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World war ii

World War II

Rise of Dictatorships & the Decline of European Democracies

Power point created by Robert Martinez

Primary content source : The Americans by McDougal Littrel

Image sources as cited.


http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/1277162065/


  • Nationalism revolution fueled by economic depression and struggle. is the loyalty to one’s country above all else – and dreams of territorial expansion.

http://www.mikekemble.com/ww2/hitler.html


  • Germans saw nothing fair in the revolution fueled by economic depression and struggle.Versailles Treaty that blamed them for starting the war.

  • Nor did they find security in a settlement that stripped them of their overseas colonies and border territories.

Leaders of France, England,

and the United States deciding

the fate of Germany during the

Treaty of Versailles.

http://judicial-inc.biz/Versaille_Treaty.htm


  • Germany was expected to pay off huge war debts ( revolution fueled by economic depression and struggle.reparations) while dealing with widespread poverty.

  • By 1923, an inflating economy made a five-million German mark worth less than a penny. Here children build blocks with stacks of useless German marks.

German currency being sold as fuel for stoves and furnaces.


V. Lenin of Russia

http://www.alevieten.com/news/index.php?Archive=78


http://ntap.k12.ca.us/whs/projects/history/stalin.html


http://www.marxists.org/portugues/dicionario/verbetes/s/stalin.htm


http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/1579638968/


http://digital.library.mcgill.ca/russian/industr.htm


  • Stalin eliminated anyone who threatened his power. rural nation into a great industrial power.

  • Historians estimate that Stalin was responsible for the deaths of 8-13 million people. Millions more died in famines caused by the restructuring of Soviet society.

http://www.alevieten.com/news/index.php?Archive=78


http://www.bodyweb.it/forums/showthread.php?goto=newpost&t=108844


Fascism in italy
Fascism in Italy government.

  • While Stalin was consolidating his power in the Soviet Union, Benito Mussolini was establishing a totalitarian regime in Italy, where unemployment and inflation produced bitter strikes, some communist-led.

http://www.utrechtschaak.nl/forum_item.aspx?id=147&lst=&all=1


Benito mussolini
Benito Mussolini government.

  • Alarmed by these threats, the middle and upper classes demanded stronger leadership.

  • A powerful speaker, Mussolini knew how to appeal to Italy’s wounded national pride.

  • He played on the fears of economic collapse and communism. In this way, he won the support of many discontented Italians.

http://www.windoweb.it/guida/cultura/biografia_benito_mussolini.htm


  • By 1921, Mussolini established the Fascist Party. government.

  • Fascism stressed nationalism and placed the interests of the state above those of individuals.

  • To strengthen the nation, Fascists argued, power must rest with a single strong leader and a small group of devoted party members.

http://www.windoweb.it/guida/cultura/biografia_benito_mussolini.htm


http://forum.maidenfans.com/index.php?topic=13002.msg151341


  • Calling himself his followers, whose black uniforms gave them the name “IL Duce, or “the leader,” Mussolini extended Fascist control to every aspect of Italian life. Mussolini crushed all opposition by making Italy a totalitarian state.

http://ch.novopress.info/?p=705


his followers, whose black uniforms gave them the name “Italy wants peace, work, and calm. I will give these things with love if possible, with force if necessary.”

- Benito Mussolini

http://putschisten.de/


  • In Germany, his followers, whose black uniforms gave them the name “Adolf Hitler had followed a path to power similar to Mussolini’s.

  • At the end of WWI, Hitler had been a jobless soldier drifting around Germany.

  • In 1919, he joined a struggling group called the National Socialist German Worker’s Party, better known as the NAZI Party.

Hitler in World War I

http://www.greatwar.nl/remarque/remarque-eng.html


hitler-darshan.jpg


  • In Hitler’s book quickly became the party’s leader. Calling himself Mein Kampf [My Struggle], Hitler set forth the basic beliefs of Nazism that became the plan of action for the Nazi Party.

http://diberville.blogspot.com/2004_05_01_diberville_archive.html


  • Nazism quickly became the party’s leader. Calling himself is the German brand of fascism, based on extreme nationalism.

  • Hitler, who had been born in Austria, dreamed of uniting all German-speaking people in a great German empire.

http://mix.fresqui.com/hitler


  • Hitler wanted to enforce racial “purification” at home. In his view, Germans, especially blue-eyed, blond-haired “Aryans” – formed a “master race” that was destined to rule the world.

  • “Inferior races,” such as Jews, Slavs, and all nonwhites, were deemed fit only to serve the Aryans.

http://www.history.ucsb.edu/faculty/marcuse/classes/133c/133cPrevYears/133c04/133c04l02NaziPast.htm


  • A third element of Nazism was national expansion. In his view, Germans, especially blue-eyed, blond-haired “Aryans” – formed a “

  • Hitler believed that for Germany to thrive, it needed more lebensraum, or living space.

