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  1. The organized effort to influence what millions of people think and believe

  2. The organized effort to influence what millions of people think and believe propaganda

  3. Propaganda technique that uses a famous or “expert” person to convince the audience to support what is being said

  4. Propaganda technique that uses a famous or “expert” person to convince the audience to support what is being said testimonial

  5. Chinese city where hundreds of thousands were massacred by a Japanese invasion in 1937

  6. Chinese city where hundreds of thousands were massacred by a Japanese invasion in 1937 Nanjing

  7. Political ideology that said the nation is the best thing eva – and disses its opponents and enemies as inferior – the government is seen as the source of truth and right

  8. Political ideology that said the nation is the best thing eva – and disses its opponents and enemies as inferior – the government is seen as the source of truth and right fascism

  9. He developed a fascist approach in Italy that was copied by people like Hitler later

  10. He developed a fascist approach in Italy that was copied by people like Hitler later Benito Mussolini

  11. Massive world-wide economic crisis that hit many nations very hard, and opened the door for a military takeover in Japan, and Hitler’s rise in Germany

  12. Massive world-wide economic crisis that hit many nations very hard, and opened the door for a military takeover in Japan, and Hitler’s rise in Germany Great Depression

  13. This Middle Eastern country tried to “modernize” by becoming more like other European countries, and by moving away from a society dominated by Islam

  14. This Middle Eastern country tried to “modernize” by becoming more like other European countries, and by moving away from a society dominated by Islam Turkey

  15. The Nazis used these to strip rights to jobs, protection of property, and religious and political rights away from German Jews

  16. The Nazis used these to strip rights to jobs, protection of property, and religious and political rights away from German Jews Nuremberg Laws

  17. Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s approach to help the US cope with the effects of the Great Depression – it brought more government involvement into the US economy

  18. Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s approach to help the US cope with the effects of the Great Depression – it brought more government involvement into the US economy “New Deal”

  19. In 1919, British forces attacked unarmed and non-violent protestors during this – instead of scaring Indians into being quite, it made them all the more committed to protesting for independence

  20. In 1919, British forces attacked unarmed and non-violent protestors during this – instead of scaring Indians into being quite, it made them all the more committed to protesting for independence Amritsar Massacre

  21. This review activity is AWESOME!!! WHOLESOME!!! HONEST!!! PURE!!!! THE BOMB-DIGGITY!!!... What technique is being used here???

  22. This review activity is AWESOME!!! WHOLESOME!!! HONEST!!! PURE!!!! THE BOMB-DIGGITY!!!... What technique is being used here??? Glittering generalities

  23. British mandate in the Middle East where tensions were rising between Jewish and Arab settlers

  24. British mandate in the Middle East where tensions were rising between Jewish and Arab settlers Palestine

  25. Where a government tries to shape all aspects of its peoples’ lives thru the use of propaganda and terror

  26. Where a government tries to shape all aspects of its peoples’ lives thru the use of propaganda and terror totalitarianism

  27. Resource-rich section of northeastern China that Japan invades and occupies in the early 1930’s

  28. Resource-rich section of northeastern China that Japan invades and occupies in the early 1930’s Manchuria

  29. Too much of this thrown around too freely and used too riskily helped to bring about the “Black Tuesday” crash of the stock market, and the beginnings of the Great Depression

  30. Too much of this thrown around too freely and used too riskily helped to bring about the “Black Tuesday” crash of the stock market, and the beginnings of the Great Depression credit

  31. Used to be “Persia”, in 1925 a coup overthrows the last king and tries to modernize and compete with Europeans, and hold onto its rich resource of oil

  32. Used to be “Persia”, in 1925 a coup overthrows the last king and tries to modernize and compete with Europeans, and hold onto its rich resource of oil Iran

  33. Propaganda technique that uses the background appeal of things like humor, fashion, and sex to make people associate their thing with those things

  34. Propaganda technique that uses the background appeal of things like humor, fashion, and sex to make people associate their thing with those things transfer

  35. A big part of the command economy of the Soviet Union; Stalin set goals for industry, agriculture, and production based on these – and you better watch out if you don’t make the grade…

  36. A big part of the command economy of the Soviet Union; Stalin set goals for industry, agriculture, and production based on these – and you better watch out if you don’t make the grade… Five Year Plan

  37. He developed a way to fight injustice without using violence – large, sustained protests and willingness to go all the way for a goal would see him succeed in leading his country to independence

  38. He developed a way to fight injustice without using violence – large, sustained protests and willingness to go all the way for a goal would see him succeed in leading his country to independence Gandhi

  39. Leader of the Chinese Communists – he looked to win over the peasants in the countryside in the civil war with the Chinese Nationalists

  40. Leader of the Chinese Communists – he looked to win over the peasants in the countryside in the civil war with the Chinese Nationalists Mao Zedong

  41. Two days of government-led violence against German Jews – over 100 die and many others lose their businesses, homes, and synagogues

  42. Two days of government-led violence against German Jews – over 100 die and many others lose their businesses, homes, and synagogues Kristallnacht

  43. He developed groundbreaking new theories that totally changed how people looked at and understood the universe around them – said that time and space are relative to experience

  44. He developed groundbreaking new theories that totally changed how people looked at and understood the universe around them – said that time and space are relative to experience Albert Einstein

  45. musical style that comes to popularity in the 1920’s – free form riffs and extended jams reflects artistic and social changes of the time

  46. musical style that comes to popularity in the 1920’s – free form riffs and extended jams reflects artistic and social changes of the time jazz

  47. Painter/artist who pioneered abstract art forms like cubism in the 1920’s and 1930’s

  48. Painter/artist who pioneered abstract art forms like cubism in the 1920’s and 1930’s Pablo Picasso

  49. Propaganda technique that lists stats and facts that support something, and ignore all the info that detracts from it

  50. Propaganda technique that lists stats and facts that support something, and ignore all the info that detracts from it card stacking