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International Relations in the 20th Century

International Relations in the 20th Century

International Relations in the 20th Century. 24 Part 1: Peace and War in Europe, 1920–45. WHAT YOU WILL LEARN At the end of this chapter you should understand ... What happened at the Paris Peace Conference. How the League of Nations operated.

By betty_james
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International Relations in the 20th Century

International Relations in the 20th Century

International Relations in the 20th Century. 24 Part 1: Peace and War in Europe, 1920–45. WHAT YOU WILL LEARN At the end of this chapter you should understand ... What happened at the Paris Peace Conference. How the League of Nations operated.

By kendall
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Warm Up # 9

Warm Up # 9

Warm Up # 9. Do you feel that your opinions were reacted fairly during the simulation? I What went well? What was difficult?. Treaty of Versailles. Workbook pg. 17. Essential Questions. How did the Treaty of Versailles have lasting affects on the world?. Versailles Conference.

By merrill
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Justified?

Justified?

Justified?. Germany had not been allowed to attend the Treaty negotiations or the armistice Referred to the TOV as Diktat (Dictated Peace) Forced to accept the TOV regardless of their feelings Signed what they called “forced or dishonorable peace”.

By livi
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Hitler’s Foreign Policy

Hitler’s Foreign Policy

Hitler’s Foreign Policy. The Munich Crisis and the question of appeasement. By Mr Osborne www.SchoolHistory.co.uk. Hitler’s Foreign Policy was built on three aims. To reverse the Treaty of Versailles To create a “Greater Germany” by uniting all German speaking people

By abrial
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World War I

World War I

World War I. The War to End All Wars…….Until World War II. M. A. I. N. Causes for the War. M ilitarism - Build up of military (mobilization) Countries begin to compete against each other for the biggest army Better to attack first than be attacked. M. A. I. N. Causes for the War.

By clea
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Peacemaking: Military Provisions

Peacemaking: Military Provisions

Peacemaking: Military Provisions. Treaty of Versailles German Army limited to 100,000 soldiers German Navy limited to 6 warships No submarines permitted No air force permitted. Lloyd George, Orlando, Clemenceau, and Wilson meet at Versailles. Peacemaking: Territorial Provisions.

By tazanna
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Paris Peace Settlements

Paris Peace Settlements

Paris Peace Settlements. Sean Corcoran and Christine Shin. Versailles. Creation of the League of Nations Germany must concede Eupen-Malmédy to Belgium, the Hultschin district to Czechoslovakia, and Poznan, West Prussia and Upper Silesia to Poland.

By jesimae
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The Treaty of Versailles & Interwar Germany

The Treaty of Versailles & Interwar Germany

The Treaty of Versailles & Interwar Germany. How did WWI, the Treaty of Versailles, and the Great Depression affect the German people?. The Treaty of Versailles. The Five Key Clauses: The War Guilt Clause (Article 231) The Reparations Clause (Article 232) The Mandates Clause (Article 22)

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Political Effects of WWI

Political Effects of WWI

Political Effects of WWI. Political Effects During WWI - Russian Revolution. Russia even before the outbreak of war had been facing serious social problems There were widespread peasant revolts, strikes, and widespread poverty and hunger in the countryside

By talisa
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The Treaty of Versailles

The Treaty of Versailles

The Treaty of Versailles. ‘The Kaiser has abdicated. Abdication of the Crown Prince. Ebert becomes Chancellor.’. How and why did the ‘Big Three’ want to punish Germany?. After reading this source, how do you think the Germans felt at the end of World War One?.

By nara
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IB History 2: 20 th Century World History

IB History 2: 20 th Century World History

IB History 2: 20 th Century World History. The Year in Review …. The 20 th Century. The 20th century of the Common Era began on January 1, 1901 and ended on December 31, 2000, according to the Gregorian calendar. Punctuate the following:. woman without her man is nothing.

By shakti
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Rise of Dictators

Rise of Dictators

Rise of Dictators. Path to War. Japan’s Expansion in Asia heavily depended on foreign sources on raw material  Island Nation 1931 – 1933 Japanese military invades and conquers Chinese province of Manchuria , claimed it an independent state Set up a puppet ruler

By emera
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Europe After WWI

Europe After WWI

Europe After WWI. Peace, Depression, and Hitler. World Wide Casualties. Allies. Central Powers.

By sandro
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The Failure of the League of Nations, Growth of Hitler and instability in Europe 1930-1939.

The Failure of the League of Nations, Growth of Hitler and instability in Europe 1930-1939.

The Failure of the League of Nations, Growth of Hitler and instability in Europe 1930-1939. Learning Objectives : (I need to leave lesson confidently knowing….) What were Hitler’s foreign policy aims and how far did he achieve them?

By ethel
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The War Ends!

The War Ends!

The War Ends!. WORLD WAR I. America was finally in – Europeans celebrated in France and England Mobilization in the U.S. 4 million men enter military service 2 million went to France 1.4 million saw combat 56,000 died in combat 58,000 died of disease. U.S. Entry Breaks the Stalemate.

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The Treaty of Versailles

The Treaty of Versailles

The Treaty of Versailles. Create in 1919 in Versailles, France. How and why did the ‘Big Three’ want to punish Germany?. Aims of this Lesson. To find out: What members of the public in allied countries thought of the Germans in 1918 The terms of the Treaty of Versailles

By vince
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MONDAY

MONDAY

If you don’t bring 1 you can’t participate . MONDAY. DON’T FORGET!!!! orange , lemon , lime or grapefruit due TOMORROW WW1 Unit Test Friday. Current Events Review HW “Failed Peace” last set of notes for the unit!!! TODAY: ORGANIZE YOUR LIVES!!! A: “failed peace” notes

By chuong
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The Aftermath of World War I

The Aftermath of World War I

The Aftermath of World War I. Nationalism, Imperialism, and World War I. The Paris Peace Conference (1919). Believing that President Wilson’s offer would be the basis of the peace settlement, Germans agreed to end the war and overthrow the Kaiser.

By joella
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Do Now:

Do Now:

Do Now:. Think back to our reading of “All Quiet on the Western Front.” How do you think German soldiers in WWI would have felt after returning to Germany?. Review: The Treaty of Versailles. Think L.A.M.B.

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