World War IIThere are three parts to this unit.1.European nonviolence2.European violence3.The PacificChapter 15, Section 2...
Part 1:European Nonviolence• Your goal: Understand what led up to the battles of  World War II.
Nonviolence, 1919–1939                                   Time Line 1919 Weimar         1933 Hitler  1936          1938    ...
What’s wrong with the     Treaty of Versailles?1.   Impossible interest2.   Great Depression3.   All war guilt on Germany4...
Adolf Hitler
Der Fuhrer
Nazi Party•National Socialist German Workers Party•Anti-Communism•Anti-Versailles Treaty•Became the largest German politic...
Mein Kampf  • Book written by Adolf Hitler when  he was in prison  •Described what he wanted to do  for Germany
Hitler’s simple list of goals.1. Set aside the treaty. (Ignore it.)2. Unify all the Germans.3. Get more land and soil for ...
lebensraum
NaziOlympics1936 Berlin                 How              Embarrassing!
Hitler Youth   Indoctrinating thechildren into Nazism
Anti-Semitism            racism directed at Jews
Anti-Semitism        Beginning 1933, the Nazis passed        laws restricting the rights of Jews.
Kristallnacht                   Night of the                  broken glass                November 1938
Rhineland       Valley along the Rhine River       between France and Germany
Rhineland mapRhineland
Hitler took a chance.He guessed that theLeague of Nationswouldn’t try to stop him.1936: Hitler senttroops to the Rhineland...
Rhineland definitionWhat is it?              River valley between Germany and FranceHow does it relate to World War II?   ...
Rome-Berlin AxisWhat is it?               An alliance between Italy and Germany.How does it relate to World War II?       ...
Where isRome?Where isBerlin?
Anschluss                 This word means the                 unification of                 Austria and Germany.         ...
Sudetenland  Sudetenland
SudetenlandRemember Hitler’splan to unifyall Germans?There were lotsof Germans in                 Hitler demandedthe Sudet...
Munich ConferenceFrance and Britainprepared for war todefendCzechoslovakia.Mussolini suggestedthey talk it out.           ...
Munich ConferenceHitler convincedFrance and Britainthat he would besatisfied with theSudetenland, andwould not push formor...
Trying to resolvea conflict bygiving someonewhat they wantis calledappeasement                    British Prime Minister  ...
Many peoplein the USbelieved weshouldn’t getinvolved.  isolationismDidn’t welearn fromWorld War I?
NonaggressionPact -- 1939Hitler and Stalinagreed to befriends for 10 years.They did NOT likeeach other.Hitler got part ofP...
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World War II Slideshow Part One

  1. 1. World War IIThere are three parts to this unit.1.European nonviolence2.European violence3.The PacificChapter 15, Section 2 through 4Chapter 16, Section 1 through 4
  2. 2. Part 1:European Nonviolence• Your goal: Understand what led up to the battles of World War II.
  3. 3. Nonviolence, 1919–1939 Time Line 1919 Weimar 1933 Hitler 1936 1938 1938 Munich Republic named German Rome-Berlin Sudetenland Conference established. chancellor. axis1919 1939 1929 Great 1936 Rhineland 1938 Anschluss 1939 Germany and Depression Soviet Union sign begins. nonaggression pact.
  4. 4. What’s wrong with the Treaty of Versailles?1. Impossible interest2. Great Depression3. All war guilt on Germany4. Germany did not agree to it.5. Not everyone gets paid.
  5. 5. Adolf Hitler
  6. 6. Der Fuhrer
  7. 7. Nazi Party•National Socialist German Workers Party•Anti-Communism•Anti-Versailles Treaty•Became the largest German political partyin 1932
  8. 8. Mein Kampf • Book written by Adolf Hitler when he was in prison •Described what he wanted to do for Germany
  9. 9. Hitler’s simple list of goals.1. Set aside the treaty. (Ignore it.)2. Unify all the Germans.3. Get more land and soil for Germany.
  10. 10. lebensraum
  11. 11. NaziOlympics1936 Berlin How Embarrassing!
  12. 12. Hitler Youth Indoctrinating thechildren into Nazism
  13. 13. Anti-Semitism racism directed at Jews
  14. 14. Anti-Semitism Beginning 1933, the Nazis passed laws restricting the rights of Jews.
  15. 15. Kristallnacht Night of the broken glass November 1938
  16. 16. Rhineland Valley along the Rhine River between France and Germany
  17. 17. Rhineland mapRhineland
  18. 18. Hitler took a chance.He guessed that theLeague of Nationswouldn’t try to stop him.1936: Hitler senttroops to the Rhineland. He was right. Nobody stopped him.
  19. 19. Rhineland definitionWhat is it? River valley between Germany and FranceHow does it relate to World War II? Hitler sent troops there in 1936 before the war began.Why is it important? The Treaty of Versailles prohibited troops in the Rhineland, but when Hitler invaded, the League of Nations did nothing to stop him.
  20. 20. Rome-Berlin AxisWhat is it? An alliance between Italy and Germany.How does it relate to World War II? It began in 1936 after Hitler occupied the Rhineland. It joined Hitler and Mussolini as allies during World War II.Why is it important? Mussolini saw Hitler’s growing strength and thought it best to join forces. This is where the potential for world war increased dramatically.
  21. 21. Where isRome?Where isBerlin?
  22. 22. Anschluss This word means the unification of Austria and Germany. 1938: Hitler takes over AustriaThis was prohibited in the treaty, but … League of Nations does nothing.
  23. 23. Sudetenland Sudetenland
  24. 24. SudetenlandRemember Hitler’splan to unifyall Germans?There were lotsof Germans in Hitler demandedthe Sudetenland. that Czechoslovakia give him the Sudetenland.
  25. 25. Munich ConferenceFrance and Britainprepared for war todefendCzechoslovakia.Mussolini suggestedthey talk it out. In 1938, Britain, France, Germany and Italy met
  26. 26. Munich ConferenceHitler convincedFrance and Britainthat he would besatisfied with theSudetenland, andwould not push formore. France and Britain thought that they had avoided war by giving Hitler what he wanted.
  27. 27. Trying to resolvea conflict bygiving someonewhat they wantis calledappeasement British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain
  28. 28. Many peoplein the USbelieved weshouldn’t getinvolved. isolationismDidn’t welearn fromWorld War I?
  29. 29. NonaggressionPact -- 1939Hitler and Stalinagreed to befriends for 10 years.They did NOT likeeach other.Hitler got part ofPoland, and oneless enemy.Stalin got part ofPoland. Wonder How Long the Honeymoon Will Last?

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