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Exit Ticket! • Compare and Contrast the three forms of Authoritarian Regimes. What’s one way they’re similar? How are they different? • How did Napoleon Bonaparte become an authoritarian ruler?
Monarchy King & Queen Ex. England, Sweden, Saudi Arabia Power handed down through family Queen Elizabeth II of England
Versailles • Palace used by the kings and queens of France
Theocracy • Government controlled by religious leaders • Examples • Iran • Vatican – Pope
Dictatorship • Complete and absolute power • Take power by force
Adolf Hitler • At the end of World War I Adolf Hitler was angry over the defeat of Germany. • During the 1920s, Germany went through tough economic times.
Throughout the 1920s the Nazi Party grows in numbers. • By the 1930s, the Nazi party is the largest party in Germany • In January 1933, President Paul von Hindenberg appoints Adolf Hitler Chancellor
September 1, 1939 • Germany attacked Poland • Hitler began “cleansing” Poland of Jews • Einsatzgruppen A, B, C, and D units moved through Poland behind the German army to get rid of Jews • Parts of Poland was given to Germans • The Eastern parts of Poland were used to house Jews sent from all over Europe in camps
Concentration camps had been in Germany since 1934. The first camp was Dachau.
Final Solution • By 1942, the German government was looking for a more efficient way to get rid of the Jews. • The decision became known as the Final Solution
Direct Democracy – • Ancient Greece • Small towns in New England
Representative Democracy • United States People should stay informed through news, vote, become active in their community, etc.
Why do we have government? • 1. Helping people cooperate • Solve problems • 2. Providing services • Schools, military, police, fire, highways, trash, libraries
3. Providing laws • Constitution – Supreme Law of the Land • State laws • Local laws
4. Guarantee freedoms • Bill of Rights • Speech, religion, press, assembly, petition, right to bear arms, etc.