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A World in Flames 1931-1941. Section 1: America and the World The Rise of Dictators Mussolini and Fascism in Italy Stalin Takes Over the USSR Hitler and Nazism in Germany Militarists Gain Control of Japan America Turns to Neutrality The Nye Committee Legislating Neutrality

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A World in Flames 1931-1941

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A World in Flames 1931-1941

Section 1: America and the World

The Rise of Dictators

Mussolini and Fascism in Italy

Stalin Takes Over the USSR

Hitler and Nazism in Germany

Militarists Gain Control of Japan

America Turns to Neutrality

The Nye Committee

Legislating Neutrality

Neutrality Act of 1935

Anti-Comintern Pact

Axis Powers

Roosevelt and Internationalism


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Section 2: WWII Begins

“Peace in Our Time”

The Austrian Anschluss

The Munich Crisis and Appeasement

Danzig and the Polish Corridor

The Nazi-Soviet Nonaggression Pact

The War Begins

Blitzkrieg in Poland

The Fall of France

sitzkrieg

Maginot Line

The Miracle at Dunkirk

Britain Remains Defiant

Winston Churchill

Battle of Britain


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Section 3: The Holocaust

Nazi Persecution of the Jews

Nazi Ideology

The Nuremberg Laws

Kristallnacht

Jewish Refugees Try to Flee

Anne Frank

The Final Solution

Wannsee Conference

concentration camps

extermination camps

Section 4: America Enters the War

FDR Supports England

The Neutrality Act of 1939

Destroyers-for-Bases Deal

Isolationist Debate

The Range of Opinion


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The Election of 1940

Wendell Willkie

Edging Toward War

The Lend-Lease Act

The Hemispheric Defense Zone

The Atlantic Charter

Japan Attacks the United States

America Embargoes Japan

strategic materials

Japan Attacks Pearl Harbor

Germany Declares War


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