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How were the western and eastern fronts different

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-How were the Western and Eastern Fronts Different? -What happened to Russia as a result of WWI? How did WWI cause a change in Russia's government? -What was going in the US during the first 3 years of WWI? -What were the immediate effects of WWI? Treaty of Versailles: League of Nations: Aspects of Modern Culture: 7.03: Between the Fires
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-What were the delayed or long-term effects of WWI? (Include the causes and effects) Global Depression: Authoritarian Governments: -How did the economic depression impact the following areas? Europe: United States: -All of these dictators took advantage of the poor economic and social conditions in their countries in order to come to power. What were their goals once they became the leader?: Benito Mussolini: Adolf Hitler: Francisco Franco: Vladimir Lenin: Joseph Stalin: 7.04: The Spark and Fire -How did the effects of WWI set the stage for WWII?
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-What happened at the Munich Conference? -How did the US support the Allied forces during the first two years of WWII? -Why did the US enter WWII? -Describe the political and military strategies Germany implemented during WWII: Blitzkrieg: Non-Aggression Pact: -Describe the following major events that occurred during WWII: Invasion of Poland: Battle of Britain:
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