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Years of crisis review

  1. 1. Review Game
  2. 2.  Just as things were starting to look up for Germany and the rest of Europe, the briefperiod of prosperity ended in 1929 with crashof the American stock market and the onset of the ___________________________.
  3. 3.  Great Depression
  4. 4.  When Joseph Stalin came to power in Soviet Russia, he started purging his government of any opposition and any citizen who resisted his programs would be executed or sent to the ___________________ in Siberia.
  5. 5.  Gulags
  6. 6.  In 1935, the Nazis passed the “____________________,” whichprevented Jews from being German citizens, forbade marriages between Jews and German citizens, and required Jews to wear yellow Stars of David and to carryidentification cards saying they were Jewish.
  7. 7.  Nuremburg Laws
  8. 8.  In 1919, Hitler was sent to investigate the ________________, a group he would eventually join and become a leading member of.
  9. 9.  German Worker’s Party
  10. 10.  Under Mussolini’s leadership, Italyestablished the first _______________ government in 1926.
  11. 11.  Fascist
  12. 12.  Underthe direction of __________________, the Nazi SS or “Guard Squadrons” were the elite group of soldiers who used terror tactics to control the people.
  13. 13.  Heinrich Himmler
  14. 14.  Hitlerfailed to overthrow the government and was put in prison. While in imprisoned, Hitler wrote a book called ________________ or “My Struggle”. It sold over 5 million copies!
  15. 15.  Mein Kampf
  16. 16.  Many countries stepped in and helped Germany pay their reparations and bring them out of depression after World War I,including the United States. This was known as ____________________.
  17. 17.  The Dawes Plan
  18. 18.  Onenight in 1938, Nazis destroyed thousands of synagogues and Jewish stores. They also killed 100 people and sent 30,000 Jewish men to concentration camps. This night was known as ____________________ or the “night of shattered glass”.
  19. 19.  Kristallnacht
  20. 20.  Followingthe death of Paul von Hindenburg, Hitler took on the role of both President and Chancellor of Germany. He then adopted the title of ________________.
  21. 21.  Fuehrer or Fuhrer
  22. 22.  Thefirst aggressive act that suggested war in Europe was imminent was when Hitler’s troops invaded _____________________.
  23. 23.  Czechoslovakia
  24. 24.  Asa soldier in WWI, Hitler was a regimental messenger. It was a difficult job, yet he managed to win the _________________, Germany’s highest honor, twice!
  25. 25.  Iron Cross
  26. 26.  According to our lessons, the $5 billion in reparations the Germans had to pay was equal to ______________ in today’s economy!
  27. 27.  $60 Trillion!
  28. 28.  Tostimulate his country’s economy, Hitlerordered public works projects which included a massive ______________ plan(building back up the military).
  29. 29.  Rearmament
  30. 30.  Althoughinitially blamed on a Communist, more and more historians debate whether the ______________ building was actually set on fire by Nazis themselves.
  31. 31.  Reichstag
  32. 32.  On ____________________, 1939, Hitler’s German Army invaded Poland. Two dayslater, France and Great Britain declared war on Germany. World War II had begun.
  33. 33.  September 1st, 1939 German Troops marching into Warsaw, the capital of Poland.

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