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Rise of Fascism and Militarism in Europe and Japan. 1919-1936. Benito Mussolini: “il Duce”. Problems facing Italy Rise of Blackshirts Fascism His “reforms?” Desire for a “New Rome”. Adolf Hitler. Weimar Republic Economic problems lead to unrest Nazism and Mein Kampf Kristallnacht 1938

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benito mussolini il duce
Benito Mussolini: “il Duce”
  • Problems facing Italy
  • Rise of Blackshirts
  • Fascism
  • His “reforms?”
  • Desire for a “New Rome”
adolf hitler
Adolf Hitler
  • Weimar Republic
  • Economic problems lead to unrest
  • Nazism and Mein Kampf
  • Kristallnacht 1938
  • Nuremberg Laws 1935
joseph stalin
Joseph Stalin
  • Five Year Plan
  • Forced collectivization
  • Kulaks
  • Gulag
  • Secret Police
  • The Great Purge
japan s militarism
Japan’s Militarism
  • Changes after WWI
  • Economic Unrest
  • Attempts to quickly modernize, militarize
  • 1931 Manchuria and League’s reaction?
  • Influence of Japan’s history on the attitudes of military/political leaders?
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