Lessons for Germany

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  • Driven Back to War, World War II - … Concentration camps open 1934 Hitler becomes Fuhrer of Germany 1935 Germany build military 1936 Germany takes Rhineland Spanish Civil War Franco becomes leader … in Sudetenland 1939 March- Germany takes Czechoslovakia May- Italy-Germany Pact Aug.- Soviet Nazi Nonaggression Pact Sept. 1- Germany invade Poland, War declared Nov.- Soviets take Poland 1940 April- Germany invades Denmark and Norway May- Germany invades France, Belgium …
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  • The Rise of Totalitarianism in Europe - … they met to create the treaty, Germany was not invited and the decisions that Germany had to follow were made with out … 100,000 soldiers, and Germany was prohibited from having an air force or submarines. d. Economically, Germany was in terrible shape after … . States. Factories closed, banks failed, and millions became unemployed in Germany. g. The National Socialists (Nazis) came into the situation, which … Project 26 Appendix E, page 2 2. regaining Germany's `proper place' - restore Germany's strength and pride. A couple of the …
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  • N.I.M.S.A and World War I - … where apart of the Russian Empire. Russia and Germany controlled present-day Poland. Germany's control stretches much further north and east … up the Alsace-Lorraine region that France controlled, but border Germany. The Germany states joined together permanently and Wilhelm I, the Prussian … made up the Triple Alliance? a. Germany, Russia, Japan b. Germany, France, Austria-Hungary c. Austria-Hungary, Germany, Italy d. United States, United …
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  • Ending the War to End All Wars - … students: What does the NY Times headline tell you about Germany? o Germany is turmoil, they have a new government, people are … in Germany. In Upper Silesia the majority voted in favor of Germany; the Allies then divided the territory between Poland and Germany. The … , the "Polish Corridor," separated East Prussia from the rest of Germany. Germany surrendered its colonies, and they all became mandated territories under …
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  • Ending the War to End All Wars - … students: What does the NY Times headline tell you about Germany? o Germany is turmoil, they have a new government, people are … in Germany. In Upper Silesia the majority voted in favor of Germany; the Allies then divided the territory between Poland and Germany. The … , the "Polish Corridor," separated East Prussia from the rest of Germany. Germany surrendered its colonies, and they all became mandated territories under …
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  • Flying Against the Wind - … life in England with that of Germany. Students will understand the growing climate of repression in Germany. Students will understand the lure … . • How and why does Germany mask its treatment of its Jewish minority during the 1936 Olympics? Germany is hoping to present itself … way to gain more money for Germany. b. a scapegoat on which to blame all of Germany's problems. c. a reason … homeland and to shape world opinion in Germany's favor. • Why do military victories restore "Germany's national honor"? Why are these …
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  • The Major Conferences of World War II - … war? How were the Allies going to divide up Germany? In regards to Germany, what other aims did the Allies dedicate themselves … TREATMENT OF GERMANY A. POLITICAL PRINCIPLES. 1. In accordance with the Agreement on Control Machinery in Germany, supreme authority in Germany is exercised … of the occupying forces and displaced persons in Germany and essential to maintain in Germany average living standards not exceeding the average …
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  • The Major Conferences of World War II - … war? How were the Allies going to divide up Germany? In regards to Germany, what other aims did the Allies dedicate themselves … TREATMENT OF GERMANY A. POLITICAL PRINCIPLES. 1. In accordance with the Agreement on Control Machinery in Germany, supreme authority in Germany is exercised … of the occupying forces and displaced persons in Germany and essential to maintain in Germany average living standards not exceeding the average …
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  • The Rise of Totalitarianism, the Start of World War II & the US Response - … and France responded by ____ on Germany starting World War II. IX) Germany & Poland Using ____ ____ Germany quickly defeated Poland in a … Falls In May 1940, Germany invaded the Low Countries Belgium, Netherlands, and Luxembourg and quickly defeated them. Germany then focused their attention … why Jewish people desire the overthrow of Nazi Germany. The persecution they suffered in Germany would be sufficient to make bitter enemies …
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  • Map Studies - … ? Back to top Part 3: Comparing Pre-World War II Germany to Germany Today Middle School--Geography, World Cultures, Research, Reading, Critical … Today" and "Part 3: Comparing Pre-World War II Germany to Germany Today," to help you answer the following questions. Compare the … effective speaking ability. Part 3: Comparing Pre-World War II Germany to Germany Today Q1, Q2, Q3--Note changes in German and …
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