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Module 7 DBA

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Samantha Stelmaszek

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Module 7 DBA
•causes of World War I including the formation of European alliances and the roles of imperialism, nationalism, and militarism
•how governments responded to the Great Depression
•the restriction of individual rights and the use of mass terror against populations in the Soviet Union, Nazi Germany, and occupied territories
•the changing nature of warfare during World War I
There were aircraft's, Which contained Machine guns, Zeppelin (blimp) that would drop bombs, Gases that killed anyone who inhaled them, Tanks which kept the people inside safe, submarines which were hard to find when submerged, and helped with surprise attacks, and machine guns, which was helpful on large attack battles.
•effects of World War I
World war 1 effected the Russian Revolution. The Russian forces lacked training, supplies, numbers, and morale. lost battle after battle against the Germans. This showed the Russians that their country was no longer able to match the powers of Central and Western Europe. In addition, the economic effects of the war hurt the entire population.

US wanted to stay out, but german sub destroyed ship that killed alot of ppl. ppl gort angry so US joined in and made propergandas. 07.02 Pg. 4
League of Nations formed
•causes and effects of the German economic crisis of the 1920s and the global depression of the 1930s
Causes: German economic crisis
In 1919 at the palace of Versailles just outside of Paris, France, a peace treaty between the Allies and the Germans was signed. In it, Germany officially accepted the blame for causing World War I. As punishment, and as a way to pay back to the victors what the war had cost, Germany agreed to pay reparations, 131 billion gold marks. Eventually, Germany and the Allies worked out a payment schedule for reparations by implementing the Dawes Plan. This plan allowed Germany to negotiate huge loans from the United States which resulted in increased employment. In the latter half of the 20s, things in Germany were beginning to look hopeful again.
Global Depression:

•the rise of authoritarian governments in the Soviet Union, Italy, Germany, and Spain, and analyze the policies and main ideas of Vladimir Lenin, Joseph Stalin, Benito Mussolini, Adolf Hitler, and Francisco Franco
07.03 pg. 3 chart has Mussolini, Adolf Hitler, and Francisco Franco.
•causes and key events related to World War II
After Germany having to be claimed guilty and pay money after world war one, they strike agian with the Nazis, and hitler.
•Allied wartime strategy and post-war plans
•territorial adjustments would be made taking into consideration the people that it affected.
•the U.S. and Great Britain did not seek territorial gains as a result of the war’s outcome.
•nations would have free access to raw materials.
•self-determination was a right of all people
•an effort would be made to lower trade barriers.
•social welfare and global economic cooperation were recognized as being important.
•nations would work together to prevent fear.
•freedom of the seas was stated as being of importance.
•nations would work cooperatively towards disarmament

•causes and effects of President Truman's decision to drop the atomic bombs on Japan
Hiroshima had been chosen because it was a military command center as well as a communications, troop assembly, and supply point for the Japanese army. It had not suffered previous bomb damage, and it was also located in a level area where resulting damage could be easily assessed. Nagasaki was a military port city and shipbuilding center. It was not as effective a target as Hiroshima to the U.S. military because it had suffered previous bomb damage, and it would be difficult to tell (from a scientific standpoint) how much damage the atomic bomb would cause. The original target had been the city of Kokura, but bad weather forced the bomber plane to choose the second potential target, Nagasaki, instead.The immediate effects of the nuclear bombs were devastating. Approximately 70,000 people died in Hiroshima, most of them from burns or falling debris, and 40,000 died in Nagasaki. The shock wave and the winds created by the nuclear explosion leveled the cities, leaving only a few concrete buildings and walls still standing. Four square miles, or approximately sixty percent, of Hiroshima was destroyed.However, the initial damage of the bombing—burns, injuries and deaths from debris, and the structural damage—would only be the beginning. There was more invisible damage which would be even more devastating, and which would last much longer. Those who survived got radiation poisoning form the bombs. Three Non-Nuclear Principals: a statement issued in 1967, in which Japan stated that it would neither possess nor manufacture nuclear weapons, nor permit them to be introduced into Japanese territory

•the causes, events, and effects of the Holocaust (1933-1945) including its roots in the long tradition of anti-Semitism, 19th century ideas about race and nation, and Nazi dehumanization of the Jews and other victims
Anti-Semitism: Anti-Semitism began during the Middle Ages when some Europeans blamed the Jewish people for the death of Jesus. As a result, these people also blamed Jews for other problems, such as the Black Death. Jews began to be persecuted and treated as outcasts.
19th century ideas about race and nations:Some nations believed that they were better than others,
The Nazis threw jews and other victims into concentration camps. I any one were to help them they qould be trialed and killed. jews were beaten, raped, starved and killed.
•cultural, historical, and economic factors and governmental policies that created the opportunities for ethnic cleansing or genocide in Cambodia, the Balkans, Rwanda, and Darfur, and various governmental and non-governmental responses to them
•effects of World War II
Germany was divided into four occupation zones. Each zone was controlled by a separate Ally: Great Britain, France, the U.S., and the Soviet Union. Korea had been part of the Empire of Japan from 1910 until the end of World War II. When Japan surrendered in World War II, the Korean Peninsula was split along the 38th parallel. the United Nations were created. UN headquarters was made in New York so that the United states would not back out.
07.01 Allies and Enemys Pg 1
Mania Chart

Tariffs were placed on imports, and fewer products from other countries were being sent to America. This policy was done to support domestic manufacturing and thereby help the economy. This plan failed. In 1932, Franklin D. Roosevelt became the president of the United States. This plan had three main goals: provide relief for those in need, provide jobs and encourage business, and reform the government and businesses to prevent another depression ( Plan was called the New Deal).government spent large amount of money to aid the recovery. spending of money caused it to circulate and thereby helped the economy.
Leinn, Staliln Pg 4
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