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Major events between WWI AND WWII
Transcript of Major events between WWI AND WWII
This treaty blamed Germany for the starting the war and this made Germany mad. Mein Kampf 1925 Mein Kampf is a book by Adolf Hitler. It includes part of autobiography with Hitler's political ideology.
His book promoted ideas that a weak government was why they lost the war. He blamed the Jews for the weak government and this helped with the formation of the NAZIs The Munich Agreement stated that Hitler could have the Sudetenland region of Czechoslovakia but he had to promise not to invade the rest of Czechoslovakia. Hitler broke this agreement in 1939 and invaded Czechoslovakia. However, some action was now necessary and believing that Poland would be Hitler's next target, both Britain and France promised that they would take military action against Hitler if he invaded Poland. German troops invaded Poland on 1st September 1939. By: Ryan Curry Major Events Between WWI And WWII Adolf Hitler left school at the age of sixteen and went to Vienna where he hoped to enter the Academy and become a painter. His application to enter the academy was rejected when he was 17 years old and a year later his mother died from cancer. His father had died four years earlier and with no relatives that wanted to support him Adolf Hitler found himself living rough on the streets of Vienna. He became interested in politics. In 1920, the party was formed and was renamed the National Socialist German Worker’s Party – NAZIs. The Nazi party later killed Jews and this made many countries furious at Germany Business closed their doors, factories shut down and banks failed. Farm income fell about 50 percent. By 1932 about one out of every four Americans was unemployed. Vittorio Orlando, David Lloyd George, Georges Clemenceau and Woodrow Wilson was the four people that signed the treaty Enabling Act 1933 Luftwaffe 1935 Conscription Feb. 26 1935 The Final Solution 1942 Kristallnacht Nov. 1938 Axis Alliances Oct. 25 1936 The Enabling Act gave Hitler power to make laws without consulting the Reichstag for a period of four years. Hitler started to become dictator, He banned trade unions and all other political parties, the Nazis took control of all local government and Germany withdrew from the League of Nations. When President Hindenburg died in August 1934 Hitler combined the position of Chancellor and President and made himself Fuhrer of Germany.
As Fuhrer, Hitler began building his Third Reich. Ignoring the terms of the Treaty of Versailles he began building up the army and weapons. Hitler ordered Hermann Goering to establish the Luftwaffe. The Luftwaffe was a German airforce. The Luftwaffe was in defiance of the terms of the Treaty of Versailles. Hitler announced that the German Army was to be expanded. Conscription was introduced. This was against the Treaty of Versailles. This was the plan made by Hitler to eliminate all Jews. The other countries were made mad by this. Hitler Becomes Dictator Jan. 1933 Germany and Italy signed what they called the Treaty of Friendship, Thus making them allies. Invasion of Poland Sep. 1 1939
During Kristallnacht Jewish shops and synagogues were destroyed. After the event the Jewish population was fined for the destruction. Italy Invades Abyssinia 1935 Italy invaded Abyssinia. The Abyssinians did not have the strength to withstand an attack by Italy and went to the League of Nations for help. The League condemned the attack and called on member states to impose trade restrictions with Italy. Britain and France did not want to risk Italy making an attack on them Germany invaded Poland and Italy and France declared war on Germany. By January 1933, Hitler and the Nazi party controlled Germany. Hitler became a dictator, a leader with complete control. The Nazis punished all people who were against who were against their rule. They outlawed all other political parties. People who opposed the new regime were often murdered.