Chapter 24A - The Second World War 1933-1945 Events That Lead to WW2 Rise of Fascism \u25cf League of Nations(post WW1 US sovereignty \u25cb \u201cWar to End

Chapter 24A - The Second World War 1933-1945 Events That...

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The Second World War 1933-1945 Events That Lead to WW2 Rise of Fascism League of Nations (post WW1) US sovereignty “War to End all Wars” Armament reduction - most major nation’s reduced sizes of militaries 1920’s - 1930’s Germany, Italy, Japan secretly making military bigger Isolation The U.S didn’t want to participate or get involved in WW2 Italy 1922 Benito Mussolini Germany 1933 Adolf Hitler Both were elected to power Japan 1926 Emperor Hirohito Inherited the throne ALL THOUGHT THEY WERE MASTER RACE Japan invaded Korea and through them took land from China Italy does the same thing, started taking land from Africa, took Ethiopia in 1935, actively taking over countries Hitler and Nazi’s Take Rhineland - 1936 Germany wasn’t supposed to have any kind of military supplies, does it illegally Mood in America Trade = peace Japanese expansion = USSR alliance The Axis Powers Rome-Berlin-Tokyo “Axis” The U.S had good relations with Russia because both wanted to stop Japan
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