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© HarperCollins Publishers 2010 Significance Who were the Fascists and the Nazis?
© HarperCollins Publishers 2010 Significance Objectives In this activity you will: Learn what the Nazis believed.
© HarperCollins Publishers 2010 Significance Who were the Fascists? Following the end of World War I, a new political philosophy developed in Europe. It was called Fascism.
© HarperCollins Publishers 2010 Significance Who were the fascists? Italy was the first European country to embrace Fascism; in 1922, the Fascists under Mussolini took power. Fascio is Italian for a group. In 1919, it was used to describe groups that fought against communism in Italy. Fascists had no real beliefs, apart from a hatred of communism. However, over time, they came to believe: - In strong government. - That individuals were not as important as the state. - That national pride was important. - That expansion of the country was to be encouraged. - And that the leader was always correct.
© HarperCollins Publishers 2010 Significance Who were the Nazis? The beliefs of Fascism spread to Germany where they were to evolve into Nazism under Adolf Hitler. The Nazis formed in 1921 as the NSDAP.
© HarperCollins Publishers 2010 Significance What did the Nazis believe? What does this poster tell us about the Nazi Party and their beliefs?
© HarperCollins Publishers 2010 Significance What did the Nazis believe? The main ideas of Nazism are written down in Adolf Hitler’s book, Mein Kampf, written while he was in prison in 1924.
© HarperCollins Publishers 2010 Significance What did the Nazis believe? The Aryan race (blonde, blue eyed, tall, Northern Europeans) was superior. All other races were inferior and needed to be removed from Germany. The Treaty of Versailles was very unfair and needed to be ripped up. Germany needed one strong leader. Democracy did not have a place in Germany. Germans needed living space ‘Lebensraum’ in Eastern Europe for their growing population to live in. All people should be loyal and show obedience to Adolf Hitler. The state should have total control over everybody’s lives (totalitarianism).
© HarperCollins Publishers 2010 Significance Have you been learning? What is Fascism? What is Nazism? What were the main Nazi beliefs? What dangers are there in allowing a group such as the Nazis to take power? What impact do you think Fascism might have on Europe in the 1920s and 1930s? Is Fascism still significant today?
Adolf Hitler. Nation Hitler ruled over Germany. Hitler ruled over Germany. Germany was going through the Great Depression. Germany was going through the.
On the class Calendar.. SSWH17 I will be able to identify the major political and economic factors that shaped world societies between World War I and.
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,
Fascism Rises in Europe In response to political turmoil and economic crises, Italy and Germany turn to totalitarian dictators. Ch
THE RISE OF FASCISM ADOLF HITLER FASCIST LEADER OF GERMNAY BENITO MUSSOLINI FASCIST LEADER OF ITALY.
E. Napp Fascism In this lesson, students will be able to define the following terms: Fascism Militarism Anti-Semitism Racism Social Darwinism.
Fascism Rises in Europe Faith Lost Countries lose faith in democracy because of worldwide depression – Turn to extremism.
Homework IW #4 due Monday. Test on the Inter-War Years ( ) Wednesday.
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.
The Rise of Dictators and Military States Journal Entry—What do you think might lead people to end up supporting a dictator? Write at least four lines.
Rise of Fascism. 3 Causes of Fascism 1.Rise of Communism 2.Treaty of Versailles 3.Great Depression Fascism is a political system with A strong dictator.
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.
II. Fascism in Europe. A. Rise of Mussolini Italy was upset that they did not gain more land after WWI Also had high inflation and high unemployment Wanted.
1. What did France do when Germany ran out of $ for reparation payments? 2. What was the Dawes Plan? 3. What was the Kellogg-Briand Pact? 4. List three.
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.
Fascism EQ: How did fascism in Europe contribute to WWII?
World War II Looms. I. Nationalism Threatens Europe & Asia A.Failure to WWI Peace 1. Treaty of Versailles didn’t create peace -Germans were blamed 2.
