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ORIGINS, NATURE AND ESTABLISHMENT OF AUTHORITARIAN AND SINGLE PARTY STATES
What were the conditions that helped to produce this single-party state? Adolf HitlerNeyerere
How did the leader emerge? What were his aims and ideology? Where did he get his support? HitlerNeyerere
How did the dictator/authoritarian ruler come to power: by force, through legitimate channels, peaceful cheating or a combination of these?
It is expected the presentation will include primary sources such as: Photos Illustrations Video Artifacts Memos Diary accounts Maps Document Etc.
What was the role of personal charisma?
How was propaganda used(if it was)? What was the role of the general public?
What were the key arguments or justifications for seizure of power?
What form did his government take? What was his ideology?
CONSOLIDATION AND MAINTENANCE OF POWER
What was the role of the army, police, and special forces/tactics?
How was opposition dealt with – both extra- and intr-party?
How were propaganda and censorship used in this aspect?
To what extend did the dictator/authoritarian ruler attempt to use personal charisma and popularity to maintain power and support?
STYLE AND POLICIES OF THE REGIME
What were the chief economic, military, and social policies?
What were the roles of education, the arts and the media?
What were the policies regarding ethnic groups, women, religious and other minorities? What motivated these policies?
How were these policies enforced?
SUCCESS AND IMPACT
How long did the dictator/authoritarian ruler remain in power? How was he removed from power, or how did his rule end?
What forces brought about the dictator’s downfall, if such a downfall occurred?
To what extent were the dictator’s/authoritarian ruler’s goals implemented?
How did the dictator/authoritarian ruler use foreign policy to maintain his regime?
What impact did the regime have outside of its own state, i.e. in the Cold War?
Was this a totalitarian or authoritarian government? Why?
Evaluate the impact of the dictator on his country. What were the chief good/bad things he did for his state?
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The Rise of Dictators TOTALITARIANISM. Totalitarianism: A government that takes total, centralized, state control over every aspect of public and private.
It is a political regime in which a small group of individuals exercise power over the state without being constitutionally responsible to the public.
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Ch What is totalitarianism? What were some of the characteristics of Stalin’s totalitarian regime?
Totalitarianism, Fascism, and Communism Mark Manbeck.
World War II: Totalitarianism on the Rise Learning Focus 3.2 The rise of Totalitarian/fascist leaders in Germany, Italy, and Japan and the failure of appeasement.
Totalitarianism. Introduction SSummary: After Lenin dies, Stalin seizes power and transforms the Soviet Union into a totalitarian state. “Stalin, Lenin’s.
Rise of Dictators Why did these totalitarian regimes gain power after World War I? Video Clips from United streaming: Discovering History: 20th-Century.
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What is an authoritarian or single party state? Yertle the Turtle Message: Government rely on the support of the people.
The World Between the Wars: 1920s-1930s (Ch 14, S 3 & Ch 15) What political, economic, & social problems existed? What efforts were made to maintain peace.
Totalitarianism Chapter 30, Section 2. Introduction SSummary: After Lenin dies, Stalin seizes power and transforms the Soviet Union into a totalitarian.
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The World Between the Wars: 1920s- 1930s (Ch 14, S 3 & Ch 15) What political, economic, & social problems existed? What efforts were made to maintain peace.
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