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World War 1/ Treaty of Versailles/ Hitler's rise
Transcript of World War 1/ Treaty of Versailles/ Hitler's rise
The Dual Alliance Germany and Austria-Hungary, against Russia 1881 Austro-Serbian Alliance Austria-Hungary and Serbia against Russia 1882
The Triple Alliance Germany and Austria-Hungary with Italy 1914
Triple Entente Britain, Russia and
Triple Entente Russia France and
Anglo-Russian Entente Britain and Russia 1894
Franco-Russian Alliance Russia, France against Germany and Austria-Hungary 1904
Entente Cordiale Agreement between
France and Britain. U.S. was determined to not involve themselves Allies - Britain, France, Russia (Serbia, Belgium, U.S.A.)
Central Powers - Germany Austria-Hungary and Italy (Turkey) U.S. declared war on Germany April 1917 November 11, 1918 armistice
June 28, 1918 Treaty of Versailles Sent Germany into a deep, deep recession with hyperinflation. Significance then Impact now 1879
Dual Alliance Germany and Austria against Russia 1914
Triple Entente Britain, Russia, and
Austro-Serbian Alliance Austria-Hungary and Serbia against Russia 1907
Triple Entente Britain, Russia, and France against Germany 1907
Anglo-Russian Entente Agreement between Russia and Britain 1904
Entente Cordiale Agreement between
France and Britain 1894
Franco-Russian Alliance Russia and France against Germany and Austria-Hungary 1882
The Triple Alliance Germany
Austria-Hungary and Italy Marks the beginning of the decline in Europe Stimulated US economy, more jobs, higher wages. Allowed the US to emerge as the greatest power in the world. "The Effects of World War I." The Effects of World War I. N.p., n.d. Web. 9 Sept. 2012. <http://www2.sunysuffolk.edu/westn/effectww1.html>. Effects of terrorism became more worldwide from the assassination Learned that war internationally can lead to civil wars, which have no limit. Technology can expand warfare much faster and more rapidly than leaders con control. How high of a price is victory? Still asking that question today. PBS. PBS, n.d. Web. 9 Sept. 2012. <http://www.pbs.org/greatwar/thenandnow/index.html>. Big 4 determined fate of Germany, signed Treaty that stated Germany was to take all the blame for initiating WW1. Treaty of Versailles Hitler's rise to power Introduction Causes The Event Significance Impact Conclusion Bibliography Resentment in the German people Hitler admired the leadership and organization of political parties. The German economy
People needed somebody to follow The armistice troubled Hitler, the unity of Germany was being threatened, and he felt he should save his country. The German workers party-National Socialist German Worker's Party While in prison, Hitler wrote Mein Kampf, became the ideological base for the Nazi party 27,000 members in 1925 to108,000 members in 1929 Unemployment, frustration, and hate led people to believe they would have better lives under Hitler. June 1934 - Hitler becomes Fuehrer and Reich Chancellor Ended democracy in Germany, Enabling Act Hitler - catalyst to the Holocaust and World War 2 Jews
- stripped of their rights
-concentration camps/ ghettos
-mass murder 96 countries 56 million people - World War 2
5 million Jews - Holocaust Nuclear weaponry U.S. is a superpower Lasting fear of Communism President of the U.S. makes decisions about foreign policy. United Nations The German people wanted a strong leader,
Hitler used propaganda, fear, and hate to rise into a position of power. Introduction Stated Germany had to pay all war damages, which led to them going into a deep recession, allowing Hitler to rise and take Control. Impact- Indirectly a cause of WW2 and the damage that Hitler did to Germany and the world. http://www.historyonthenet.com/WW1/images/alliiancearrow.gif
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