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The nation which most wanted to handicap and weaken Germany during the Paris Peace Conferences was
Who was blamed for World War I in the Versailles Treaty with the war-guilt clause?
The major impact of the Treaty of Versailles on Germany was that the treaty led to
Having to pay reparations and german citizens being angry at the government
The harsh terms included in the treaties ending World War I have been used to explain the
What was the purpose of the League of Nations?
to have a peaceful solution to solving global controversy and to prevent another war
Many historians believe that the harsh terms found in the Treaty of Versailles helped lead to
a damaged economy and angry german citizens
The German state between 1918 and 1933 is often known as the ... Republic, drawing its name from which city?
In the 1920's and 1930's, the rise of totalitarian governments in Germany, Italy, and Spain was largely the result of
unemployment, people wanting to restore national pride and wanting Germany to be a power player.
The harsh conditions imposed by the Treaty of Versailles after World War I helped lay the foundation for the
Rise of the Nazi's
Between the Meiji Restoration and World War II, Japan tried to solve the problem of its scarcity of natural resources by
Which idea was included in the provisions of the Treaty of Versailles to show the intent of the Allies to punish the Central Powers for their role in World War II?
Reparations, War guilt clause, loss of land, loss of military
What was the greatest crisis in Germany after the Ruhr Crisis in 1923?
In Germany, the politicians that signed the Armistice ending the First World War became known as?
Why was the new Weimar Constitution introduced in August 1919 weak?
Fascism in Europe during the 1920's and 1930's is best described as a
The Great Depression led to the collapse of
the US economy followed by most of the world (Germany)
Censorship, mass arrests, and a secret police force are most characteristic of
Which policy shows that appeasement does not always prevent war?
League of Nations - giving land from Germany to Britain and France
In the 1930's, the Japanese government followed a policy of imperialism primarily to
Expand their empire and resources and dominate the pacific
What was one reason the Nazi programs and policies of the early 1930's appealed to many people in Germany?
to restore power and pride in the nation because of massive unemplyment
A representative from which nation appealed to the League of Nations to intervene when Italy invaded their country?
During the mid-1930's, which characteristic was common to Fascist Italy, Nazi Germany, and Communist Russia?
What is Lebensraum?
LIVING ROOM - spaces that the german wanted to take over for their resources
"From as early as I can remember, the Emperor was an important presence even in our remote home. He was a descendant of the gods from thousands of years before, never to be looked at or listened to by mere mortals, a presence to be revered and protected and obeyed...Finally..., my family and neighbors gathered around the radio and listened in stunned silence to the voice that had never before been heard, saying he was only human after all. Everyone was crying. I was sad and confused..."
Which event caused the Emperor to announce that he was "only human after all"?
Bombings of Japan
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