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World War Ii Project
World War Ii Project
World War Ii Project
World War Ii Project
World War Ii Project
World War Ii Project
World War Ii Project
World War Ii Project
World War Ii Project
World War Ii Project
World War Ii Project
World War Ii Project
World War Ii Project
World War Ii Project
World War Ii Project
World War Ii Project
World War Ii Project
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    • 1. World War II By: Andrew Putnam
    • 2. The Road to War
      • Some effects of WW I are Causes of WW II
      • Germany’s war dept
      • French and British indecision of Policies
      • American Isolationism
      • The changing of Borders in Europe
      • Treaty of Versailles
    • 3. The Versailles Treaty
      • Germany has to pay for war damages to the allied nations for World War I
      • Must limit army to 100,000 men
      • Navy can only be 24 ships
      • Payments were not only made in cash but also in ships, livestock, and other resources
      • Alsace and Loraine were returned to France
    • 4. American Isolationism
      • Government kept out of Foreign Affairs
      • Ignored Hitler’s rise to power
      • Did not enter the League of Nations
      • Repairing relations with Japan
    • 5. Hitler’s Tools & Strategies
      • His rise to power was due to his ideas and ways of capturing the public
      • Speeches would be filled with anger and anxiety starting out slow and building up
      • Stressed that the German peoples problems where due to the Jewish people
      • Promised to bring hope and power back to the tarnished German reputation
    • 6. Japan’s Role
      • Military mostly controls the government leaving the Emperor as only a respectable figure head
      • September 1931: Japanese military sets up an attack upon themselves disguised as Chinese soldiers
      • Looked as an incentive to take Manchuria without controversy
      • Japan pushed down into the southern waters of the Philippines and also out east
    • 7. Italy
      • 1919: Benito Mussolini starts Italian Fascist movement after returning from World War I
      • 1922: threatens to march on Rome
      • Given Premiership and decreased power of Parliament
      • Created a one party state and established himself as Il Duce (The Leader)
    • 8. Hitler’s First Move towards power
      • Hitler was the head of the Nazi Party and headed a strong and forceful campaign
      • In 1933 Hitler was handed the chancellorship
      • In the same year he suspended the constitution and abolished the presidency and named himself the Führer (leader)
      • Hitler was now able to put Nazi ideology into practice
    • 9. Nazi Hierarchy
      • Hitler acted as the totalitarian dictator in the Nazi Party
      • The SA were known also as the Storm Troopers (they acted as the police)
      • The SD (security Service) controlled the concentration camps
      • The SS were known as the elite forces
    • 10. The Nazis Begin The Terror
      • The Nazi Brownshirts Ransack public and private buildings in order to find and burn books that were deemed as un-German.
      • “ They that start by burning books will end by burning men.”
      • -Heinrich Heine, 1821
    • 11. June 30, 1934
      • Known later on as the “Night of the Long Knives”, was a successful attempt to rid the of enemies and weaknesses. One of the people killed was Ernst Röhm who was the head of the SA. For a long time Hitler had overlooked his homosexuality which was strictly forbidden by Nazi Policies.
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