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Appeasement H/O. Complete the Appeasement H/O After completing 1-4 check in with Ms. Italiano or Mr. Dial. After completing 5-7 check in with Ms. Italiano or Mr. Dial. After completing 8-9 check in with Ms. Italiano or Mr. Dial. Complete 10-11 on your own. German Aggression & Appeasement.

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Appeasement H/O

  • Complete the Appeasement H/O

    • After completing 1-4 check in with Ms. Italiano or Mr. Dial.

    • After completing 5-7 check in with Ms. Italiano or Mr. Dial.

    • After completing 8-9 check in with Ms. Italiano or Mr. Dial.

    • Complete 10-11 on your own.


German Aggression & Appeasement

Objective:Analyze the causes of WWII including Axis (German) Expansion & Appeasement


German Rearmament

Review of German Troops, 1939


German Aggression


GERMAN AGGRESSION

German Aggression 1936-1939


The Munich Agreement

Chamberlain and Hitler at the Munich Agreement


From left to right: Chamberlain, Daladier, Hitler, Mussolini, and Ciano pictured before signing the Munich Agreement, which gave the Sudetenland to Germany.


Czechoslovak Army soldiers on patrol in the Sudetenland in September 1938.


Czechs expelled from the border (Sudetenland) looking for new home, October 1938 .

Czechs protest against Nazi German aggression, Prague, September 22, 1938


Sudeten Germans cheering the arrival of the German Army into the Sudetenland in October 1938.


Sequence of events following the Munich Agreement:

1. Germany occupies the Sudetenland (October 1938).

2. Poland annexes Zaolzie, an area with a Polish plurality, over which the two countries had fought a war in 1919 (October 1938).

3. Hungary occupies border areas (southern third of Slovakia and southern Carpathian Ruthenia) with Hungarian minorities in accordance with the First Vienna Award (November 1938).

4. On March 15, 1939, during the German invasion of the remaining Czech territories, Hungary annexes Carpathian Ruthenia (which had been autonomous since October 1938).

5. Germany establishing the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia with a puppet government, on March 16, 1939.

6. Meanwhile during the German invasion of Czech territories, a pro-Hitler Catholic-fascist government splits off the remaining territories of Czechoslovakia and declares the Slovak Republic, an Axis client state.


Further German Aggression

Polish city of Wieluń after German bombing September 1, 1939


Central Historical Question

Was appeasement the right policy for England in 1938?


Directions

  • Read through the timeline. Be sure to reference the timeline while completing the packet.


Directions

  • Read Document A and Document B.

  • Answer the Guiding Questions for Document A and Document B.

  • 15 Minutes


Directions

  • Read Document C, Document D, and Document E.

  • Answer the Guiding Questions for Document C, Document D, and Document E.

  • 15 Minutes


Directions

  • Answer Hypothesis #1!

  • Only use Documents A and B to answer the first hypothesis.

  • Only cite evidence from Documents A and B to support your answer in the first hypothesis. 2 Pieces Each! 5 total ideas!

  • 10 Minutes


Directions

  • Answer Hypothesis #2!

  • Only use Documents C, D, and E to answer the second hypothesis.

  • Only cite evidence from Documents C, D, and E to support your answer in the second hypothesis.

  • 3 Pieces from C…1 or 2 pieces from D and E=Total 3…7 total ideas!

  • 10 Minutes

TURN IN! 38 POINTS! PROJECT CATEGORY!


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