Ways of the World: Chapter 20: Collapse at the Center; World War, Depression, and the Rebalancing of Global Power
By Jacob Ooton and Alain Estrada
Terms in this set (18)
World War I
other wise known as the great war,lead to the economic meltdown for the great depression this brought rise to nazi power (1914-1918)
Treaty of Versailles
this ended world war 1 in 1919 germany lost colonial empire and 15% of european lands. This required germany to pay heavy reparations to victors.
By woodrow wilson in paris 1919. This brought international life based on moral prinicipals rather than imperialsts machinations
challenged the goverments of capitolist countries and thought money would correct itself. And lead out of depression 30 percent of america unemployed from 1929-1942
New and experimental combination of reforms attempting to restart economy implemented by Franklin Roosevelt 1933-1942
Ideas were from the teachings of john maynard keynes
between 1919 and 1945 new political idea expressed across europe notionalistic ideas a rather violent form of society and put total praise in a charsimatic leader (good examples) Hitler and Mussolini
1949; A group of states formed in case another form of aggression arose; giant leap in rebuilding the European economy; mainly concerned with preventing a possible Russian invasion
with the help of a private army and the black shirts he came to power in 1922 promising communism intertwined with democratic rule tore Italy in two for and against communism typically business owners
Almost similar to Italy Hitler used Charisma and a secret group to bring the nazi party to power this group openly advocated violence and was the main cause to Germany's economic downfall in 1923
Leader of Germany from 1933-1945. Leader of NAZI Party. Blamed Jews for all of Germany troubles.
1930-1945; Radical nationalist societies different from other radical European parties because there was no single encompassing group; young Japanese men yearned for the return of the imperial rule of the emperor
World War II in Asia
Key player: Japan (axis); Japanese Imperialism conquered Chinese territory such as Manchuria; resolve by the United States with total war (nuclear bombing)
World War II in Europe
Axis: Germany, Italy, USSR; Allies: Great Britain, USSR, (fighting in: USA), "big three"; Struggle to save the old world, and especially to keep Hitler out of Russia
Entire populations became involved in the war through every day tasks; food rationing, special taxes to accommodate for war efforts, as seen in stereotypical WWII posters
Genocide; policy by Hitler that constituted the mass killings of the undesirables; paved the way for Zionism; not limited to Nazi Germany: formed all around the world
she was a witness of the Holocaust, a Jew that went from her life of love and tutoring to being sent to a camp along with all of the other Jews and was gassed with her family. Her diary that she kept during this time gives us a chance to experience and learn about the Holocaust more
European Economic Community
Common market; Early stages of the European Union; reduced tarrifs between European nations in effort to rebuild the economies of the states
It offered all European nations, including the Soviet Union, generous funding to rebuild their economies as long as the money was spent on goods made in the United States. The plan appealed to many U.S. leaders. Those who supported it hoped to promote democracy in Europe and oppose the spread of communism, thus reinforcing the Truman Doctrine and the policy of containment. They also wanted to open markets for American goods and further boost the economy of the United States.
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