Rise of Totalitarianism

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    Rise Of Totalitarianism

  • Bolshevik Takeover

    Bolshevik Takeover
    Also known as the "Great October Socialist Revolution". This was a time where the overthrow of the Russian Provisional government occured giving less powerful local Bolsheviks power.
  • Russian Civil war

    Russian Civil war
    A war that lasted six years among different groups of Russian political powers. Began at petrograd.
  • Mussolini Founds the Fascist Party

    Mussolini Founds the Fascist Party
    On March 23, 1919, Mussolini gathered 100 delegates to a conference in Milan and established the Fascist Party. The Fascist Party was violently anti-Socialist, pro-nationalist, and its members wore black shirts.
  • Hitler Joins NSDAP

    Hitler Joins NSDAP
    National Socialist German Workers' Party. Hitler joined when it was known as the German Workers' Party.
  • NEP (New economic Policy)

    NEP (New economic Policy)
    This economic plan lasted until 1928 when Stalin proposed his Five year plan.
  • March on Rome

    March on Rome
    A march led by Mussolini to become the major power in the kingdom of Italy.
  • Beer hall Putsch

    Beer hall Putsch
    Hitler and 2000 Nazis marched through the streets of Munich to take over a meeting at the Munich Beer Hall.
  • Vladimir Lenin's Death

    Vladimir Lenin's Death
    After speaking at a factory in Moscow, Soviet leader Vladimir Lenin is shot twice by Fanya Kaplan, a member of the Social Revolutionary party. Lenin was seriously wounded but survived the attack. The assassination attempt set off a wave of reprisals by the Bolsheviks against the Social Revolutionaries and other political opponents. later to die from stroke compliations.
  • Mein Kampf

    Mein Kampf
    In his book called "Mein Kampf", Hitler made it clear that his time in Vienna was entirely the fault of the Jews.
  • 5 Year Plan

    5 Year Plan
    An expected solution proposed by Stalin to begin economic growth and sucsession.
  • Collectivization

    For the next 12 years Stalin practiced Collectivization.The goal of this policy was to consolidate individual land and labor into collective farms.
  • Japan Siezed Mancuria

    Japan Siezed Mancuria
    Japan launched an attack on Manchuria. Within a few days Japanese armed forces had occupied several military strategy points in South Manchuria.
  • Hitler becomes Chancellor of Germany

    Hitler becomes Chancellor of Germany
    On this date Hitler became Chancellor of Germany until 1945
  • Nazis win Majority in Election

    Nazis win Majority in Election
    The Nazis won for the first time in the election with 43% and began to become popular.
  • Invasion of Ethiopia

    Invasion of Ethiopia
    In1935, Mussolini successfully invaded Ethiopia. When he made a speech at a victory rally in front of 400,000 people in Rome’s plazza Venetia, he proclaimed that the Ethiopian invasion marked the beginning of an Italian Empire.
  • Re-Militarizes Rheinland

    Re-Militarizes Rheinland
    Hitler marched 22,000 of his troops onto demilitarised land breaking not only the Treaty of Versailles but also the Locarno Pact.
  • Berlin-Rome-Tokoyo Axis

    Berlin-Rome-Tokoyo Axis
    The most important Axis countries formed an alliance called the Berlin-Rome-Tokyo Axis Powers .
  • Great Purges

    Great Purges
    A strategy with the goal of wiping out all of Stalins enemys
  • The Rape of Nanking

    The Rape of Nanking
    The Nanking massacre was also known as this. This massacre was a sure way of showing what happened to Nanjing after the Imperial Japanese Army captured it.
  • Anschluss Munich Conference

    Anschluss Munich Conference
    This conference started a Union between Germany and Austria.
  • Taking the Sudetenland

    Taking the Sudetenland
    Hitler recived this land because the opposing side feared war.
  • Nazi Soviet non Aggression Pact

    Nazi Soviet non Aggression Pact
    The economic agreement committed the Soviet Union to provide food products as well as raw materials to Germany in exchange for furnished products such as machinery from Germany.