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Former supporter of Lenin, he was exiled by Stalin from the USSR, then later assassinated by him in 1940
The military wing of Irish Nationalism that were regarded as terrorists by British authorities
Irish Republican Army
Responsible for the five-year plans, collectivization, and the Great Purges
A WWI veteran and the man responsible for inviting to join the government
Paul Von Hindenburg
Responsible for the NEP, "War Communism," and Comintern
World War I veteran appointed by Hitler to head up the SA of the Nazi Party in the 1920's, he later died in the "Night of Long Knives."
The British Political Party controlled by Socialists who come to power in the 1920's, they were invited by the King of England to join the government.
Labour Party (Britain)
The first Socialist prime minister of Great Britain.
This German chancellor turned foreign minister achieved French withdrawal from the Ruhr but also got Germany in the League of Nations.
The Political Wing of Irish Nationalism.
Leon Trotsky's military forces were opposed by the:
The New Economic Policy was devised by:
The third international campaign devised by Lenin in 1919, changed the name of the European socialist movement to:
Following Lenin's death, Trotsky competed with STalin for control of the Soviet government by calling for:
A transition to rapid industrialization and expansion of comintern
Joseph Stalin gained power by virtue of his:
Knowledge of international party workings
Which adjective could NOT be applied to Mussolini's fascist government?
Mussolini's success can NOT be attributed to:
His ability to charm his rivals
Mussolini's Lateran Accord of 1929 established that:
The pope was the ruler of the independent Vatican City
France formed a pact with which three eastern European countries, known as the Little Entente?
Czechoslovakia, Romania, and Yugoslavia
The "Blue Horizon Chamber" refers to what political character of France's Chamber of Deputies?
In 1923 french forces occupied this german region in an attempt to force germany to make reparations for world war I
in 1926, a general strike occurred for 9 days in great britain after the following labor group started a strike that soon found sympathetic workers in other trades
in 1923, an armed insurrection took place in munich, calling for the overthrow of the weimar republic, the insurrection is also referred to as the
Beer hall putsch
Chancellor and foreign minister gustav stresemann
Made internal economic recovery and improving germany's international reputation his main goals
the " spirit of locarno" was a term used to describe
The attitude toward diplomacy after france and germany signed the treaty of locarno in 1925
IN 1924 this plan reorganized the administration & transfer of reparations, which, in turn, smoothed the debt repayments to the United States:
One result of the economic crisis of the depression was the emergence of a body of economic thought first set forth in 1936 in general theory of employment, interest, & money by:
John Maynard Keynes
Adolf Hitler became chancellor of Germany:
by legal means
the suspending of civil liberties & arrests of communists or alleged communists was a direct result of:
The Reichstag fire
The 1935 Nuremberg Laws:
stripped German Jews of their citizenship
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