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The Rise and Rule of Single Party States
DOB: April 20 th, 1889 Born in the city of Braunau, Austria. Hitler lost his mother and father during his teenage years and dropped out of high school at age 16.
Moving to Vienna Art School The Effects of Vienna on Hitler Hitler developed a dislike for many things in Vienna.
Joining the ranks Dispatch Runner Corporal Hitler A sense of belonging The moral letdown
Moving to Munich The German Workers’ Party (Deutsche Arbeiterpartei) The National Socialist German Workers’ Party Nazis Goals
Benito Mussolini January 1923 The Ruhr Crisis The Reichswehr General Erich Ludendorff
The Brownshirts The Beer Hall Putsch Hitler’s Trial Mein Kampf Hitler gains popularity
Hitler’s popularity fades The Dawes Plan The Economy turns The Great Depression
The Geneva Naval Conference (1927) Calvin Coolidge Results The London Naval Conference (1930) The London Naval Treaty Results
6 million unemployed Factories ceased production Foreign loans stopped or recalled. searching for new answers
Problems Democracy? Hitler’s use of propaganda The Treaty of Versailles National Humiliation
The Weimar Republic A man of action! Unearned incomes, unfair taxes, trusts, chain stores, and high interest rates. The lowest common denominator.
1928: 12 seats went to the Nazis 1930: 107 seats 1932: 230 seats Making Hitler the Chancellor
President Hindenburg January 30, 1933 Shared Power? The Reichstag Building Who to blame?
freedom of speech and press The Brownshirts Dictatorial powers The Nazi Revolution
Germany ceased to be Federal All other parties were destroyed Purging the Brownshirts June 1934
The Third Reich Der Führer Hitler’s view of Jews Racial Science The Nuremberg Laws Dachau
November 9, 1938 Kristallnacht What “provoked” the incident? Closed doors
The Gestapo The People’s Court
Geneva 1932-1934 Self Interests Depression Germany leaves the LON The role of the Soviets LON still dealing with the Manchurian Incident
Luftwaffe Soviet Reaction to Hitler Poland German-Polish Non-Aggression Pact Conscription The Soviets join the League Franco-Soviet Pact
Austrian Nazis Engelbert Dollfuss Reaction of the Western powers Mussolini’s reaction Preventing the Anschluss
January 1935 The league of Nations Nazi Agitation Reunification
March 1935 Disarmament The Response 100,000 to 600,000
March 7, 1936 The Franco-Soviet Pact Weaknesses in the German Army The response of France The response of Great Britain Going to war?
Mussolini’s decision (1936) The Earth’s Axis
March 1938 Austrian Chancellor Kurt von Schuschnigg Vote on it? The Anschluss Nazi Propaganda
Czechoslovakia The Sudetenland Britain and France Hitler’s Demands Neville Chamberlain Eduard Daladier
Munich Four Powers Soviet Union? Czechoslovakia? Loss of strategic territory “peace in our time”
Not to be out done, Mussolini took over Albania in April 1939.
Rearmament by Germany French Response British Response defensive strategies
The Maginot Line The West Wall Mobilizing the Economy
Financing Rearmament Hjalmar Schacht British Blockade Hitler’s 4 Year Plan Where did the money come from? 1939-2 million in the army.
Germany? France? Britain?
Memel Danzig Poland Anglo-French Guarantee The Anti-Commintern Pact www.google.com/maps
The Nazi-Soviet Pact V.M. Molotov Joachim Ribbentrop
World War II Unit 7 Lesson Students analyze the causes and consequences of World War II. 1. Compare the German, Italian, and Japanese drives for.
Post World War I Germany Crisis and Conflict: Impact of World War I Copyright 2006 Millions of dead, wounded or homeless people Millions.
The Rise of Fascism and Adolf Hitler. Background to Fascism Political ideology that emphasizes nationalism, militarism, and expansionism Political ideology.
Nazi Germany Hitler’s Rise to Power. Weimar Republic WWI ends in 1918 Treaty of Versailles 1919 Germany was required to form a democratic government It.
The Versailles TreatyThe Versailles Treaty The Versailles TreatyThe Versailles Treaty.
Adolf Hitler Background Hitler was born in Austria Wanted to be an artist Rejected from Vienna’s art academy Is lost until WW I Serves in the.
German Aggression Europe, 1935 The Rise of Hitler (Review) Adolf Hitler –Beginnings WWI Veteran –Hates Treaty of Versailles –Nazi Party Tries.
THE DEEPENING CRISIS: WORLD WAR II. Failure of collective security in the 1920’s 1. League of Nations fails 2. Attempts at disarmament fails 3.
Nazi Germany Road to WWII WWII Battles The Holocaust People & Places Vocabulary Final Jeopardy!
