Global History - Multiple Choice Regents Questions Quiz (Unit 30 of 40)

Global History - Multiple Choice Regents Questions Quiz (Unit 30 of 40)
Global History - Multiple Choice Regents Questions Quiz (Unit 30 of 40)
Global History - Multiple Choice Regents Questions Quiz (Unit 30 of 40)
Global History - Multiple Choice Regents Questions Quiz (Unit 30 of 40)
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The rise of Fascism, Treaty of Versailles, Germany, Schleswig-Holstein, Polish corridor, Saarland, Alsace-Lorraine, between World War I and World War II, forcing Germany to accept blame for the war and to pay reparations, France in the 1790s, French Revolution, Germany in the 1920s, severe inflation contributed to the rise of radical political groups, worldwide Depression, Great Depression, economic upheaval, Nazi Party, economic hardships increased political instability, use of violence and terror, censorship, government control of news media, blind loyalty to the leader, extreme nationalism, fascism, totalitarianism, strict government control of the press, Bolshevik Revolution, Russia, rise of fascism in Germany and Italy, economic conditions led to political change, Nazi rise to power, World War I, German war debts, loss of German colonies, wish for revenge, weak government, doubts about the Weimar Republic, quarrels among political groups, wish for a strong leader like the Kaiser, economic problems, inflation, worldwide depression, unemployment, political and economic instability, fear of communism, rise of fascist governments in Italy, Germany, and Spain, Benito Mussolini, Ethiopia, Germany, the Rhineland, Germany and Russia divide Poland, weakness of the League of Nations, Adolf Hitler, fascist states, failing economy, Weimar Republic, communist Russia, totalitarian governments, Japan, expansionism, natural resources, raw materials, Meiji Restoration, unification of Germany, increase in military production and strengthened military forces, Manchukuo, Formosa, China, Japanese imperial expansion
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