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World War II and Post-War Europe

World War II and Post-War Europe

World War II and Post-War Europe. -Key Concepts-. I. Hitler’s Foreign Policy Goals. Made clear in Mein Kampf --The Third Reich More than just a revision of the Treaty of Versailles The need for “lebensraum” The vast spaces of Russia were his target.

By Mia_John
(335 views)

The Road to WWII

The Road to WWII

Japan. Italy. Spain. United States. The Road to WWII. USSR. Germany. Munich Conference. Pacts. Japan. 1910 Japan annexes Korea Utilize its iron ore & natural resources Invasion of Manchuria (China’s Northeastern Province)

By Albert_Lan
(308 views)

The Diary of Anne Frank

The Diary of Anne Frank

The Diary of Anne Frank. Review/Discussion. Hitler. Hitler had a tragic childhood, losing his family at an early age He was denied admission to art school in Vienna. Hitler tried to escape the draft for WWI. As a result, he was imprisoned for 5 years. Hitler’s Rise to Power.

By emily
(332 views)

Nazi Ideas about Race and Religion

Nazi Ideas about Race and Religion

Nazi Ideas about Race and Religion. Nazi Germany. This icon indicates the slide contains activities created in Flash. These activities are not editable. For more detailed instructions, see the Getting Started presentation. What we will learn today.

By lotus
(486 views)

Why did the Weimar Republic Survive 1919 – 1923?

Why did the Weimar Republic Survive 1919 – 1923?

Why did the Weimar Republic Survive 1919 – 1923?. Did the Weimar Government stand a chance? Which of the following posed the greatest threat to Democracy taking root in Germany: Place them in an order of greatest threat to democracy: Limited Nature of the 1918 German Revolution

By Anita
(575 views)

Hitler’s Rise to Power

Hitler’s Rise to Power

Hitler’s Rise to Power. A little background. Wanted to be an artist – father wanted him in public service After father died – he dropped out of high school tried to get into an art academy – denied WWI veteran Was a victim of mustard gas. Origins of the Nazi Party.

By benjamin
(189 views)

Homework Year 9

Homework Year 9

Homework Year 9. Summer 1. Week 1 – The Nazi Dictatorship. Why could the Nazis no longer be ignored in 1932? Why were the Nazis so popular? What did Hindenburg decide to do? How did the Reichstag Fire change Hitler’s position? What did the Enabling Act do?

By betty_james
(327 views)

CHAPTER 16 WORLD WAR LOOMS

CHAPTER 16 WORLD WAR LOOMS

CHAPTER 16 WORLD WAR LOOMS. MR. ALLEN. The rise of rulers with total power in Europe and Asia led to WW2 Dictators of the 30s and 40s have made world leaders especially watchful for the actions of dictators today. SECTION 16.1 DICTATORS THREATEN WORLD PEACE.

By libitha
(496 views)

Unit 12 The Great Depression and World War II 1929—1945

Unit 12 The Great Depression and World War II 1929—1945

Unit 12 The Great Depression and World War II 1929—1945. 1. What is impressive about this scene? 2. What is the importance of the parade, and how does it illustrate Nazi values?. I. The Great Depression A. Economic Disaster Strikes

By bernad
(373 views)

Nazi Propaganda

Nazi Propaganda

Nazi Propaganda. https://www.thoughtco.com/hitlers-rise-to-power-timeline-1221353.

By rania
(354 views)

Hitler and Nazi Germany

Hitler and Nazi Germany

Hitler and Nazi Germany. History of Discrimination. Middle Ages *Christian Europe *Ghettos *Jewish Myths Black Death From 1349-1390- many Jewish communities almost disappeared *Usury- providing loans with interest. Hitler’s Background. Born: April 20 1889

By zeke
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Across Five Aprils

Across Five Aprils

Across Five Aprils. Chapter 4 vocabulary. capitulation. Some generals may be willing to surrender, but U.S. Grant was known for not settling for terms of capitulation .

By Thomas
(472 views)

World War II

World War II

World War II. The Nature of Public Opinion. I. Two Theories of Public Opinion. The Moody Public People are uninformed and uninterested in politics. Public Perceives High Levels of Aid. Public Perceives High Levels of Aid.

By kita
(188 views)

The jewels of world war 2.

The jewels of world war 2.

The jewels of world war 2. Story of Anne from the [ Diary Of a young girl.]. A intro………. The Nazism started in 1919-1920. Adolf Hitler the leader of the Nazis, wanted the Germany ruling the whole world. A impossible dream of world domination.

By brandie
(94 views)

THE ROAD TO WORLD WAR II

THE ROAD TO WORLD WAR II

THE ROAD TO WORLD WAR II. Adolf Hitler. His main goal was to unify the entire German-speaking world (Volk). His focus would include Austria and regions inhabited by the Slavs, a lesser people. Lebensraum. Germans needed more living space

By adamdaniel
(136 views)

Final Revision Part Ten

Final Revision Part Ten

Final Revision Part Ten. Christians believe that Jesus promised eternal life for all who believe in him. He is the giver of eternal life. This is why Christians do not need to fear death. The Resurrection is a moment of rejoicing because death is no more….

By warrick
(101 views)

Nazi Germany

Nazi Germany

Nazi Germany. Keeping Control: Terror State. By Mr RJ Huggins www.SchoolHistory.co.uk. Key Quote. “Terror is the best political weapon for nothing drives people harder than a fear of sudden death.”. The Terror State. Propaganda.

By signa
(436 views)

Turmoil And Tragedy: Steps to War

Turmoil And Tragedy: Steps to War

Turmoil And Tragedy: Steps to War. Aggressive Nationalism in Japan Spanish Civil War Germany + Appeasement. Causes of WWII in Europe: Nazi Germany. The causes of WWII in Europe began in 1919 (Treaty of Versailles, Failure of Collective Security) and during the Great Depression .

By almira
(104 views)

Preview Starting Points Map: Europe, 1930s Main Idea / Reading Focus Germany Expands

Preview Starting Points Map: Europe, 1930s Main Idea / Reading Focus Germany Expands

Preview Starting Points Map: Europe, 1930s Main Idea / Reading Focus Germany Expands Map: Axis Advances Alliances and Civil War. Axis Aggression. Preview, continued The War Begins Faces of History: Winston Churchill Japan Attacks. Axis Aggression. Axis Aggression. Main Idea

By kiona
(161 views)

Module 11

Module 11

Module 11. Lesson 1 – War Breaks Out. C. Key Terms & People. a. Joseph Stalin. After Lenin’s death in the U.S.S.R. (Soviet Union), Joseph Stalin took over His last name literally means, ‘man of steel’

By vian
(271 views)

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