Chapter 15: Years of Crisis

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In History
  • Fascism Considered

    Fascism Considered
  • Germany joins League of Nations

    Germany joins League of Nations
    In 1926, Germany joined the League of Nations showing its move out of economic depression. A German representative named Gustav Stresemann made the first speech as Germany became a member. Germany’s admission was a victory for the public and Germany once again became a respected member of the world community.
  • Kellog-Briand-Stressman Pact

    Kellog-Briand-Stressman Pact
    The Kellog-Briand-Stresemann Pact was a multilateral agreement attempting to eliminate war as an instrument of national policy. It was the most grandiose of a series of peacekeeping efforts after World War I, it was negotiated in Paris by Frank Kellog, August Briand, and Gustav Stresemann. The treaty declared that all the nations signing this pact committed themselves to renouncing aggressive war and to settle their differences by peaceful means.
  • Wall Street Crash

    Wall Street Crash
    The stock market in Wall Street crashes. The Wall Street crash also known Black Tuesday was the worst market crash ever in the USA. The stock market crash was one of the things that sparked the Great Depression. Black Tuesday afected all Western industrialized countries.
  • Mukden incident and invasion of Manchurri

    Mukden incident and invasion of Manchurri
    The Japanese stage a false flag bombing against a Japanese-owned railroad in the Chinese region of Manchuria, blaming Chinese dissidents for the attack. This leads to the Kwantung Army of the Empire of Japan invading Manchuria immediately following the Mukden Incident. The Japanese established a puppet state, called Manchukuo, and their occupation lasts until the end of World War II.
  • Reichstag Fire

    Reichstag Fire
    The Reichstag fire was an arson attack on the Reichstag building in Berlin. The fire was used as evidence by the Nazis that the Communists were plotting against the German government and the event is seen as pivotal in the establishment of Nazi Germany. As a consequence there were mass communist arrests. With the biggest rivals, the communists gone, the Nazis now had full control and no competition.
  • German-Polish Non-Aggression

    German-Polish Non-Aggression
    The German–Polish Non-Aggression Pact was an international treaty between Nazi Germany and the Second Polish Republic signed on January 26, 1934. The agreement meant that Germany and Poland could not attack each other for ten years.
  • Hitler becomes Führer of Germany

    Hitler becomes Führer of Germany
  • Anschluss

    The Anschluss also known as the Anschluss Österreichs was the occupation and annexation of Austria into Nazi Germany in 1938. Germany wanted to Unite Austria and Germany because Hitler was an Austrian and there were 8 million German speakers in Austria, One of Hitlers main political aims was to gain more living space. It also meant that again they would be breaking the treaty of Versailles and Pushing Britain and France even more to their limits.
  • Munich Aggrement

    Munich Aggrement
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    Years of Crisis

    Historically significant events that occurred from the end of World War 1 to the end of World War 2.