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Agenda. 3.25.10. Quiz…. What did France do when Germany ran out of $ for reparation payments? What was the Dawes Plan? What was the Kellogg-Briand Pact? List three causes of the Great Depression. How did the US response to the Depression negatively affect other countries?

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agenda

Agenda

3.25.10

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Quiz…
  • What did France do when Germany ran out of $ for reparation payments?
  • What was the Dawes Plan?
  • What was the Kellogg-Briand Pact?
  • List three causes of the Great Depression.
  • How did the US response to the Depression negatively affect other countries?
  • John Maynard Keynes believed that unemployment was caused by what?
  • Give one example of how FDR’s New Deal helped Americans during the Great Depression.
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Quiz…
  • Occupied Ruhr Valley and controlled mining operations
  • Big US loan to Germany
  • Renounced war as a form of national policy
  • Uneven distribution of wealth, overproduction of agriculture, people defaulting on loans
  • Imposed tariffs that deterred other countries from trading with the US
  • Lack of demand
  • Social security, unemployment insurance, old age pensions, welfare, works progress administration
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Homework – Read pages 563 – 565, New Era in the USSR. Outline everything on ONE PAGE. Stop at one page no matter what.

17 2 the rise of dictatorial regimes
17.2 - The Rise of Dictatorial Regimes
  • Fascism = strong loyalty to the state and obedience to its leader.
  • Fascists promised to fix the economy, punish those responsible for hard times and restore national pride.
  • Liked strong/harsh dictators
benito mussolini
Benito Mussolini
  • Comes to power in Italy
  • Italians were mad that they didn’t get more land after WWI
  • Mussolini took action. Promised to revive economy and publically criticized Italy’s government
  • Eventually 30,000 fascists marched on Rome, and King Victor Emmanuel II gave his power over to Mussolini
mussolini il duce
Mussolini = “Il Duce”
  • Il Duce = “The Leader”
  • Abolished democracy and jailed anyone who didn’t support him
  • Used secret police (OVRA) and censored the media to only promote fascist ideas
  • Used propaganda
  • Outlawed strikes
hitler and nazi germany
Hitler and Nazi Germany
  • Born in Austria, 1889
  • Joined the National Socialist German Workers Party in 1920 (NAZI for short)
  • Believed that the Treaty of Versailles was unfair and that Communism was dangerous
  • Sent to jail after trying to seize power from Weimar Republic.
  • While in jail, wrote Mein Kampf (My Struggle)
    • German nationalism
    • Anti-Semitism
    • Anti-communism
hitler s views
Hitler’s Views
  • Wanted more “lebensraum” (living space) for Germans
  • Blonde and blue-eyed people = superior and members of the Aryan race
  • Hitler was ignored until the Americans stopped giving Germany $ and the German economy collapsed
  • 30% of the German workforce unemployed by 1932.
  • Desperate people looked to Hitler for help.
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Hitler was appointed to “chancellor” of Germany legally

  • Convinced everyone to give him dictatorial control for four years
  • Turned Germany into a totalitarian state
    • SS = protection squad developed solely to protect Hitler, directed by Heinrich Himmler
    • Gestapo = Hitler’s secret police
    • Scared Germans into total obedience
    • Did manage to fix the economy
the fuhrer is supreme
The Fuhrer is Supreme
  • Hitler wanted control over everything
  • Used propaganda; controlled press, radio, literature, film and paintings to promote Nazism
  • Greatly influenced by Social Darwinism
  • By the early 1930s, Hitler had convinced most of the German population that Jews were responsible for all of the country’s problems