from the wall street crash to the WW2

By gexin
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    the causes of the WW2

  • Black Tuesday stock market crash

    Black Tuesday stock market crash
    The great fall ended the golden twenties in Octobor 1929.On "Black tuesday"millions of shares were sold as fast as possible for very low prices.Wall street became poor in a day.And by the end of 1929,stocks had lost 40 billion .In the most of the world ,it was the worst and longest depression of the world history
  • The manchurian crisis

    The manchurian crisis
    Manchuria was legally part of China, but the Japanese controlled the railways and the economy. Japan wanted complete control of Manchuria as a colony, so some soldiers blew up a railroad car and blamed it on the nationalist Chinese. Japan used it as an excuse to send more soldiers and take control of Manchuria. Britain and most other countries told Japan that they were in the wrong and had no right to take over Manchuria, but Japan basically told them to stuff it and walked out of the Leagu
  • Adolf Hitler becomes leader of Germany

    Adolf Hitler becomes leader of Germany
    Hitler was appointed Chancellor of Germany by President Hindenburg on 30 January 1933.
  • JAPAN withdraw from the League

    JAPAN withdraw from the League
    Japan withdrew from the league of nations as a result of the Manchurian Railway Incident in northen China. When the league did not support them and under pressure from other nations Japan withdrew as it no longer supported the concepts of the League.
  • German withdraw the league of nation

    German withdraw the league of nation
    At the time the League of Nations was trying to pursue a policy of multi--lateral reductions in armaments - the very opposite of what Hitler wanted.That is why German leave the league
  • 1933~1935 Germany rearms

    1933~1935 Germany rearms
    Conscription was specifically forbidden by the Treaty of Versailles. Rearmament had been going on secretly since 1933, but in 1935 Hitler took the chance and held a huge ‘Freedom to Rearm’ military rally, and in 1936 he reintroduced conscription. 1932-9, the number of soldiers grew tenfold from 100,000 to a million, and the number of airplanes grew 200-fold from 36 to 8250.
  • The Saar Plebiscite

    The Saar Plebiscite
    The plebiscitewas held from Italy and Holland, and a US History Professor, Sarah Wambaugh – they declared that the election had been fair, and that the result was genuine. The result was overwhelming: 90.3% of the voters voted to return to Germany
  • The Abyssinian Crisis

    The Abyssinian Crisis
    On October 3rd 1935 Italian troops invaded Abyssinia from Eritrea and Italian Somaliland. The League of Nations stated that Italy were the agressors and imposed limited sanctions - they failed to place sanctions on Oil which was needed to enable the continuation of war. Sanctions were not increased or universally applied, even after it emerged that Italian forces were making use of Chemical weapons against civilians. Instead of imposing sanctions the British and French foreign ministers came u
  • Remilitarization of the Rhineland

    Remilitarization of the Rhineland
    In march 1936 Hitler took his first really big risk by moving troops into the Rhineland area f Germany in contravention of the terms of the Treaty of Versailles.
  • The spanish civil war

    In July, 1936, Gen. Francisco Franco led an army revolt in Morocco. Rightist groups rebelled in Spain, and the army officers led most of their forces into the revolutionary (Nationalist or Insurgent) camp. In Spain the revolutionists, under Gen. Emilio Mola , quickly overran most of Old Castile, Navarre, and W Aragon. They also captured some key cities in the south.
  • The sudetenland

    Sudetenland was a region that was ethnically German. Prior to the first world war the region had been part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The Peace Settlements placed the region within the newly created state of Czechoslovakia. The bulk of people in Czechoslovakia were Czechs or Slovaks. The Sudeten Germans did not like being the minority group and wanted to be in a German speaking nation.
  • The Nazi Soviet Pact

    As Appeasement continued it became clear to Joseph Stalin that there would be a war in Europe. In April 1939 he made his attemtp to minimise the risk to the Soviet Union. He called for an anti-fascist alliance between the USSR, Britain and France. The logic was that Hitler would not be willing to invade Poland if faced with the prospect of a war on two fronts against 3 major powers. Whilst some in Britain agreed that this was the most likely way to avoid war, Winston Churchill amongst them, the

    the outbreak of the ww2 was caused by the invasion of poland