World War II Student

World War II Student - Non-Industrial nations hit too LEADS...

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Stalin rises to power in USSR (Soviet Union) from 1924- 1953 Five-Year Plans Farms become collectives Dissenters executed or sent to slave labor camps (Gulags) USSR became third largest Industrial Power
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October 24, 1929- “Black Thursday” By 1932 US economy shrunk in half Unemployment = 25% of workforce (March 2011 8.8%) US Smoot-Hawley Tariff crippled exports & destroyed world trade (dropped 62%!)
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Unformatted text preview: Non-Industrial nations hit too LEADS TO Hitler Repeal Treaty of Versailles Join all German speakers Master race Expand and conquest (Poland; USSR) Exterminate Jews (homosexuals, Slavic Catholics, disabled) 1. fear of war 2. fear of communism 3. fascist tactics Axis: Germany, Italy, USSR Allies: Britain, France, US (later) Alliances:...
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