World War II

  • Mein Kampf (My Struggle)

    Mein Kampf (My Struggle)
    Hitler wrote it which articulates both a vicious anti-Semitism and a political psychology for manipulating the masses. It gives Hitler's views on the world. After it was published, he got many supporters and publicity. Also, i encouraged him to think he could do anything
  • Stock Market Crash

    Stock Market Crash
    Buisness was slow and no one would by anything. This led to the depression of the 1930s.
  • The Great Depression

    The Great Depression
    It was a worldwide economic collapse following the stock market crash in 1929, in which enemployment remained high and businesses failed. It brought Hitler power to Gemany and Hitler and Mussolini powered together (Germany and Hitler) invaded other countries.
  • Japanese Invasion of Manchuria

    Japanese Invasion of Manchuria
    Japan blew up a railroad train in Manchuria, China, where Japanese buisnesses had invested heavily. Japan tried to make it look like a Chinese plot. It opened the Pacific side of WWII. It was also condemned by the League of Nations and the US
  • Japanese Expansion

    Japanese Expansion
    Military and buisness leaders wanted to expand because they saw it as a key to pulling agriculture and small buisnesses from the depths of exonomic depression. It threatened the US's security and goals. When Japan invaded China, it made the Us angry.
  • Japanese Invasion of Manchuria (continued)

    Japanese Invasion of Manchuria (continued)
  • Hitler comes to power

    Hitler comes to power
    Hitler was appointed chancellor of Germany. Hitler proclaimed himself "Fuhrer" when President Von Hinderburg died in August 12, 1934. It allowed Hitler to put all his goals in action and also gave power over the Nazi poverty
  • Enabling Act

    Enabling Act
    Suspended constitutional government for 4 years in order to meet the crisis of the German economny. This led to the war because it granted Hitler power to make his own laws legally without going to Reichstag for 4 years.
  • Nuremberg Laws

    Nuremberg Laws
    This law was a legislation by the Nazis that deprived Jewish Germans of their citizenship and imposed many hardships on them. This affected the war because it showed the German citizens that Hitler had successfully completed his promise to "deal" with the Jews.
  • Ethiopian War

    Ethiopian War
    Ehiopian's subjection to Italian rule. It demonstrated the ineffectiveness of League of Nations when the League's decisions weren't supported by the great powers.
  • Remilitarization of the Rhineland

    Remilitarization of the Rhineland
    Hitler marched 22,000 troops into Rhineland, breaking the Treaty of Versailles. This led to the war because it showed that Hitler was showing the wrongs of the Treaty of Versailles.
  • Ethiopian War (continued)

    Ethiopian War (continued)
  • Spanish Civil War

    Spanish Civil War
    Hitler and Mussolini sent military support to Spain because it was a training ground for WWII. Also, they got the opportunity to test out their weapons and equipment. The Spanish Civil War in Spain was in which Franco succeeded in overthrowing the republic government.
  • "Rape of Nanjing

    "Rape of Nanjing
    Thousands of Chinese were murdered. Forced cruelity was forced upon girls and women and other acts of torture. President Roosevelt announced an embargo on US exports of airplane pars to Japand and laer the trade of crucial raw materials that supplied Japanese industry.
  • "Rape of Nanjing" (continued)

    "Rape of Nanjing" (continued)
  • Anschluss

    German-Austrian merged after the peace settlement split their empire. By uniting those countries, it allowed Hitler to hold more power for himself. He took Austria's gold supplies and the Nazis gained support in Austria by solving their problems and unemploymet.
  • Appeasement

    The strategy of preventing a war by making concessions for legitmate grevances. They were first ween as a positive thing. It allowed the British and French to ignore the threat and produce a fake peace that led to many deaths.
  • Appeasement (continued)

    Appeasement (continued)
  • Munich Conference

    Munich Conference
    It was a conference with the leaders of Britain, France, Germany, and Italy. They agreed to German occupation of the Sudetenland. Hitler's last clain in the hope of maintaining peace.
  • Munich Conference (continued)

    Munich Conference (continued)
  • Spanish Civil War (continued)

    Spanish Civil War (continued)
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    World War II

    A war fought from 1939 to 1945, in which Great Britain, France, the Soviet Union, the United States, China, and other allies defeated Germany, Italy, and Japan.
  • The Great Depression (continued)

    The Great Depression (continued)
  • Hitler comes to power (continued)

    Hitler comes to power (continued)