term applied to the aggresive build up of military forces and aggressive foreign policy action, often leading to war
the German form of Fascism—a totalitarian movement (militant, nationalist, socialist, racist) that took power "legally" in Germany in 1933, by 1940 controlled most of Europe
Communism (& Marxism & Leninism & Stalinism)
names for different aspects of the social/economic/political philosophy based on the ideas of Karl Marx—that the working classes would, country by country, lead a worldwide violent overthrow of "capitalism"
"super-patriotism"—strong, sometimes emotional-to-the-point-of-mindless devotion to one's country--
term for "weak" political policy of giving in to such political bullies as Mussolini and Hitler —"backing down," in the hopes that they'll be satisfied, and leave you alone