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  1. Reichstag Fire
  2. Weimar Republic
  3. Mein Kampf
  4. Locarno Agreements
  5. fascism in Italy
  1. a movement born in violence
    extreme nationalists
    hate socialism/w.c. movements
    cooperate with big businesses
    mass rallies and (polit) parties
    dynamic leaders-good speakers-can get crowd going
    glorification of war
    no end goal, just all about power now/always looking at past
  2. b the Reichstag building was set on fire. Hitler blamed the communists. started the anti-communist belief. Nazis set out to kill all communists
  3. c 'My Struggle' by hitler, later became the basic book of nazi goals and ideology, reflected obsession
  4. d in 1925, these were agreements Germany had made not to breach the Versailles treaty; by entering the Rhineland, Germany breached the terms of these agreements
  5. e The new German republic the in 1921 owed 33 billion annually to the allied reparations commission. In order to recover from its severe economic issues the annual fees were reduced each year depending on the level of German economic prosperity and Germany received large loans each year from the United States.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. a war hero, was elected to be german president when he was 84 and in poor health. the nazis took full advantage of his old age. He died and was replaced by Hitler, this allowed Hitler to combine the powers of President and Chancellor to proclaim himself the Supreme head of State and Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces
  2. the award winning filmmaker achieved fame as the director of triumph of the will and a documentary of the 1936 olympics. as hitlers primary flimmaker, she produced movies that effectively promoted germany and was labeled as a promoter of hitler's propaganda. after serving a time in prison she became an award winning still photographer. she died at the age of 101 in 2003
  3. 7 March 1850 - 14 September 1937) was an Austro-Hungarian and Czechoslovak politician, sociologist and philosopher, who as an eager advocate of Czechoslovak independence during World War I became the founder and first President of Czechoslovakia. He originally wished to reform the Habsburg monarchy into a democratic federal state, but during the First World War he began to favour the abolition of the monarchy and, with the help of the Allied Powers, eventually succeeded.
  4. PART OF MADISON'S PRESIDENCY
    After the war of 1812, a lot went on in American politics: British blockade also forced New England manufacturing to BOOM, banks issued loans like crazy and land owners bought and sold frequently, farmers began to expand and get more land, "Era of Good Feelings" (only because there was just one political party- Republicans)
    This all lead to to the Panic of 1819...
  5. Plans that Joseph Stalin introduced to industrialize the Soviet Union rapidly, beginning in 1928. They set goals for the output of steel, electricity, machinery, and most other products and were enforced by the police powers of the state. (781)

5 True/False questions

  1. NSDAPNew Economic Policy, (1921) allowed capitalist ventures, state kept control of banks, foreign trade, and large industries, small businesses were allowed to reopen for private profit stopped harassing peasants for grain, and peasants held on to small plots of land and sold surplus

          

  2. Russian Civil WarPlaced the republic on the path to recovery. Declared Germany unwilling to pay reparations and issued a new currency backed by mortgages.. 1924 the parties accepted the "Dawes Plan". Economic conditions improved. Wages higher than before, America invested in iron, steel, coal.

          

  3. Kristallnacht(Night of the Broken Glass) November 9, 1938, when mobs throughout Germany destroyed Jewish property and terrorized Jews.

          

  4. HessNew Economic Policy, (1921) allowed capitalist ventures, state kept control of banks, foreign trade, and large industries, small businesses were allowed to reopen for private profit stopped harassing peasants for grain, and peasants held on to small plots of land and sold surplus

          

  5. Sherman BaldwinJanuary 4, 1793 - February 19, 1863) was an American lawyer involved in the Amistad case, who later became the 32nd Governor of Connecticut and a United States Senator.