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  • Welcome to Prelude to War!
  • The terms of the Treaty of Versailles imposed upon Germany at the end World War I sowed the seeds of World War 2 by stripping Germany of territory and requiring her to pay huge reparations to the victorious powers. The demands in Germany for vengeance were given added stimulus when Adolf Hitler and the Nazi party came to power in January 1933. By early 1939 Germany had thrown off the shackles of the Versailles treaty, remilitarised the Rhineland introduced conscription, annexed Austria and occupied Czechoslovakia. The seeds of war were almost ripe!
  • 1919 hitler mustacheAfter the death of his father Alois in 1903 and of his mother Klara in 1907, Hitler moved to Vienna in 1908 to study art and architecture, but failed to be admitted to the Academy of Fine Arts, earned a meager living painting postcards. 
  • World war 2

    1. 1. WORLD WAR 2The Bloodiest War. Ever.
    2. 2. Issues Behind WWII• Unsatisfactory peace treaties of World War I • Versailles • Saint-Germain-en-Laye • Neuilly-sur-Seine • Trianon • Sèvres• The Great Depression in the early 1930s,• Totalitarian Regimes • Germany • Italy • Japan
    3. 3. Unsatisfactory Peace TreatiesWorld War I radically altered the political map, with the defeatof the Central Powers,• Austria-Hungary• Germany• The Ottoman Empire• 1917 Bolshevik revolotion Russia And Winners • France • Belgium • Italy • Greece • Romania
    4. 4. Great Depression• 1 USD 81 German Mark 1921• 1 USD 1 million Mark 1923• 1913 to 1922 price rise 1475 times• 1922 to 1923 rise is 1,421,900
    5. 5. Deutschland über alles 30/01/1933• Hitler appointed Chancellor of Germany by President Paul vonHindenburg. 13/03/1933• Joseph Goebbels is made Reich Minister for Public Enlightenmentand Propaganda. 01/04/1933• Nazis Boycott of Jewish owned shops. 14/07/1933• Nazi party declared official party of Germany; all other partiesbanned. 21/10/1933• German Chancellor Adolf Hitler withdraws Germany from theLeague of Nations.
    6. 6. EEE• "Germans defend yourselves! Dont buy from Jews."
    7. 7. Ein Volk, ein Reich, ein Führer 02/08/1934• With the death of President Paulvon Hindenburg, Chancellor AdolfHitler assumes the office of ReichPresident as well. The Wehrmachtoath of allegiance is changed to bedirectly to Adolf Hitler. 19/08/1934• Hitler combines the offices ofpresident and chancellor andassumes the title of Führer."Yes! Leader, We Follow You!"
    8. 8. 13/01/1935• In a plebiscite, the Saarregion decides to unite withGermany. 16/03/1935• Adolf Hitler denounces thedisarmament clauses of theVersailles Treaty. He announcesthat Germany will introducecompulsory military service,thereby creating an army of 36divisions. Germany alsoannounces the existence of theLuftwaffe, which directlyinfringes upon the Treaty ofVersailles, which forbidsGermany to have an airforce.
    9. 9. War comming 10/02/1936• The Gestapo is placed above German Law. 17/07/1936• Spanish Civil War breaks out; Hitler and Mussolini send aid toFranco. 25/10/1936• Rome-Berlin «Axis» alliance formed. 23/11/1936• Germany signs an Anti-Comintern Pact with Japan, whichcommits them to cooperate in defense against internationalCommunism.
    10. 10. Italy, Japan, Germany vs World 19/01/1937• Japan withdraws from Washington Conference Treaty limitingthe size of its navy. 06/11/1937• Italy signs the Anti-Comintern Pact, joining Germany andJapan.
    11. 11. Anschluss 20/02/1938• Adolf Hitler makes a speech in which he demands self-determination for Germans of Austria and Czechoslovakia 12/03/1938• Germany announces «Anschluss» (Union) with Austria, asGerman forces cross the border. 10/11/1938• Adolf Hitler set the press the task of preparing the germanpeople for war. 28/11/1938• Laws are announced in Germany that prevent Jews fromobtaining driving licences or visiting theatres, concerts andcinemas.
    12. 12. 5 months before 17/03/1939• Edouard Daladier announces that France intends to increasedefence spending. 03/04/1939• Adolf Hitler issues a directive to the Army High Command toprepare for an attack on Poland, code named Fall Weiss (CaseWhite), to be ready to implement by 1st September.
    13. 13. 1939 1 September• Hitler authorizes the killing "without pity or mercy, all men, women and children of Polish descent or language.
    14. 14. War Begins• Nazi Troops enter Poland, 1 September 39’

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