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THEODORE ROOSEVELT Square Deal. Woodrow Wilson New Freedom. F RANKLIN D . R OOSEVELT NEW DEAL. Program to deal with the G REAT D EPRESSION Relief for Needy Recovery of Economy Reform - financial. “We have nothing to fear BUT FEAR ITSELF!” FDR

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    1. THEODORE ROOSEVELT Square Deal

    2. Woodrow WilsonNew Freedom

    3. FRANKLIND. ROOSEVELTNEW DEAL • Program to deal with the GREATDEPRESSION • Relief for Needy • Recovery of Economy • Reform - financial

    4. “We have nothing to fear BUT FEAR ITSELF!” FDR 1st Inaugural Address 1933

    5. “December 7, 1941 -- a day that will live in infamy…. FDR calls for a declaration of war

    6. “Fireside Chats”FDR uses radio

    7. HARRY S. TRUMAN – Fair Deal • 1948 Election

    8. 1948 upset winner

    9. JOHN F. KENNEDYNew Frontier    “We stand at the edge of a New Frontier – the frontier of unfulfilled hopes and dreams……..” • nomination speech, 1960

    10. JFK • ask not what your country can do for you - ask what you can do for your country!  • Inaugural Speech • January 1961

    11. Let the word go forth….. That the torch has been passed to a New Generation of Americans….

    12. Lyndon B. Johnson (LBJ)The Great Society • “The Great Society…. demands an end to poverty and racial injustice….” • LBJ * Did more for Civil Rights than previous presidents

    13. #2 Weimar Republic • Multi-party system • Nazis won a plurality of votes • BUT not a majority • NAZI party was more unified than others

    14. #3 Kristallnacht“Night of the Crystal” • First organized attack on Jews • November 9 – 10, 1938

    15. #5 Anschluss • Hitler: born in Austria; Union make him German

    16. #6 Sudetenland • Region included German-speaking population • Munich Pact gives Germany the region in Sept 1938 • By March Germany takes over all of Czechoslovakia

    17. #7 Munich Conference 1938 • Associated with Appeasement • French and British leaders “gave” Czechoslovakia’s Sudetenland to Hitler • Hoped to achieve peace by appeasing an aggressor like Hitler

    18. #7 Neville Chamberlain • British leader associated with appeasement • Tried to appease Hitler • Allowed Germany to take Sudetenland from Czechoslovakia

    19. “Peace in our time” • “Herr Hitler is reasonable…. • “His word can be trusted

    20. # 8. Blitzkrieg - “Lightning Warfare” • Used to invade & conquer POLAND 1939 – starts WWII Carried out by Panzer or German Tank Divisions

    21. START OF WORLD WAR II – Sept. 1939 • Invasion of Poland by Germany • Blitzkrieg: “Lightning Warfare” • Took only ONE month

    22. #9 GULAG [E. Soviet Union]

    23. #10 Fascism • System of govt. that places the well-being of the country as a wholeABOVE the welfare of individuals

    24. When fasces were good!

    25. 11. COMMUNISM (and socialism)

    26. 12. ISOLATIONISM • U.S. policy – remained out of war until 12-8-41

    27. Shintoism“the way of the gods” • Worship of ancestors • Taught that Japan is a nation of gods • Therefore, Japanese superior to all other nations

    28. 14. Imperialism • Desire to acquire or build a territorial or economic empire

    29. A. Heinrich Himmler Head of the Gestapo, Nazi Secret Police Also head of the SSor schutzstaffel [Nazi Elite Guard] 15. MAJORNAZILEADER

    30. #16. Benito Mussolini – “ILDUCE”

    31. # 17 Francisco Franco

    32. Minister of PROPAGANDA Joseph Goebbels

    33. 19. Since 1923, Hitler had outlined his plans for Germany in his book Mein Kampf • Which means “my struggle”

    34. Luftwaffe (Germany)vs. RAF (Britain) • Battle of Britain

    35. Churchill on RAF • “Never have so many owed so much to so few”

    36. Winston Churchill • Radio Address • “We shall defend our island whatever the costmay be … we shall fight on beaches, landing grounds, in fields, in streets and on the hills. • We shall never surrender…”

    37. Sir Winston Churchill

    38. #21 derFuhrer • LEADER = Adolph Hitler • Called derFührer (The leader)

    39. #22 Gestapo • NAZI • Secret Police

    40. 23. Red Purge or Great Purge • 24. Aggressor • 25. Totalitarian • 26. Propaganda • 27. Appeasement

    41. #28 Winston Churchill • Replaced Chamberlain as • British Prime Minister • Inspirational • Led Britain through low tide of war

    42. #29 Neville Chamberlain • British leader associated with appeasement • Tried to appease Hitler • Allowed Germany to take Sudetenland from Czechoslovakia

    43. Munich Conference 1938 • Associated with Appeasement • French and British leaders “gave” Czechoslovakia’s Sudetenland to Hitler • Hoped to achieve peace by appeasing an aggressor like Hitler

    44. 30. Bernard Montgomery

    45. 31. Dwight Eisenhower

    46. 32 • FDR –1941 • Harry S. Truman - 1945

    47. #33 NUREMBERG LAWS • Stripped Jews of German citizenship • Severely restricted social interaction with non-Aryans > Marriage > Pre-marital relations > Schools > Public facilities

    48. #35 Mussolini’s Fascist Beliefs • Anti-Democratic • Anti-Communist • Favored Dictatorship • Favored Militarism • Strongly Nationalistic

    49. #34 & #36 Rise of Fascism in Italy • a. 1922 – Benito Mussoliniseizes power after intimidating king with “MARCH on ROME” • b. Mussolini’s armed supporters are known as the BLACK SHIRTS c. With their assistance, Italy becomes totalitarian dictatorship