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US Chapter 21 Section 1
Transcript of US Chapter 21 Section 1
ANOTHER WORLD WAR CHAPTER 21 SECTION 1 FRANCO STALIN MUSSOLINI HITLER DICTATORS THAN SHWE - BURMA OMAR AL-BASHIR - SUDAN KING ABDULLAH – SAUDI ARABIA XI JINPING - CHINA KIM JONG UN– NORTH KOREA DICTATORS OF TODAY'S WORLD Mahmoud
Ahmadinejad DICTATORS STRONG LEADERS EUROPE 1) Countries in ___________________ were repairing
the damage from WWI in the 1920s.
They turned to ___________________ to become
strong once again.
2) Many nations turned to _______________________
to seek for answers to their problems. 30 MILLION JOSEPH STALIN UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLICS REVOLUTION COMMUNIST REVOLUTION 3) In 1917, a ______________________ broke out in
After the _______________________, Russia had its
name changed to the
In 1924, a dictator named _______________________
More than ________________________ were killed under
his rule in the Soviet Union. PRIME MINISTER FASCIST BENITO MUSSOLINI ECONOMY GOVERNMENT ITALY 4) _________________ was not a defeated country in
Italy’s _____________________ and ____________________ grew
weak after WWI.
People turned to________________________!
In 1919, he started the __________________ Party.
In 1922, he became _____________________. COMPLETE TOTALITARIAN KILLED BEATEN ARRESTED 5) When people spoke out against the new
governments of Italy and the Soviet Union,
they were often ___________________, ____________ or
These governments became __________________________
This type of government has _________________
control over the lives of its citizens. PUNISHED ADOLF HITLER NAZI NATIONAL SOCIALIST GERMAN WORKERS’ PARTY GERMANY 6) _____________________ suffered more than any other
country after WWI.
The __________________________________ or “___________” Party
took over in Germany in the late 1920s.
In 1933, _______________________ became chancellor of
He reminded people that Germany was
_____________________ more than any other
country after the war. YELLOW STARS – “STAR OF DAVID” JEWS COMMUNISTS JEWS MASTER RACE SUPERIOR He thought that Germans were ____________________ (or
better) than other people.
He called Germans the “__________________”.
He blamed ______________ and ______________________ for
Germany’s economic problems.
In 1935, he said _______________ were no longer
He forced them to wear the _____________________________ SUDETENLAND AUSTRIA APPEASEMENT NOTHING BRITAIN RHINELAND BOUNDARIES In 1936, he decided to move beyond Germany’s
He moved troops into the _______________________
between France and Germany.
France and ___________________ were upset but did
Each country followed the policy of
___________________________ to keep peace.
In 1938, Germany took control of _________________.
Germany then took control of the _______________________ in
Czechoslovakia. CZECHOSLOVAKIA SUDETENLAND MUNICH 7) In 1938, Britain, France, Italy and Germany
met at the ____________ Conference.
An agreement was made that Hitler could
keep the _______________________ as long as
he did not invade any other country.
8) In 1939, Germany took control of
____________________________. DENMARK, NORWAY, NETHERLANDS, BELIGIUM, LUXEMBOURG AND FRANCE WORLD WAR II GREAT BRITAIN FRANCE POLAND POLAND STALIN 9) In August of 1939, Hitler and ___________________
signed an agreement to attack _____________________ and
divide it amongst each other.
On September 1, 1939, Hitler took over all of ___________________.
________________ and __________________ declared war on Germany!
___________________ had begun!
10) In 1940 Germany invaded
_____________________________________________________________________ SCAPEGOATS ANTI-SEMITISM FREEMASONS HOMOSEXUALS GYPSIES MURDER 1) Holocaust – systematic ________________ of 11
million Jews and other people in Europe by NAZIs
Other groups = _________, _______________, ___________________,
Catholics, Russians, mentally ill and disabled
people, Jehovah’s witness
2) Rise of _______________________ - hatred of Jews
Jews were _____________________ for Germany’s
problems post-WWI THE HOLOCAUST GYPSIES STORMTROOPERS KRISTALLNACHT NUREMBERG LAWS 3) 1935 – ________________________ strip Jews of
4) November 9, 1938 – ___________________ – “Night
of Broken Glass”
German __________________attacked Jewish
homes, businesses and synagogues UNTERMESCHEN GENOCIDE CONCENTRATION CAMPS FINAL SOLUTION 5) “The _____________________” began – get rid
of the “Jewish problem”
Healthy Jews were sent to ______________________
Others sent to extermination camps – “__________________” began
All “____________________” – or “subhumans” would
be eliminated SOVIETS 6 MILLION AUSCHWITZ DEATH CAMPS CONCENTRATION CAMPS GHETTOS 6) Jews were forced to live in _________________ and
also sent to _____________________________
7) 1941- six ________________________ were built - 6,000
were killed per day
______________________ and Belzec were two sites of
8) By the end, nearly ____________________ Jews, 3
million ________________ and 1 million Poles were dead HOLOCAUST DICTATOR – a ruler with complete control in a country
FASCIST - a member of a political party who supports extreme nationalism and a dictator
NAZI – a member of a political party in Germany led by Adolf Hitler – known as the National Socialist German Workers Party (NSDAP = NASOS = NAZI)
APPEASEMENT – the policy of giving in to someone’s demands in order to keep peace VOCABULARY Holocaust – systematic killing of more than 11 million people from 1941-1945 by the NAZIs
Genocide – systematic and deliberate killing of an entire race of people
Kristallnacht – “Night of Broken Glass” where NAZIs used viloence against Jews Vocabulary