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Welcome. Baltimore Polytechnic Institute February 16, 2012 U.S. History Mr. Green. Agenda/Topics To Be Covered. The students will describe to what extent governments that took power in Russia, Italy, Germany, and Japan after WWI contributed to the rise in fascism

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Welcome

Welcome

Baltimore Polytechnic Institute

February 16, 2012

U.S. History

Mr. Green


Agenda topics to be covered

Agenda/Topics To Be Covered

The students will describe to what extent governments that took power in Russia, Italy, Germany, and Japan after WWI contributed to the rise in fascism

Announcement: Chapter 16 February 24

Drill: Read “Failures of the World War I Peace Settlement” on 542-43 and answer the following:

1. Why did the Germans dislike the Treaty of Versailles?

2. What happened to the democratic governments created by the treaty?


Dictators threaten world peace ch 16 section 1 pgs 542 547

Dictators Threaten World Peace Ch. 16 Section 1 pgs. 542-547

Nationalism Threatens Europe and Asia

Germany

hated the “war guilt” clause and reparations

lost territory that was German

Soviets (USSR)

upset over losing territory

Many newly formed democracies collapsed and dictators took control

Joseph Stalin transforms the Soviet Union

Stalin did anything to build communist Russia

Ordered collectivization in 1927

Initiated 5 year plans to modernize Russia’s economy


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Turned Russia (Soviet Union) into a police state

Dissenters/protesters shipped to Siberia

Stalin created a totalitarian government

Rise of Fascism in Italy

Mussolini led Italy toward fascism

Strong central government, rooted in nationalism

Anti-communists supported the fascists in Italy

Nazis Take over in Germany

National Socialist German Workers’ Party

Mein Kampf

Aryan Race

Nationalism

National expansion-lebensraum


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Militarists Gain Control in Japan

Japan needed more living space

Invaded Manchuria in 1931

League of Nations investigated and Japan quit the league

Military leaders took control of Japan

Aggression in Europe

Germany leaves League in 1933

German military buildup in 1935

1936-troops to Rhineland

Rome-Berlin Axis Pact

Italy attacked Ethiopia which fell in 1936


The u s responds cautiously

The U.S. responds Cautiously

Clinging to Isolationism

Nye hearing documented profits by American companies during WWI

Roosevelt pursued isolationist policies

Neutrality Acts of 1935

outlawed arms sales/loans to nations at war or civil war

Neutrality Breaks Down

3,000 go to fight Hitler and Franco in Spain

Franco triumphs and Spain is totalitarian, with help from Germany and Italy

Japan attacked China in 1937-U.S. sent arms anyway


Independent work

Independent Work

List the main ambitions of each dictator from Italy, Germany and the Soviet Union


Exit ticket

Exit Ticket

Describe to what extent governments that took power in Russia, Italy, Germany, and Japan after WWI contributed to the rise in fascism

Be sure to write a thesis sentence and support that thesis sentence with evidence from the notes/text before you leave class today!!!!!!


Homework

Homework

1. Read Chapter 16 Section 1.

2. Chapter 16 Vocabulary-next week

3. Prepare for a Chapter 16.1 quiz on Friday


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