Ch 21.1 Threats to World PeaceAnswer on your own paper the following questions:  1. What was the Kellogg-Briand Pact?  2. ...
True?False? Make it TRUE!   1. The Kellogg-Briand Pact gave Japan the right to capture territory in Asia.   2. The Chinese...
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Ch 21.1 questions

  1. 1. Ch 21.1 Threats to World PeaceAnswer on your own paper the following questions: 1. What was the Kellogg-Briand Pact? 2. What happened to the Japanese government after Osachi Hamaguchi’s assassination? 3. Who did Japan invade and how? 4. Why did Japan feel free to keep attacking more of China? 5. What did the League of Nations do in response to Italy’s invasion of Ethiopia? 6. Why was the Falange angry at the Second Spanish Republic? 7. Who were the Loyalists? 8. Why did Germany and Italy support the Spanish Nationalists? 9. Who were the International Brigades? 10.What kind of government did Franco instill in Spain?Show the threats to world peace by writing the letters of the correct answer in thespace:A. invades Ethiopia F. outbreak of civil warB. fascist dictatorship G. NationalistsC. withdraws from League H. attacks ManchuriaD. Loyalists I. League of Nations sanctions not enforcedE. Franco J. Communists Threats to Peace Spai Japan n Italy
  2. 2. True?False? Make it TRUE! 1. The Kellogg-Briand Pact gave Japan the right to capture territory in Asia. 2. The Chinese attack at Mukden was faked by the Japanese. 3. The League of Nations voted to take military action against Japan for its activities in Manchuria. 4. By 1939, Japan controlled all of China’s seaports. 5. Ethiopia attacked Italy in 1934. 6. Because no country would enforce League of Nations sanctions, Japan and Italy felt free to continue their acts of aggression. 7. The Civil War in Spain was fought between the Catholics and the Loyalists. 8. The Loyalists were supported by the Soviet Union, and Franco’s forces were supported by Germany. 9. The International Brigade took no part in the fighting. 10.General Franco was assassinated soon after the Nationalists captured Madrid.Completion: 1. Chaos followed the murder of Prime Minister __________________ of Japan. 2. Japan’s first military conquest was ______________________________. 3. Japan withdrew from the _______________________________________ because it condemned Japan’s actions in China. 4. Mussolini ruled Italy as a ________________________. 5. ________________________________ was one of the few nations left in Africa not controlled by a colonial power. 6. Memories of WWI made Great Britain and the United States unwilling to risk _______________________________________. 7. The rebels in Spain led by Franco called themselves _______________________. 8. The kind of government the Nationalists proposed was _____________________.Manchuria Ethiopia Nationalists FascistsLeague of Nations dictator another war Osachi Hamaguchi

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