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USA. China. Spain. AXIS POWERS OF WWII _. The World Between the Wars: 1920s-1930s (Ch 14, S 3 & Ch 15). USSR. Italy. Germany. Japan. economic, political, & social problems. rise of dictators & totalitarian states.

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the world between the wars 1920s 1930s ch 14 s 3 ch 15
USA

China

Spain

AXIS POWERS OF WWII_

The World Between the Wars: 1920s-1930s (Ch 14, S 3 & Ch 15)

USSR

Italy

Germany

Japan

  • economic, political, & social problems
  • rise of dictators & totalitarian states
  • Steps to WWII: examples of aggression & appease-ment
  • efforts to preserve peace: League of Nations & disarmament
characteristics of totalitarian states totalitarianism see p 441
Characteristics of totalitarian states / totalitarianism (see p. 441)
  • rule by single party dictatorship
  • has an ideology (set of beliefs) for people to follow
  • state comes before individual; citizens expected to obey & individual rights mean little
  • censorship of media
  • extremely nationalistic
  • dynamic leader  viewed as father-figure/godlike
  • police/military terror used to silence critics
  • indoctrination & propaganda  use technology to reach the masses
totalitarian states developed between the world wars 1920s 1930s
Totalitarian states developed between the world wars (1920s – 1930s).

Totalitarian States

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CommunistFascist

USSR Italy, Germany, Spain

Differences: 1. Fascists OK with class system

2. Fascists = strict nationalists,

Communists = internationalists

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