The Post War Years. The “Roaring Twenties”. The Great Depression. Post war Problems:. Germany - 1. Unhappy w/ Treaty of Versailles 2. Major Inflation of German $$$ 3. Dawes Plan - reduced reparations & provided $200 million loan The United States -
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The “Roaring Twenties”
The Great Depression
1. Unhappy w/ Treaty of Versailles
2. Major Inflation of German $$$
3. Dawes Plan- reduced reparations & provided $200 million loan
1. Failed to join League of Nations
1. Wanted strict enforcement of Treaty
2. Occupied Ruhr Valley for $$$
1926 Germany joins League of Nations
A period of low economic activity & rising unemployment
Overproduction & Economic downturn in mid 1920’s
International Financial Crisis including U.S. Stock Market Crash of 1929
Caused people to pull $$ from U.S. Banks, then International Banks
Lowered wages & raised tariffs - made it worse!!!
New European SUPERPOWER!
Franklin D. Roosevelt
1920’s - “Roaring Twenties”
Ruled by King Victor Emmanuel III
1937 Guernica by Pablo Picasso
General Francisco Franco
Joseph Goebbels- Nazi Propaganda Minister
Photomontage by Hannah Hoch