World War II A (2)

World War II A(2) - The Causes-WWI-the Great Depression Which led to fascism and a desire for empire-the weaknesses of the democracies in stopping

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The Causes: -WWI -the Great Depression Which led to fascism and a desire for empire -the weaknesses of the democracies in stopping them -the failure of collective security -Huge Evil in the World Mostly it came down to Germany and Adolph Hitler Was it one man was it the country or both Psychology Delusions mistaken ideas Take over personality Delusions of grandeur or persecution Early life Abuse? Illogical thought Schicklegruber? The time in Vienna Not admitted to art school Becomes a bum Picks up ideas Anti Semitism Hatred of Democracy Notion of inferior races Moves to Germany Joins army WWI Western Front A dispatch runner Iron Cross Wounded and Gassed The way the war ends The revolution at home in Germany Kaiser Abdicates The Weimar Republic is formed The generals blame the Republic for losing the war The Versailles Treaty
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Signed by the Republic The Allied Blockade War Guilt-Reparations-Disarmed Civil wars in Germany break out Right(fascist) vs left (communist) Chaos The Reparations The Great Inflation Ruhr is occupied by France Then the Dawes Plan For Hitler He becomes an army spy Joins Nationalist Socialist Party Speaks about Jews Versailles Strange people join the party who hate Joins Nationalist Socialist Party
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This note was uploaded on 10/29/2008 for the course EUH 2001 taught by Professor Giles during the Spring '07 term at University of Florida.

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World War II A(2) - The Causes-WWI-the Great Depression Which led to fascism and a desire for empire-the weaknesses of the democracies in stopping

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