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1930's Rise of Facism and The Start of WWII
Transcript of 1930's Rise of Facism and The Start of WWII
The major causes
Treaty of Versailles
Rise of Italian Fascism
Rise of Hitler and The Nazi Party
Fascism in Italy
After the war Europe suffered economic problems. At this time the 20's was known as the roaring 20's in America was what was keeping trade happening in Europe. And when the stock market crashed it was an effect worldwide. With all of this the people starting putting their hope into the hands of leaders and people who promised they out of this big mess.
Nationalism is when one believes that their leader is more powerful compared to others. When nationalism is taken to far, this could lead to a lot of problems between different nations. Leading into WWII leaders such as Hitler, Mussolini and Tojo who was Japans leader at the time practiced nationalism in their countries, by making them think they were the all and powerful country.
1930's Rise of Fascism and The Start of WWII
Treaty of Versailles
When WWI ended, the countries that had defeated Germany; the big four; Italy prime Minister Orlando, France Prime Minister Clemenceau, British Prime Minister George and The U.S President Wilson sort the perfect opportunities to get revenge on Germany and make them pay for what they'd done. So they wrote the Treaty forcing Germany to take all blame, and to pay for all the damages done even if the Germans had nothing to do with it. They also took some of their lands as their own, put restrictions on the Germans army, disarmament and the Germans couldn't join the League of Nations which the Big Four also created at this time. All of this lead to a angry Germany.
Hitler and the Nazi
During this depression Hitler was one of those the people looked upon. And the more the unemployment increases and other poverty so did the voting towards Hitler and the Nazi; his party.
BY: Armanda Fonseca De Resendes, Anthony Greco and Cristian Bellini
Fascism is a form of government in which there is only one leader with their party. And they have total control of their state and will not allow anyone to be against them.
Under the rule of Benito Mussolini in 1922, Italy was under fascism which he founded.
In 1931, Japan started to invade countries for their raw goods such as the place Manchuria. They also started invading China, then afterward they were in war with the Soviet Union.
Communism is another form of government in which the government in charge with things to do with society such as means of production, medias and also property. Both communism and fascism are forms of totalitarianism government although fascism over ruled communism. Hitler a fascist leader used communism to his favor by making people fear having a communist leader therefore making him the best choice.
Appeasement is when someone agrees with what the enemy wants just in hope of not starting a war. Hitler in 1938 demanded Sudetenland from Czechoslovakia. And because Britain and France didn't want to start up another war they went behind Czechoslovakia backs and gave Germany what they wanted.
Militarism is when one glorifies over war. To prepare for war nations would upgrade their military, weapons anything to do with battle. They would introduce militarism into anything they possibly can even in youth education. And this isn't anything new that start it has been something that has been present in our history for years and years.
Isolationism in American
Because of the failure of the treaty of Kellogg Briand the Americans started re-thinking about their involvement world wide. And since they were going through their great depression they only wanted to focus on their own problems and not get their hands in other countries problems. That is also why they stayed neutral while the rest of Europe had conflicts. All this resulting in Europeans democracies to start to weaken.