notes 2 - Status Quo States I Poland 1 Recreated with...

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Status Quo States I Poland 1 Recreated with notable gaps and land from Russian empire Polish corrider taken by Germany 2 Multiply ethnic 3 1 st government dominated by General Joseph Piludski fought against Russians and lead troops to gates of Kiev constituent government 4 1922 – Parliament not effective and divided 14 governing cabinets in 4 years economically in trouble and divided 5 1926 – coup lead by Piludski and he took over himself 6 1930s – Regime of the Colonels ruling through military 7 1935 – Pilusdki died so military heads rigged elections and Socialist regime unhappy minorities and extremities (Germany) II Romania 1 Doubled in size Territory from Hungary, Transylvania, Russia and Bulgaria 2 Ruled by King Ferdinand Nephew of original King and ruled after WWI Constitutional monarchy with corrupt parliament King and right hated Parliament and democracy 3 Land repeal Small landowners made up 60% 4 No effective government Rigid and change elections in their favor 5 Depression 6 Iron Guards Rising fascist movement Hostile toward left and Jews 7 1938 – Carol, Ferdinand’s son, moved people closer to Hitler and rid of Iron Guards 8 1940 – Hitler gave Transylvania back to Hungarians Romania lost out Carol abdicated
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course PS 1521 taught by Professor Linden during the Winter '07 term at Pittsburgh.

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