: 1. Appeasement. 2. Nonaggression pact. 3. Blitzkrieg. 4 Isolationism. 5. Hitler.
The Beginning of WWII. Nonaggression Pact August 23, 1939: Stalin and Hitler signed a nonaggression pact, agreeing not to attack one another Also agreed.
CHAPTER 20 A WORLD IN FLAMES. WORLD WAR II WHEN? WHY?German expansion/aggression WHO?ALLIES (United States, United Kingdom, Soviet Union France….many.
World War II. Expansionism- desire to expand country by means of force. Expansionism – Empire of Japan invading China Empire of Japan – Germany’s desire.
German Aggression Europe, 1935 The Rise of Hitler (Review) Adolf Hitler –Beginnings WWI Veteran –Hates Treaty of Versailles –Nazi Party Tries.
Hitler unleashes his Blitzkrieg on Europe THE WAR BEGINS!!
World War Looms Chapter 16
Hitler’s Lightning War I. Germany Sparks a New War in Europe A. Germany’s Lightning Attack 1.Months after the signing of the nonaggression pact between.
CH1201 March Leader of the Nazi He blamed Communists & Jews for the loss of German pride & defeat in the First World War In January 1933,
Germany dug itself out of depression by rearming and expanding their armed forces (both of which violated the Versailles Treaty that ended WWI) Unemployment.
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