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Interwar Years. How did nationalism affect Asia and the Middle East in the 1920’s and 1930’s? What led to worldwide economic depression after WWI? How did dreams of empire affect the actions of Japan? What led to the rise of totalitarian dictators in Europe after WWI?. China.

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interwar years

Interwar Years

How did nationalism affect Asia and the Middle East in the 1920’s and 1930’s?

What led to worldwide economic depression after WWI?

How did dreams of empire affect the actions of Japan?

What led to the rise of totalitarian dictators in Europe after WWI?

china
China
  • May 4th Movement- China’s movement against foreign Imperialism
  • Chiang Kai-shek- leaders of Kuomintang
  • Mao Zedong- led the Long March, leader of Communist Party
india
India
  • Amritsar Massacre- British soldiers open fire on India demonstrators
  • Mohandas Gandhi- Civil Disobedience, Ahimsa- Non violence
middle east
Middle East
  • Kemal Ataturk- Father of the Turks
  • Reza Khan- Overthrew the shah of Persia, changed name to Iran
us economy
US Economy
  • Consumer Goods- Automobile to vacuum cleaners
  • Buying on the Margin- Buying stock with credit
  • Speculation- buying high risk stock to gain a quick profit
  • Unequal Distribution of Wealth- Top 1%
  • Credit- Buying now pay back later
  • Black Tuesday- Stock market Crash
  • Unemployment
  • Herbert Hoover- Laissez-Faire
  • Franklin Roosevelt- New Deal
  • John Maynard Keynes- New Economic Theory
worldwide depression
Worldwide Depression
  • Debt
  • Reparations
  • Unemployment
  • Inflation
  • Bank Closures
  • Smoot-Hawley Tariff
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Chiang Kai-shek

Mao Zedong

Long March

Amritsar Massacre

Mohandas Gandhi

Kemal Ataturk

Credit

Black Tuesday

Great Depression

Franklin Roosevelt

Herbert Hoover

New Deal

John Maynard Keynes

QuizChoose 5
japanese imperialism

Japanese Imperialism

How did dreams of empire affect the actions of Japan?

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Japanese Imperialism
  • 1929- The Great Depression hits Japan
  • 1931 Japan takes control of Manchuria
  • 1933 Japan withdraws from the League of Nations
  • 1934 Japan announces it will no longer submit limits on its navy
  • 1936 Japan signs agreement with Germany
  • 1937 Japanese troops kill hundreds of thousands of civilians in Nanjing
  • 1940 Japan attempts to expand its power in Asia by proposing an economic alliance with Asian nations.
dictators in europe

Dictators in Europe

What led to the rise of totalitarian dictators in Europe?

totalitarian governments
Totalitarian Governments
  • Political
    • The state is more important than individuals
    • The government is controlled by a single political party
    • A powerful dictator unites the people and the government
  • Social
    • The government controls all aspects of daily life
    • Secret police use terror and violence to enforce government policies
    • Citizens are denied basic rights and liberties
  • Economic
    • The government controls businesses and directs the national economy
    • Labor and business are used to fulfill the objectives of the state
benito mussolini
Benito Mussolini
  • Fascism- Extreme nationalism, Nation above individual needs
  • March on Rome
  • Totalitarianism
  • Ethiopia- Haile Selassie
joseph stalin
Joseph Stalin
  • Totalitarian State
  • 5 Year Plans
  • Collectivization- execution and Siberia
  • Great Purge
adolf hitler
Adolf Hitler
  • Postwar Germany
  • Weimar Republic
  • Inflation
  • Nazi Party
  • 1923 Coup
  • Mein Kampf
  • 1933 Hitler named chancellor
  • Anti-Semitism
    • Nuremberg Laws
    • Kristallnacht