  • One of Hitler’s aims in Mein Kampf, was “to secure for the German people the land and soil to which they are entitled on this earth,” even if this could be accomplished only by “the might of a victorious sword.”

http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/411966062/


  • The In his view, Germans, especially blue-eyed, blond-haired “Aryans” – formed a “Great Depression helped the Nazis come to power. Because of war debts (reparations) and dependence on American loans and investments, Germany’s economy was hit hard.

http://library.thinkquest.org/C005121/data/germany.htm


http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/464340421/


http://www.flashback.org/showthread.php?t=914


  • In its place, Hitler established the party in Germany. Third Reich, or Third German Empire.

  • According to Hitler, the Third Reich would be a “Thousand-Year Reich” – it would last for a thousand years.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/27728473/


Time Magazines : party in Germany.

Man of the Year


Imperial japan
Imperial Japan party in Germany.

  • Halfway around the world, nationalistic military leaders were trying to take control of the imperial government of Japan.

  • These leaders shared in common with Hitler a belief in the need for more living space for a growing population.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/rebeccaholder/161972037/


Invasion of china
Invasion of China party in Germany.

  • Japanese militarists launched a surprise attack and seized control of the Chinese province of Manchuria in 1931.

  • Within several months, Japanese troops controlled the entire province, a large region about twice the size of Texas, that was rich in natural resources.

http://www.sinodefenceforum.com/showthread.php?t=1095


Hideki tojo invasion of china 1937
Hideki Tojo & party in Germany. Invasion of China 1937

  • In July 1937, Hideki Tojo, Chief of Staff of Japan’s Army, launched the invasion into China.

  • As French, Dutch, and British colonies lay unprotected in Asia, Japanese leaders leaped at the opportunity to unite East Asia under Japanese control by seizing the colonial lands.


  • The watchful party in Germany. League of Nations had been established after WWI to prevent just such aggressive acts. The League condemned Japan, who in turn simply quit the League.

http://www.germanwarmachine.com/daybyday/1943/oct.htm


Militarist japan
Militarist Japan party in Germany.

  • Meanwhile, the success of the Manchurian invasion put the militarists firmly in control of Japan’s government.

http://www.germaniainternational.com/japan.html


Hitler ignores the treaty of versailles
Hitler ignores the Treaty of Versailles party in Germany.

  • The failure of the League of Nations to take action against Japan did not escape the notice of Europe’s dictators.

  • In 1933, Hitler pulled Germany out of the League.

  • In 1935, he began a military buildup in violation of the Treaty of Versailles.

http://www.history2u.com/book6_global_warfare.htm


Italy invades africa
Italy invades Africa party in Germany.

  • Meanwhile, Mussolini began building his new Roman Empire.

  • His first target was Ethiopia, one of Africa’s few remaining independent countries. By the fall of 1935, tens of thousands of Italian soldiers stood ready to advance on Ethiopia.

http://www.edunetconnect.com/cat/timemachine/50ea.html


http://www.workers.org.uk/features/feat_0107/corporate.html


  • By 1936, Ethiopia had fallen. In desperation, ineffective. In regards to Italy, the League initiated an ineffective economic Haile Selassie, the ousted Ethiopian emperor, appealed to the League for assistance. Nothing was done.

    “It is us today,” - “It will be you tomorrow.”

    - Haile Selassie


Spanish civil war
Spanish Civil War ineffective. In regards to Italy, the League initiated an ineffective economic

  • In 1936, a group of Spanish army officers led by General Francisco Franco, rebelled against the Spanish republic.

  • Revolts broke out all over Spain, and the Spanish Civil War began.

http://www.telefonica.net/web2/fmurilla/fet.htm


Franco & Hitler

http://www.flickr.com/photos/kresve/124314706/


Francisco franco
Francisco Franco ineffective. In regards to Italy, the League initiated an ineffective economic

  • The Spanish Civil War forged a close relationship between German and Italian dictators, who signed a formal alliance known as the Rome-Berlin Axis.

  • After a loss of almost 500,000 lives. Franco’s victory in 1939 established him as Spain’s fascist dictator.

http://www.dw-world.de/popups/popup_lupe/0,,1468966,00.html


http://www.mtholyoke.edu/~le20j/NeutralityAfterWar.html


http://www.flickr.com/photos/pingnews/1440253387/


http://www.scuttlebuttsmallchow.com/northchina.html


http://teachpol.tcnj.edu/Amer_pol_hist/fi/0000015b.htm


  • At last, Roosevelt seemed ready to take a stand against aggression – that is, until isolationist newspapers exploded in protest, accusing the president of leading the nation into war. Roosevelt backed off in the face of criticism.

    For the moment the conflicts remained “over there.”

http://www.anchorrising.com/barnacles/cat_history.html


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