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CHAPTER 28 Section 1:The Postwar Era Section 2:Postwar Prosperity Crumbles Section 3:Political Tensions After World War I Section 4: Fascist Dictatorships.

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1 CHAPTER 28 Section 1:The Postwar Era Section 2:Postwar Prosperity Crumbles Section 3:Political Tensions After World War I Section 4: Fascist Dictatorships in Italy and Germany Section 5: Dictatorship in the Soviet Union The Great Depression and the Rise of Totalitarianism

2 SECTION 1 Question: What were some developments in science and art in the post World War I era? The Postwar Era

3 SECTION 1 The Postwar Era Science and Art in the Postwar Era CausesEffect Freudian psychology helped people understand the devastation of World War I surrealism combined conscious and unconscious to portray life in a dreamlike way functionalism buildings designed for particular use instead of following style

4 SECTION 2 Question: What economic weaknesses led to the Great Depression? Postwar Prosperity Crumbles

5 SECTION 2 Postwar Prosperity Crumbles panic selling of stocks high stock prices buying stocks run on the banks stock market crash bank closures financial ruin for many worldwide bank failures defensive international trading practices global depression easy credit

6 Israel and the Occupied Territories SECTION 3 Question: What problems did the war cause in postwar France? Political Tensions After World War I

7 SECTION 3 Political Tensions After World War I physical destruction war debt defense costs France: World War I

8 SECTION 4 Question: Why did people embrace totalitarianism? Fascist Dictatorships in Italy and Germany

9 SECTION 4 Fascist Dictatorships in Italy and Germany Reasons People Embraced Totalitarianism ItalyGermany international turmoil weak government crippled economy dreams of former glory restoration of order Mussolini Hitler

10 SECTION 5 Question: What were some of the problems faced by the new Soviet Union? Dictatorship in the Soviet Union

11 SECTION 5 Dictatorship in the Soviet Union Problems of the New Soviet Union ProblemResults near economic collapse in 1921 moderately successful agriculture failed: famine resulted power struggle between Trotsky and Stalin Stalin emerged as victor Attempted Solution no increase in consumer goods or food industry continued growing, but the people starved little economic growth succeeded in reviving industry somewhat Lenin’s New Economic Policy allowed some free enterprise collective farms savage and brutal competition second Five- Year Plan Stalin’s first Five-Year Plan

12 Chapter Wrap-Up CHAPTER 28 1.Why did western European nations and the United States fail to respond to Germany’s violations of the Treaty of Versailles? 2.How did Hitler use Germany’s democratic system to gain control over the country? 3.How did the work of Freud and Einstein influence culture during the 1920s? 1.Why did western European nations and the United States fail to respond to Germany’s violations of the Treaty of Versailles? 2.How did Hitler use Germany’s democratic system to gain control over the country? 3.How did the work of Freud and Einstein influence culture during the 1920s?


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