Presentation on theme: "Fascist Aggression And Allied Response. A crayon, A pen or pencil, a partner and a computer, and your flow chart and World War II map. (You must sign."— Presentation transcript:
A crayon, A pen or pencil, a partner and a computer, and your flow chart and World War II map. (You must sign out the computer!)
1932-1933 Hitler secures power Go to BBC - Higher Bitesize History - Hitler's rise to PowerBBC - Higher Bitesize History - Hitler's rise to Power Record key details for identification in boxes, take “Test Bite”. Under box 1, record the numbers of the responses you got incorrect.
1. 1933-1936 BBC - Higher Bitesize History - Rhineland How and when did Hitler violate the Treaty of Versailles with troops and in the Rhineland? How did the Allies respond? Take Test Bite, record your wrong answers Color in Germany on your map—make sure you get both East and West Germany, label #1. Violations of the Treaty of Versailles
1936 2. Anti-Comintern Pact Axis Powers formed through Anti-Comintern Pact - Timelines.comAxis Powers formed through Anti-Comintern Pact - Timelines.com What is it? What was the purpose? Stripe the European signatories. Label #2. Stripes = powers allied (officially or not) with Hitler
Guernica Pablo Picasso. Guernica. 1937.News Photo.
1936-39 3. Spanish Civil War Guernica Introduction (use link to Spanish Civil War as well!)Guernica Introduction Who fought in the Spanish Civil War? Who did the Allies support? Who did Germany and Italy support? How does Guernica relate to real life events in Spain? Stripe Spain as an alliance with Hitler and Mussolini (even if it is unofficial). Label #3.
1938 4. Anschluss BBC - Higher Bitesize History – AnschlussBBC - Higher Bitesize History – Anschluss What was the Anschluss? How did Hitler make this happen? How did the foreign governments react? Do the Test Bite, record your wrong answers. #4 Color in Austria on your map (solid—it’s now part of Germany)
1938 5. Munich Conference + Munich Pact BBC - Higher Bitesize History – AppeasementBBC - Higher Bitesize History – Appeasement What area did Hitler demand in 1938? Where is it? Why did he want it? What did he promise if he got this? What policy did the Allies follow? Why? 5. Color in the area he got in 1938. Label it #5.
1939 6. Occupation of Czechoslovakia What happens next? Hitler takes all of _________________ within 6 months. Hitler marches in— Czechoslovakia held by him, or by puppet/allied leaders Allies warn Hitler— “Touch Poland? War!” 6. Color in all of Czechoslovakia and number 6.
1939 7. Mussolini invades Albania BBC - WW2 People's War – TimelineBBC - WW2 People's War – Timeline How did the Allies respond? What do the Allies want to protect? Stripe Albania. #7.
1939 8. Nazi-Soviet Pact BBC - History - World Wars: Countdown to World War Two: Monday 28 August 1939BBC - History - World Wars: Countdown to World War Two: Monday 28 August 1939 What was Hitler demanding from Britain’s diplomats? What was the “biggest diplomatic surprise of recent years?” Why do you think that Parliament was recalled? 8. Stripe Nazi-Soviet Pact
What do the Soviets get? Stripe with dotted lines as part of 8 ▫Finland ▫Lithuania ▫Estonia ▫Latvia and ▫Eastern Poland This is what the Soviet Union is promised!
September 1, 1939 9. Hitler Invades Poland Soviet Union invades from the east Warsaw falls by the end of September Blitzkrieg—lightning war Assault by land, air and often sea simultaneously 9. Color western Poland solid, eastern Poland striped (over your dotted lines)
1940 Blitzkrieg, 1940 Spring 1940— 6 months have passed, what has happened in the interim? What is this period called? Crayons ready? Color Denmark, Norway, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxemburg, Northern France
1940 Battle of Britain The National Archives Learning Curve | World War II | Western Europe | 1939-1941The National Archives Learning Curve | World War II | Western Europe | 1939-1941 While the animation plays, check your understanding and check your maps(3 minutes). What technology was used in the Battle? What is the result of the battle?