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Coach Smith KEY TERMS FASCISM MILITARISM ANTI-SEMITISM RACISM SOCIAL DARWINISM AIM: WHY DID FASCISM DEVELOP IN IN ITALY AND GERMANY?
New Leaders and New Ideas in Europe during the 1930s.
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.
World War II Causes of the War. What you will learn In Europe – Shortcoming of Treaty of Versailles – Rise of Dictators in Europe – Fascists in Italy.
Dictators Threaten World Peace. I. Nationalism Grips Europe and Asia A. Failure of Treaty of Versailles –1. German resentment to the Allies. –2. Democracy.
Hitler and Stalin Fascism and Communism. WEIMAR REPUBLIC RULES GERMANY The victors installed many new democratic governments in Europe after World War.
Pre-World War II By the end of today… - Who were the antidemocratic (dictators) in charge of Europe?
(Rise of Nazis, Hitler becomes Chancellor, The Fuhrer is Supreme, War on Jews, Fall to Dictators)
AMERICA AND THE WORLD A World In Flames. Introduction After WWI Europe was unstable. The World, not just the United States, was trying to escape the Great.
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.
How did WWI begin in Europe? › Who made up the Triple Alliance? › Who made up the Triple Entente? Why was it called the “war to end all wars”? › What.
16.1 Dictators Threaten World Peace. Nationalism Threatens Europe and Asia Failures of the World War I peace settlement: Failures of the World War I peace.
The Rise of Fascism Hirohito Mussolini Hitler SSWH17.C.
Fascism Rises in Europe. Fascism Fascism is a militant political movement that emphasized loyalty to the state and obedience to its leader. They promised.
IF WWI was the “war to end all wars,” what was WWII? ~ 60 million people were killed in WWII.
Discussion What do you know about Adolf Hitler and Nazism?
Fascism Rises in Europe Section 3 Ch.31. Fascism a militant political movement that emphasizes loyalty to the state and obedience to its leader. Fascists.
Vocabulary Breakdown In the glossary: Fourteen Points Self-determination Treaty of Versailles League of Nations Theory of relativity Existentialism Surrealism.
Rise of Totalitarian Regimes. Totalitarianism People are forced to do what the government tells them prevent from leaving the country Seeks to control.
Friday 3/7/2012 Take your seat Begin Warm-Up Warm – Up Many people were unhappy with the economic situations of their countries and democratic governments.
DICTATORS THREATEN WORLD PEACE. Joseph “man of steel” Stalin and the Soviet Union succeeded Vladimir Lenin as leader of USSR in 1924 communism revolves.
The Rise of Dictatorships. Dictatorship in Italy In the wake of World War I dictatorships or totalitarian government stared to spread throughout Europe.
RISE OF DICTATORS AND RADICAL REGIMES. Totalitarianism New form of dictatorship Totalitarian State Government controls all social, economic, and.
FASCISM RISES IN EUROPE 15.3 MRS. STOFFL. SETTING THE STAGE Many were losing faith in democracies due to the depression and widespread hunger + unemployment.
Anticipatory Set Imagine you are a German in 1930, discuss with your neighbor which candidate would you vote for and why Candidate A Remember Germany’s.
Reconstruction and Prosperity The world experienced a short recession immediately following World War I The later 1920’s were generally a period of.
Dictators Threaten World Peace Ch Failures of WWI Peace Settlement The Treaty of Versailles blamed Germany for starting WWI. Germany was stripped.
Patriotism – love of one’s country Patriotism – love of one’s country A strong feeling of pride in and devotion to one’s country. A strong feeling of.
Chapter 26 Section 1 The Road to War. The Rise of Dictators Germany- Adolf Hitler Italy- Benito Mussolini Soviet Union-Joseph Stalin A dictator is a person.
ITALY, GERMANY, SPAIN. FascismBothCommunism Believe in social classesDictatorsWant classless society NationalistsOne-party politicsInternationalists No.
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