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The interwar years

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The interwar years

  1. 1. The Interwar Years World History: Nilsen
  2. 2. Soviet Union
  3. 3. Karl Marx founded Communism.
  4. 4. The 1848 Revolutions shaped his beliefs.
  5. 5. He wrote the Communist Manifesto .
  6. 6. Capitalism is just an intermediate step.
  7. 7. Vladimir Lenin led the Russian Revolution.
  8. 8. Russians did not like Tsar Nicholas II.
  9. 9. Communists led a revolution against the Tsar.
  10. 10. Lenin led the new Soviet Union.
  11. 11. Stalin took over after Lenin’s death.
  12. 12. Stalin held all the power centrally.
  13. 13. Stalin purged his enemies.
  14. 14. The Soviet Union in 1939 felt secure.
  15. 15. Japan
  16. 16. The Meiji Restoration modernized Japan.
  17. 17. Japan had a feudal culture.
  18. 18. Commodore Perry’s Black Ships opened Japan.
  19. 19. Japan became fully industrialized within forty years.
  20. 20. Japan became an Imperial Power.
  21. 21. Japan built up its military might.
  22. 22. Japan won a war against Russia.
  23. 23. Japan annexed Korea.
  24. 24. Japan wanted to expand.
  25. 25. The Japanese took over Manchuria.
  26. 26. Japan invaded China in 1937.
  27. 27. Japan in 1939 was growing and wanting more.
  28. 28. Germany
  29. 29. The Weimar Republic failed.
  30. 30. The Treaty of Versailles burdened the German economy.
  31. 31. Germany experienced hyperinflation.
  32. 32. The government began to lose legitimacy.
  33. 33. Fascism came to Germany.
  34. 34. Fascism is nationalistic dictatorship.
  35. 35. Hitler was elected into power.
  36. 36. Hitler reinvigorated the economy.
  37. 37. Germany returned to Great Power status.
  38. 38. Germany remilitarized.
  39. 39. Germany expanded its territory.
  40. 40. Germany in 1939 was rapidly expanding.

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