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The causes of wwii

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  • 1.  
  • 2. What caused WWII?
  • 3.  
  • 4. The Causes of WWII G F A L T REAT DEPRESSION ASCISM EAGUE OF NATIONS PPEASEMENT REATY OF VERSAILLES
  • 5. The G reat Depression
    • What happened?
    • Where did it happen?
    • Who did it affect?
    • Picture?
    • How did this help cause WWII?
  • 6. G The worldwide depression led to unemployment, political crises, poverty, and desperation. This environment helped extremists rise to power in Europe & Asia reat Depression Analysis; How did this help cause WWII? Picture: Cause:
  • 7. F ascism
    • What was fascism?
    • Where did it happen?
    • Who did it affect?
    • Picture?
    • How did this help cause WWII?
  • 8. F Fascist leaders’ aggressiveness led to the confrontations that resulted in WWII ascism Analysis; How did this help cause WWII? Picture: Cause:
  • 9. L eague of Nations
    • What was the League of Nations?
    • What was the purpose of the League?
    • Was the League of Nations effective?
    • Picture?
    • How did the League of Nations help to cause WWII?
  • 10. A ppeasement
    • What happened?
    • Where did it happen?
    • Who did it affect?
    • Picture?
    • How did this help cause WWII?
  • 11. T reaty of Versailles
    • What was “war guilt?”
    • How did the treaty affect the German military?
    • How did reparations affect the German economy?
    • Picture?
    • How did this help cause WWII?
  • 12. 3-2-1
    • What are 3 causes of WWII?
    • Name 2 countries who fought in WWII
    • What is the 1 most important cause of WWII?
  • 13. Homework
    • League of Nations
    • W
    • X
    • Y
    • Z
    • The League of Nations is the most important cause of WWII. While X does include the development of X, the League’s failure to stop the aggression of Japan, Italy, and Germany is more important than the simple development of X.