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7.03 Between the Fires: Assessment

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Cheyanna Ellenburg

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Transcript of 7.03 Between the Fires: Assessment

7.03 Between the Fires: Assessment
By: Cheyanna Ellenburg

Similarities
Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini
Economic Conditions
Both suffering from a depression caused by WW1
Inflation and Unemployment on the rise
Social Conditions
Both men had negative views of the Treaty of Versailles
Germany and italy both in depression due to the cost of WW1
Goals and Aims
Both had wished to expand there empires as far as they could
Both desired world domination
Adolf Hitler: Germany
Economic Conditions
Hyperinflation occurred
WW1 put the economy in ruins
Social Conditions
After the war Germany was very weak from all the funds they had to put into the war
He stepped in when Germany was weak and offered salvation
Goals and Aims
Wanted to cleans Germany off all except Aryans
Wanted everyone to fit his mold and if they didn't they would be exterminated
Benito Mussolini: Italy
Economic Conditions
The war had took up a lot of industrial resources
Italy was suffering from the remnants of WW1
Social Conditions
Italians felt unrepresented in the Treaty of Versailles
A swift rise in nationalism, from a depression from the war, paved the way for Mussolini
Goals and Aims
He wanted to make Italy great and powerful
he only wanted power within his own country's borders
Summary
Hitler and Mussolini both came to power after Germany and Italy was left in a state of turmoil from World War 1. They both told the people they would make the countries great again. In Germany and Italy, due to great times of depression, the majority were willing to return there country back to the way it was before the war. They both aimed from world domination and to spread there beliefs across the world.
They had a lot of differences. Hyperinflation occured in Germany and the war put the economy in ruins. Germany was very weak from all the funds they had to put into the war and it paved the way for Hitler to come into power. He offered the people salvation. He wanted to cleanse Germany of all except Aryans and anyone who did not fit his mold would be exterminated. Italy lost alot of industrial resources in the war. A swift rise in nationalism paved the way for Mussolini to come into power. He wanted to make Italy great again and as long as he had power within his country's boarders he was fine.
They shared a few similarities. Both Hitler and Mussolini had negative views of the Treaty of Versailles. They both wanted to expand there empires as far as they could and both desired world domination. In both countries inflation and unemployment was on the rise. Both countries were suffering from a depression caused by World War 1.
They both suffered from the Great Depression of the American Economy and Hitler and Mussolini stepped in and offered there countries salvation in a time of need in order to win over there votes and take over the government.
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