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Launch List 1. Copy New Objectives 2. Copy New Homework 3. Have Guided reading from Friday out Slide 2 1. Identify the dictators of Germany, Italy and the Soviet Union (2) 2. Describe how those 3 dictators were similar. (3) 3. List lands that Germany and Italy invaded. (2) Slide 3 Slide 4 Slide 5 Slide 6 Dictator A ruler who has complete control over a country Slide 7 Totalitarian State Country in which a single party controls the government and every aspect of peoples lives Slide 8 Dictators- Germany: Adolf Hitler Gives Hope to Germany Bread and Work (Arebeit und Brot!) Slide 9 Arebeit und Brot! Slide 10 Our Last Hope! Slide 11 Slide 12 Slide 13 Workers! The Brain and the Fist! Vote for the Front Soldier Hitler!" Slide 14 Hitler is building. Help him- buy german goods Slide 15 Slide 16 Similar to the New Deal Slide 17 Hitlers work programs Super highways (autobahn) Office buildings Gigantic sports stadiums Public housing MILITARY FACTORIES Slide 18 Youth serves the Furher Mandatory to be part of the Hitler youth movement Slide 19 Slide 20 Slide 21 Slide 22 Dictators- Italy Benito Mussolini School kids must recite Mussolini is always right Slide 23 Slide 24 Slide 25 Slide 26 1. Who was the man who rose to power in the Soviet Union?? Slide 27 Dictators- Soviet Union Joseph Stalin Slide 28 2. What happened to citizens in the Soviet union who criticized their government? -Criticism was severely punished -Sent to concentration camps -Sometimes murdered. Slide 29 3. What were the 2 major goals of Stalins 5 year plans? 1.Modernize farming 2. Modernize industry Slide 30 4. Who seized power in Italy in 1922? Benito Mussolini Slide 31 4. Who seized power in Italy in 1922? Slide 32 5. What political party gained power in Italy during this time? Fascist party Slide 33 6. What lands did Italy invade in 1935? Northern Africa Slide 34 6. What lands did Italy invade in 1935? Slide 35 7. What was the British and French reaction to Italys invasion? The rest of the world stays out of it, fear of another World War Slide 36 ***Rise of Nazi Germany 8. Why did Germans dislike the Treaty of Versailles It blamed Germany for WW1, and forced them to pay for war Slide 37 Treaty of Versailles 1919 Signed after World War 1, it aims revenge on Germany forces them to. 1.Pay for World War 1- about 300 billion 1.Leads to depression in Germany 2.Hitler wont pay it. 2. Reduce military Hitler Defies this 3. Give up colonies (Given to France/UK) Slide 38 Reduce our military? Slide 39 9. List 2 reasons Adolf Hitler was popular in Germany in the 1930s Powerful speaker- Uses depression anger Promises work and bread Believed Germany did not lose the war, Jews stabbed them in the back. Slide 40 10. Define: Concentration Camp Prison for civilians who were enemies of the state Slide 41 Concentration Camp Slide 42 Slide 43 Slide 44 Slide 45 Slide 46 11. List 2 ways Hitler violated the Treaty of Versailles. Builds up military Invades Poland Czechoslovakia Moves troops to the Rhineland Slide 47 Slide 48 German Expansion Slide 49 ***Military Rule in Japan 12. In the early 1930s who took power in Japan? Military Leaders Slide 50 13. What lands did Japan invade and conquer in 1931? Manchuria (Northeast China) Slide 51 Slide 52 Slide 53 14. Why were these lands valuable? Resources! Manchuria had Coal and iron Slide 54 15. Why did a strong isolationist mood grip the United States at this time? Fear of another world war Slide 55 Slide 56 Slide 57 Slide 58 Slide 59 Slide 60 16. Describe what the neutrality acts sought to accomplish Bans the selling of goods or loaning money to nations at war Warned Americans not to travel on ships of countries at war Slide 61 Slide 62 Slide 63 Causes World War II ***M. VIPER*** Slide 64 1. Militarism of Germany Going against the treaty of Versailles Germany built up its military. Slide 65 Slide 66 2. Versailles Treaty Germany was VERY ANGRY because they had to: 1. Pay for World War 1- about 300 billion 2. Reduce military 3. Give up colonies (Given to France/UK) Slide 67 3. Isolationism **League of Nations failed to get involved. **United States could have stopped this conflict but wanted to stay out. Slide 68 Slide 69 Slide 70 Slide 71 4. Poverty Because of the Great Depression Poverty (worse than in the USA) allowed for crazy leaders to come to power. Slide 72 4. Poverty Slide 73 5. Expansionism Germany, Italy and Japan all invaded other lands to increase their power Slide 74 Slide 75 Slide 76 6. Rise of Totalitarianism; Aggressive Dictators rose to power in Germany, Italy, and Japan