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A political movement that emphasized loyalty to the state and obedience to its leader- An extreme form of nationalism.
March on Rome(1922) King let them take over
The rise of Fascists in Italy: what event happened?
Franco and the Nationalists Republicans
1930s Civil war of Spain:
________ vs. _______
Nationalist or Republicans- who is more towards democracy
Germany sends military help to ______ which they shouldn't
The Spain Civil War results in
Spain had military alliance with ____ and ______ in 1936: League of nations did nothing
Who was blamed for everything in WWI.
1 Recovering from WWI 2 Blame the Weimar Republic 3 Nazi became more powerful
Germany 1920s/1930s society
No military activities Gigantic debts
Effect of Treaty of Versailles on Germany:
Mein Kampf (=my struggle)
The book Hitler wrote during his 9 months service.
Mein Kampf: Who did Hitler rely on to write- trying to make it his case as why Germany needs to go to war.
1 Overturn the treaty of Versailles 2 Combat communism
Goals of the Nazi party:
When did Hitler join NAZI
Symbol of NAZI
Hitler's own personal army called:
Storm troopers brownshirts
Private Militia's names
March on Berlin
How did Nazi attempted to seize power
Because of a sympathetic judge, Hitler served for ___ months
By 1933- Nazi party takes full control with _____ as president (Totalitarian State)
dictatorship assemble power
Catholic Church vs. Nazis:
The Church could not agree with the _______. It may be a place for people to _______ _______. It's not supposed to make the leader Godlike.
Instability military dictatorship
Rise of Japan: _______ leads to ______ ______ in 1930s.
Spain, China, Korea
Japanese Expansion: Looking at
_____ Military agreement with Italy and Germany- 1936
Worldwide struggling with financial issues
Economic issues for countries- Post WWI:
Making concessions to an aggressor to preserve peace. Britain and France based on this policy when Germany demanded to annex Sudetenland.
Lightning war- Germany technique, take over as fast as possible
At the annual party rally held in 1935, the Nazis announced new laws which excluded German Jews from Reich citizenship and prohibited them from marrying or having sexual relations with "Germans
Britain, France, Germany and Italy met when Germany demanded to annex Sudetenland. Hitler agreed to occupy the Sudetenland as the "last territorial demand in Europe"; the four nations signed the "same name Pact". Germany broke the pact and annexed Czechoslovakia on March 16.
Victory in Europe
VE Day=__________ : The day before, Hitler's successor signed an unconditional surrender for Germany to the Allies.
US enters war on Dec 8, 1941 because _____ _____ was bombed on Dec 7)
island hopping skies waters
U.S. Strategy in the Pacific War was "______"
Key was to establish control over the ____ and ___ of southeast Asia.
"Big Three" met to discuss the end of WWII. Feb 4-11, 1945.
Hiroshima Little Boy
US dropped the world's first atomic bomb in _________ , nickname- "______", on Aug 6, 1945.
Nagasaki Fat Man
Second atomic bomb in _______, "________", on Aug 8, 1945.
Victory in Asia
Japan surrendered on Aug 14, 1945. On Sept 2, General Douglas Macarthur officially accepted the surrender. WWII was officially over.
When: WWII begins in Asia (Pacific).
WWII begins in Europe (Invasion of Poland).
U.S. enters war (Pearl Harbor bombed).
WWII ends in Europe (VE Day).
WWII ends in Asia (2 Atomic Bombs, surrender officially on 9/2)
The Allied launched an invasion of the German-occupied Normandy coast of France. D-Day
Operation: Germany- USSR
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