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  1. Bell Activity: • Grab your clicker from back table (log in) • Take out the activity sheet from yesterday • Absent yesterday? Take the activity sheet from back table next to the bag of clickers **Review After School **Test Monday and Tuesday (DBQ Essay)

  2. Classroom: -Complete the similarities and differences sheet on totalitarian leaders -Drag and drop answers onto board Computer Lab: -Log onto Global Wiki www.eberhartglobal.wikispaces.com -Use the links on the Hitler page to fill in organizer Activities Directions: Closure: -Last 10 minutes of class, gather in classroom to answer 5 questions using the CPS clickers.

  3. Classroom Activity

  4. Please Grab your clicker from back- open notes to page 3 Candidate #1 -Remember Germany’s long and glorious past -Our present leadership is indecisive; we need a strong, effective leader -Rebuild the army to protect against enemies -Regain the lands taken unfairly from us -Make sacrifices to return to economic health -Put the welfare of the state above all, and our country will be a great power Candidate #2 -There are no simple or quick Solutions -Put people back to work; recovery is slow -Provide for the poor, elderly, and sick -Avoid reckless military Spending -Act responsible to safeguard democracy -Be a good neighbor country; honor our debts and treaty commitments

  5. Global Studies II Inner War Europe Asia

  6. MAIN LOBBY INNER WAR ITALY MUSSOLINI GERMANY HITLER USSR STALIN

  7. MOVIE THEATER HITLER EXHIBIT BACK TO MAIN LOBBY

  8. The Weimer Republic • Weimer abdicated before end of WWI • Parliamentary system led by a chancellor (prime minister) • Bill of rights, women could vote

  9. Struggles of Weimer Republic • Hated the Versailles Treaty • Scapegoats blamed Jews for economic problems

  10. Economic Collapse • Fell behind debt payments • Economic instability • Printed huge amounts of paper money  led to inflation

  11. Adolf Hitler • Mein Kampf wrote in prison for treason • Nationalism, racism, and anti-Semitism • “Superior race” Aryan race • Jews were greatest enemies

  12. Rise of Hitler • Great Depression- unemployment high • Promised to end reparations, create jobs, and create an army • 1933- elected chancellor

  13. Hitler’s 3rd Reich • System of terror, repression, and totalitarian rule • SS troops, Gestapo took away opposition • Launched public works programs, increased his military http://snyderstreasures.com/albums/ss/SS_Troops3.sized.jpg

  14. Hitler’s Social Policy • “Hitler youth” • Women rewarded for having many children • One single state Protestant Church • Burned books that they disapproved of http://www.calvin.edu/academic/cas/gpa/images/pimpf/dp4-38.jpg

  15. BACK TO HOME PAGE Against the Jews • Nuremberg Laws restrictions on Jews • Jews couldn’t marry non-Jews • Couldn’t hold government jobs, teach, or practice law or medicine • Kristallnacht “night of broken glass” http://cowo.culham.ac.uk/assemblies/oht_lib/magen_david.jpg

  16. Censorship and gov’t control of news Dictator/Blind Loyalty to leader Imperialism/ Expansion FASCISM Nationalism Violence and Terror Anti-Communist

  17. STALIN EXHIBIT MOVIE THEATER BACK TO MAIN LOBBY

  18. Bell Activity- Answer the following on a separate sheet of paper… • What happened during WWI that led to Russia making a peace agreement? • Who was the leader of this change? • What was his revolutionary groups name? • What type of government did Russia become as a result? • Mr. Eberhart

  19. USSR-Stalin http://incolor.inetnebr.com/legato/Art%20Scans/Mods/PAX/*Concept%20Art*/Misc/Flags/ussr.jpg

  20. Lenin Dies • 1924- Lenin dies • Body is preserved • Put on display in Red Square for over 65 years http://www.archontology.org/images/ussr/lenin.jpg

  21. 5-Year Plans- Industrialize

  22. Stalin’s 5 Year Plans 1. What pattern do you see for the output of electricity and industry? 2. Would you consider this an achievement or disappointment?

  23. Policies Under Stalin • Collectives state ran or group operated farms • Peasants forced to give up their land to the state • State set the prices and controlled all farm supplies

  24. Collectives- Peasants work land together

  25. Peasants React to Collectives • Peasants killed farm animals, destroyed tools, and burned crops • Kulaks wealthy peasants who were killed or sent to labor camps by Stalin • 5-8 million in Ukraine died (hunger)

  26. The Great Purge • Those who plotted against him • Failure to meet production quotas • Secret police 4 million were purged during this time

  27. Totalitarian State • Totalitarian state one-party dictatorship that regulate all aspects of life • Terror, secret police, censorship, purges • Atheism official state policy http://www.amarcord.be/georgia/jpg/stalin001.jpg

  28. How to Spread Obedience? • Propaganda radios, loudspeakers, movies, schools spread evils of capitalism • Great Purge- 1937-1938 • Killed opponents and citizens, labor camps www.flickr.com

  29. Social Benefits • Free education, medical care, day care for children, and inexpensive housing • Women gained many rights under Stalin

  30. MUSSOLINI EXHIBIT MOVIE THEATER BACK TO MAIN LOBBY

  31. Italy- Benito Mussolini Global II http://www.crwflags.com/fotw/images/c/ch-sg.gif

  32. Rise of Mussolini • Italy upset with Treaty of Versailles • Unemployment • High taxes, trade declined http://www.bc-enschede.nl/wenglish/grassroots/evildictators/ 3tl2/driessen_vdberg/mussolini.gif

  33. Fasces • Promised to end corruption • Good speaker • Black shirts intimidation and terror ousted political opponents http://home.intekom.com/southafricanhistoryonline/pages/ classroom/pages/projects/grade11/lesson6/graphics/Fasces.jpg

  34. March on Rome • Demanded gov’t make changes • King Victor Emmanuel II asked Mussolini to become Prime Minister http://www.all-sciencefair-projects.com/science_fair_projects_ encyclopedia/upload/9/9c/Victor_Emmanuel_III_of_Italy.jpg -

  35. Il Duce “The Leader” • Rigged elections, censored the press, gave Fascists jobs • Dictatorship held by terror • Secret police and propaganda helped the regime http://illuminations.berkeley.edu/images/Mussolini-poster.jpg

  36. Nationalism • “Believe! Obey! Fight!” • Women were given a medal if they had more than 14 children • Young people were a major part of the Italy’s nationalism http://comandosupremo.com/catalog/2large.jpg

  37. Fascism? Say What • Authoritarian government that is not communist • Extreme nationalism • Loyalty to state, not individual • Anti-democratic, foreign expansion http://www.arikah.net/encyclopedia/images/thumb/b/bc/180px-Fascist_Italy_flag.png

  38. Fascism Vs. Communism (differences)

  39. Totalitarian Rule Features of a totalitarian state: • Single-party dictatorship • State control of economy • Secret police/terror • Strict censorship • Use of schools and media • Unquestionable obedience to leader

  40. MAIN LOBBY MAO CHINA GANDHI INDIA

  41. MOVIE THEATER MAO EXHIBIT BACK TO MAIN LOBBY

  42. China Global II www.aerogo.com

  43. Chinese Republic • President Sun Yixian • Rival armies battled for power and peasants suffered • Japan got territories lost by Germans in China www.europa-universalis.com

  44. Jiang Jieshi (Chiang Kai-shek) • Replaced Sun in 1925 • Wanted to crush warlords • Killed the communists on the way to Beijing • Started a 22 year civil war www.flickr.com