The Versailles Treaty Land Reparations War Guilt League of Nations Military Restrictions The Versailles Treaty.
Section 23.1 Explain the circumstances that allowed for the Nazi rise to power in Germany Identify the characteristics of a Totalitarian state.
GCSE MODERN WORLD HISTORY INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CAUSES OF THE SECOND WORLD WAR INTERACTIVE WHO OR WHAT WAS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE SECOND WORLD.
BETWEEN THE WARS: THE HEADLINES ARMISTICE ENDS THE GREAT WAR November 1918.
Six Steps To War. Re-Armament Hitler violated the Versailles Treaty and started to build up the army What was Britain and France’s response? What is conscription?
The Rise of Dictators and the World’s Response Unit 9, Lesson 1.
APPEASEMENT AND THE OUTBREAK OF THE 2 ND WORLD WAR Hitler and the breaking up of the Versailles Treaty The Wall Street Crash of 29 October 1929 led to.
Origins of World War II The Rise of Militarism: Hitler & Germany.
Section 2 What were Hitler’s early moves in Europe that led to the breakout of WWII? Hitler’s Early Gambles and Decisions.
THE RISE OF FASCISM AND THE CAUSES OF WORLD WAR II EUROPE
The Versailles Treaty A Weak League of Nations.
Post WWI – Germany and the West p (top) Dawes Plan Inflation Reparations.
GERMANY CHILD HITLER 1919 HITLER 1923 WWI HITLER EVA AND BLONDIE RALLY 1933.
Axis Powers of World War II European Axis Powers Fascist Italy: Nazi Germany: Militaristic Japan.
11 November 1918 (11 O’Clock) The Armistice is signed to end fighting in WW1. Can you give one reason for the armistice? Can you give one term of the armistice?
World War II’s Perpetrator Adolf Hitler. How did Adolf Hitler cause World War II?
By: Mr. Jim Dzialo Jacobs H. S. Algonquin IL.
The War Unfolds. In a short response of one to three sentences, describe the tests you took over the last two days.
The road to Nazi Germany and WW II By: Jeff Douglas.
Fascism Rises in Europe/Invade Other Nations (Chapter 15, Sec. 3 & 4)
By: Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley H. S. Chappaqua, NY.
Hitler’s Acts of Aggression Defying the Treaty of Versailles 1. Hitler demanded lebensraum for the Third Reich (3 rd German Empire) 2. enlarged military.
Rise of Totalitarian Leaders What conditions give rise to Totalitarian Leaders?
CAUSES OF WW II IN EUROPE: HITLER’S WAR. A Nazi election poster from the 1930s. “Break free now! Vote Hitler”
Hitler’s youth Adolph Hitler was born April 20, 1889(his old family name was Schickelgruber) He was a failure for the first 30 years of his life. During.
Adolf Hitler And Nazi Germany. Adolf Hitler was born in Austria in 1889 He moved to Vienna as a young man where he lived in poverty He was refused entry.
The Coming of World War II. Hitler’s Background Middle class Austrian Lousy student Rejected for art school A corporal in the German army in WWI.
Years Between the Wars Main Ideas: 1) Economic problems can change society’s political views. 2) In times of trouble, people are more attracted.
Hitler Wants A Piece!. Hitler’s Aims To abolish the Treaty of Versailles –The Germans hated it, especially: Tiny armed forces, Rhineland demilitarised,
Between the Wars 1918 to 1939 Dictatorships take Control.
Used with Permission from Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley H. S. Chappaqua, NY.
CONSEQUENCES OF THE NAZI SEIZURE OF POWER February—May 1933: Creation of a one-party state 1935: Nazis restore universal military conscription; the “Nuremberg.
Background to the Second World War By: Sarah Gurley.
Chapter 20 Section 2 World War II Begins. Path to War 1.How did Hitler violate the Treaty of Versailles? 2.How did leaders of other nations deal with.
World War II Rise of Dictators in Europe Ms. Krall.
AP EURO SEMINAR By: ALLEN MANALILI Prompt: Why did Germany’s experiment with parliamentary democracy, between 1919 and 1933, fail?
15.3 World History Fascism Rises in Europe. Italy Fascism – Militant, political, loyalty to state, extreme Nationalism – Censorship, indoctrination, secret.
Paragraph Did not want to listen to the Treaty of Versailles. When he had all the power, he stopped the Treaty, step by step. He built an army,
Triumph of Hitler Gestapo Secret Police Founded by Herman Goering Turned over to Heinrich Himmler 2/10/36 Gestapo Law passed making the Gestapo.
WEIMAR GERMANY Frederic EBERT Was the first president of Germany WOMEN VOTING FOR THE FIRST TIME IN GERMANY 1919.
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