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Bell ringer 7

2/7 & 2/8

Bell Ringer # 7

Get out your homework to be stamped!

What were two causes of the Great Depression?

How do you think the Great Depression helped dictators in Europe and around the world come to power?


Objectives

Objectives

  • Describe how the Great Depression/Treaty of Versailles lead to the rise of totalitarianism

  • List the differences between Fascism and Communism


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Fascism Rises in Europe


Totalitarianism

Totalitarianism

Government control over every aspect of public and private life


Communism

Communism

  • All means of production are owned by the state

  • Private property does not exist

  • All goods and services are shared equally


Fascism

Fascism

  • A political movement that promotes an extreme form of nationalism

  • Denial of individual rights

  • Dictatorial one party rule


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Comparing Governments

Fascism

Communism

Page 910


Fascism1

Fascism

  • Total Control

  • Emphasizes

    Extreme loyalty to leader

  • Promise to:

    • Restore national

      pride

    • Punish those

      responsible

    • Restore economy


Fascism rises from the great depression

Fascism Rises from the Great Depression

  • Fascist Govt.

  • take control

  • Weak/Failed Democracies

  • Loss of Faith in Govt.

  • High Inflation

  • German Unemployment Rises


Fascist leaders rise to power p 910 913

Fascist Leaders Rise to Power (p 910-913)


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Benito Mussolini

(Italy)

Fear of Communist revolution (Russia)

Founded Party in 1919

Violence

Black Shirts

http://player.discoveryeducation.com/index.cfm?guidAssetId=DBEEFC2F-2E16-4241-B2CE-53EF7EA501D7&blnFromSearch=1&productcode=US


Adolf hitler germany

Adolf Hitler (Germany)

  • Served in German Army in WWI

  • Joined political party to overturn the Treaty of Versailles (also to combat communism)

  • Brown shirts or storm troopers

  • Wrote Mein Kampf: “My Struggle”

    • Lebensraum “Living Space” (take other countries)


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A Way to gain power

Traits of Propaganda

Targets Audience

Selective Information

Plays on Emotion

  • Examples

  • Games

  • Radio

  • Film

“Propaganda is truly a terrible weapon in the hands of an expert”

–Hitler 1942

“What good fortune for governments that the people do not think.”

-Hitler


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“The Ducktators”

  • Looney Tunes, 1942


Nazism 1936 olympic games

Nazism1936 Olympic Games

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kcFbVn3BeVQ&feature=PlayList&p=DBA0F04ABD665A99&index=0


3 2 1

3-2-1

  • Three things you learned

  • Two things you are unsure about

  • One question you have


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