Events and Ideas #3 The Repression of the

Events and Ideas #3 The Repression of the

Events and Ideas #3 The Repression of the Individual World History Unit 6 Contains: One video with questions Essential Question

Paragraph Considering all of the information in this unit, write five sentences explaining the change in politics in Europe. While writing consider the causes and effects of those political changes. The Rise of Dictators

By 1939, only two major European States France and Great Britain remained democratic. Italy, the Soviet Union, Germany and others adopted dictatorial regimes. Both Fascism and Communism shared a lot of the same dictatorial or totalitarian traits. Features of a

Totalitarian State Single-party dictatorship. State control of economy. Police spies and state terrorism. Strict censorship and government control of media. Use of schools and media to indoctrinate and mobilize citizens Unquestioned obedience to a single ruler.

Totalitarian state A country with only one political party. People are forced to do what the government tells them. It does away with individual freedoms Examples of counties and leaders: Italy Benito Mussolini

USSR Joseph Stalin Germany Adolph Hitler Spain Francisco Franco China Mao Zedong Fascism Video Answers these questions: Stop at 3:27 https:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=aUcYU9

5kCAI&t=118s 1. What overtook the idea that people should have equality? 2. What countries were fascist during the 1930s? The Fascist State Children in Italy

Attempted to control all forms of media. Created Youth Groups to mold the next generation. School textbooks were rewritten to reflect Fascist propaganda. Fascism Started by Mussolini as a political party in 1919.

Belief that a strong government needed, and must be led by a dictator to impose order. The State is all that matters and the nation is more important than the individual. Benito Mussolini

Fascism Constant conquest -war -- is a necessity for the glory of that State. Mussolini wrote: fascism believes neither in the possibility nor the utility of peace Partners in Fascism

Nazism After WWI many new political parties immerged. One was the National Socialist German Workers Party or the Nazis It was a nationalistic, and anticommunist political party. They wanted all Germans under one government, and believed that Germans needed more lebensraum or living space.

They believed that blond haired, blue eyed Germans were the master race Aryans. The party tried to take over Germany in 1923 but failed. Nazism Propaganda 1934 Hitler propaganda *Notice the ages of the people on the truck

Nuremberg Laws Excluded Jews from German citizenship Marriage between Jews and German citizens was forbidden. Jews were required to wear yellow Stars of David Kristallnacht

November 9, 1938 was first major attack on the Jewish people in Germany. It is called Kristallnacht and means night of shattered glass The Nazis boke the windows of Jewish stores, robbed them, and burnt them down. They burned down 200 Jewish synagogues Kristallnacht

All told, they destroyed 8,000 Jewish businesses **Imagine this: 8,000 businesses in Lake Elsinore, Murrieta and Temecula burnt down. Would there be anything left? **Image 200 churches in the same area burned down Kristallnacht

More than 100 Jews were killed 30,000 Jewish males were sent to concentration camps -April 28, 1938. -This newspaper article describes a decree passed that stated all Jewish people had to give the German government

all their fortunes and property. -April 28, 1938. -This decree was made to encourage the emigration of Jewish people from Essential Question Paragraph Considering all of the information in

this unit, write five sentences explaining the change in politics in Europe. While writing consider the causes and effects of those political changes.

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