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What action taken by Japan in 1931 would have far-reaching
What action taken by Japan in 1931 would have far-reaching

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What 1938 meeting between two leaders failed to forestall World War II What 1939 action began World War II What was the political system of the allied countries Czechoslovakia was one of the first countries to become dominated by Germany Looking at the map give two reasons for this ID: 541148 Download Presentation

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What action taken by Japan in 1931 would have far-reaching global consequences?What 1938 meeting between two leaders failed to forestall World War II?What 1939 action began World War II?What was the political system of the allied countries?Czechoslovakia was one of the first countries to become dominated by Germany. Looking at the map, give two reasons for this.

Textbook pages 566-567Slide2

World War IIThe Road to WarSlide3

The collapse of the American economy sent shock waves around the worldThe US raised tariffs to make Americans buy American products (backfired)Other nations raised their tariffs and world trade dropped by 65%US bankers demanded repayment of overseas loans and investors withdrew their money from the European market

The Depression Goes GlobalSlide4

Austria’s largest bank failed and caused a panic throughout EuropeThe Japanese economy slumpedLatin America hit hard as US market for products dried upThe worldwide crisis spread rapidlySlide5
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Millions of people lost faith in democratic governments and led to the rise of fascism and many countries were falling to dictatorsBy mid-1930s powerful nations fell into two categories—democratic and totalitarianFascist leaders willing to use aggressive military action drifted the world toward warSlide7

Causes of the WarWorld War I

Depression/InflationImperialism

Rise of Dictators

Appeasement

Isolationism

Treaty of Versailles 1919Slide8

‘ISM’s of WWIITotalitarianism

NationalismImperialism

Isolationism— United States

Militarism— Japan

Communism— U.S.S.R

Fascism--- Italy

Nazism— GermanySlide9
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Rise of the Dictators handoutRead pages in chapter 17 complete the information about the various dictators. Activity:Slide11