Presentation on theme: "Global Studies:3/24/2014 I/O – Examine key aspects of the “Road to WWII”: Japanese aggression in the East, and Hitler’s aggression in Europe. Key Question."— Presentation transcript:
Global Studies:3/24/2014 I/O – Examine key aspects of the “Road to WWII”: Japanese aggression in the East, and Hitler’s aggression in Europe. Key Question : (What does Hitler do, after he is appointed Chancellor and has consolidated his power,) to regain “lost territory” in Europe. Key Terms: Rhineland; Sudetenland; Lebensraum; Appeasement at Munich CCS: 2;5 Homework #4: Due Today: 25 Points/Mein Kampf. #5: Pages 788 – 798 for Wednesday. (Text Book Notes) Quiz on Wednesday on your class notes and Hmwk. notes
Propaganda Books that did not conform to Nazi beliefs were burned in mass bonfires.
Indoctrination at a young age School children joined the Hitler Youth
Anti-Semitism Hatred of Jews Nazi Ideology used anti-Semitism in Germany to gain the favor of the people.
Scapegoats Hitler blamed the failure of the German economy and loss of World War I on the Jews.
Where we are… Italy and Germany have fascists governments The Soviet Union has a totalitarian leader France, Great Britain, and the US want to keep peace and avoid war at all costs.
Global: 3/27/2015 I/O – Examine critical events leading up to the start of WWII: Japan’s Fascism and Hitler’s violations of the Treaty of Versailles Key Question: What steps were taken by Adolph Hitler to expand German Territory? Key Terms: Rhineland; Anschluss; Appeasement; Sudetenland; Kristallnacht; Nazi Soviet Non- Aggression Treaty. Hmwk #3: “25 Points/Mein Kampf” due.