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Quarter 3 Modern World History Study Guide

Appeasement Fascism Hitler Lebensraum


N.E.P Harlem Flappers 21st
Amendment
Total War Rationing Lusitania Anschluss
Nazism Tojo Black Shirts Great Purge
18th Amendment 19th Amendment Bootlegger Propaganda
Zimmerman Francis Ferdinand Mein Kampf Communism
Hirohito Brown Shirts Collective Prohibition
Speakeasy Schlieffen Trenches Paris Conference
Aryans Mussolini Stalin 5yr Plan
Weimar Republic Red Scare Temperance Black Hand
Conscription Treaty of Versailles

Multiple Choice

1. Military General of Germany


2. Serbian nationalist group who assassinated the Archduke and created the spark necessary
to start the war.
3. A war that is unrestricted and laws are not followed.
4. Posters, cartoons, songs, poems that spread ideas or promote a cause.
5. Place where most French and British troops fought.
6. Enlistment for state service. (Draft)
7. Limited food per each household and saved food for people in the armed forces.
8. German foreign minister.
9. Meeting of the Allied victors to set the peace terms for the defeated Central Powers.
10. Ended the state of war between Germany and the Allies and set new rules for Germany.
11. British ship that was sank by a German U-Boat.
12. Archduke who was assassinated by serbian nationalist group.
13. The place where Pop Culture was invented.
14. The name for women who wore short clothing and had short hair.
15. A protest that asked for alcohol to be banned.
16. The Amendment that made alcohol illegal.
17. The Amendment that gave women the right to vote.
18. The Amendment that made alcohol legal again.
19. The time period when drinking was illegal.
20. An illegal drinking bar or nightclub.
21. A person who smuggled alcohol.
22. Time period when police officials arrested people who they suspected as spies.
23. Making political concessions to an enemy power in order to avoid conflict.
24. German union with Austria.
25. Book that Hitler wrote when he was in jail.
26. Master Race.
27. Political policy of Italy.
28. Political policy of Germany.
29. Political policy of Russia.
30. Military Leader of Italy.
31. Military Leader of Germany.
32. Military leader of Japan.
33. Emperor of Japan.
34. Military Leader of Russia.
35. "Living Space" for Germans.
36. Italian fighting squad.
37. German fighting squad.
38. Stalin's plan to improve the economy by giving government full control.
39. Lenin's plan to let farmer gain more money from producing more than the required target.
40. Stalin's order to kill anyone he perceives as a threat to himself.
41. A farm that is owned by the government and worked by people.
42. Name of a German Republic.

Totalitarianism Notes

Characteristics of Totalitarian Government


1. Single party dictatorship.
2. State control of economy.
3. Police spies and state terrorism.
4. Strict censorship and government control of the media. Use of propaganda.
5. Use of schools and media to indoctrinate and mobilize citizens.
6. Unquestioning obedience to a single ruler.
Hitlers Campaign against the Jews
Hitler set out to drive Jews from Germany.
In 1935, the Nuremberg Laws placed severe restrictions on Jews.
Many German Jews fled Germany and sought refuge in other countries.
Nazi-Soviet Pact
Hitler and Stalin agreed to not go to war with each other for Poland.
Instead they agreed to split Poland between them.
How Hitler violated the Treaty of Versailles
1. Rebuilt Germanys Army.
2. Militarized Rheinland.
3. Stopped paying for Reparations and put the money back in Germanys economy.
4. Made alliance with Austria.
5. Invaded Poland.
Economic Systems
1. Capitalism
1. Means of production are privately owned and sold for profit.
2. Little to no government interference.
3. Competition controls prices.
ii. Socialism
1. Tries to end poverty and lessen the gap between the rich and the poor.
2. The "people as a whole" own the means of production.
ii. Communism
1.

2. A form of socialism that sees class struggle between employers and


employees as inevitable.
3. The government controls the means of production.

Roaring 20s Notes

Economy after War


The economy was booming for the first 10 years and that is why it is called
Roaring 20s
New Technology
Radios
New Music
Jazz music was created in the Roaring 20s
It made the rebellious youth to gather.
African Americans were responsible for this new music.
Great Depression - The Cause
Stock market crash of october 29, 1929
Bank failures

WWI Notes

Causes of World War I


1. Imperialism
2. Nationalism
3. Militarism
4. Alliances
Triple Entente Triple Alliance Allies Central Powers

France Germany Britain Austria

Russia Austria France Germany

Britain Italy Italy Bulgaria

U.S Ottoman Empire

How the Schlieffen Plan failed


1. Russia mobilized faster than Germany had considered.
2. Belgium put up a fight which slowed Germans to France.
3. German tanks had trouble getting through the forest.
4. Germany was forced to move troops to the eastern front to fight Russia which was
not part of their plan.
The Schlieffen Plan
1. Germany would go through Belgium thinking they would shut their mouths and
watch.
2. Fight France through Belgium so that their borders wont get affected.
3. Thought that Russia would take a while before they got into the war.
4. There plan was to be finished with France and go to Russia but Russia mobilized
faster than expected and Germany was forced to send troops to eastern front to
fight Russia.
5. Instead of fighting a two front war they fought a to side war and lost.
6. The Schlieffen Plan was logical but wasnt thought through very well and failed.
Why Britain Joined the War
Germany thought they could just invade Belgium and attack France while
Belgium kept their mouths but Britain did not like this thought from Germany
and that is what forced Britain into the war.
What led U.S into the war?
1. The sinking of the Lusitania
2. The Zimmerman Telegram.

Multiple Choice Answer Key

1. Schlieffen 2. Black Hand 3. Total War 4. Propaganda

5. Trenches 6. Conscription 7. Rationing 8. Zimmerman

9. Paris Conference 10. Treaty of Versailles 11. Lusitania 12. Francis Ferdinand

13. Harlem 14. Flappers 15. Temperance 16. 18th Amendment

17. 19th Amendment 18. 21st Amendment 19. Prohibition 20. Speakeasy

21. Bootlegger 22. Red Scare 23. Appeasement 24. Anschluss

25. Mein Kampf 26. Aryans 27. Fascism 28. Nazism

29. Communism 30. Mussolini 31. Hitler 32. Tojo

33. Hirohito 34. Stalin 35. Lebensraum 36. Black Shirts

37. Brown Shirts 38. 5 yr Plan 39. N.E.P 40. Great Purge

41. Collective 42. Weimar Republic