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In History
  • Japan sought to expand its territory at the expense of China

    It occupied Manchurria in 1931 and invaded China in 1937
  • The Free Institution of Education

    Was an educational project developed in Spain for over half a century.
  • Public, secular education

    System of public education in countries with a secular government or separation between religion and state.
  • Extending culture

    Presentation of the Pedagogical Missions by Manuel Bartolomé Cossío
  • Reform programme

    The popular front but with greater innitiative and ore political experience
  • New elections

    Azaña resigned as head of government, and President Alcalá Zamora called them
  • The entre of CEDA ministers into government

    It provoed strong opposition left-wing parties and unions
  • The Asturian workers' demands

    Asturian Worers' Manifesto
  • Italy took possession of territories as part of its mission

    It took possession of Ethiopia and Albania
  • The Conservative Biennium put a stop to the reform process

  • Italy and Germany took part in the spanish civil war

    Supplying the insurgent forces with soldairs and weapons
  • Germany developed a policy of territorial expansion

    Its aim was to create a vast empire
  • Hitler remilitarised the Rhineland

    Because of the violations of the Treaty of Versailles
  • Germany entered into the Rome-Berlin Axis alliance with Italy

  • Germany etered into the Anti-Comintent Pact with Japan

  • Courses were offered in pre-school education

    Many women became teachers.
  • New Elections

    In 1935 some radical party ministers were involved in various scandals and the prime minister finally called elections
  • Government was overwhelmed by the coup

  • Reestablished by the Popular Front

  • Military officers opposed to the Popular Front organised a coup

    Which began in North Africa and the Canary Islands and moved to the Peninsula
  • The goverment was overhelmed by the coup

  • Socialist Largo Caballero and People´s army

  • War and revolution

    Speech by the anarchist leader Buenaventura Durrutí
  • The collectisation of industry

    Decree on collectivisation by the Generaliat of Catalonia
  • The rebels' objectives

  • POUM confronted the government

  • General Francisco Franco as head of the government

  • The Militas

  • Germany used military force to accupy Anschulus

  • Germany demanded Czechoslovakia to hand over the Sudeteland

    It was populated by a significant German minority
  • Munich Conference

    It was convended by Hitler following protests because of his policy of expansionism.It ended with the democracies accepted Hitler's promises to expand no further.
  • Negrín 13 points

  • Pact of Steel

    it was the renewed alliance
  • Hitler seized the Dazing Corridor

    France and Great Britian pledges Poland their military support it neccesary
  • Axis victories started

  • German army invaded most of western Europe

    Denmark, the Netherlands, Belgium and northern and western France.
  • Hitler lauched Operation Barbarossa

  • Japan destroyed the US fleet in Pearl Harbor

    US entered the war
  • Maked the beginning f the Jewish massacres

    In he USSR and eastern Europe
  • The war took a decesie turn

  • German assault on Stalingrad

    Hitler's fist major failure
  • Final solution was planned

    by Nazi leaders
  • Tehran Confrence

    attended by Churchill, Roosevelt and Stalin
  • Liberation of Europe was hastened

    by the Normandy landings by British and American troops
  • 30% of the workers in Germany's armas industry were foreigners.

  • Germany surrended

  • second peace confrence

    in Yalta
  • Third peace conference

    held in Potsdam
  • Both Allied armies occupied Germany and met at the River Elbe

  • Hitler committed sucide

  • Paris Peace Conference

    peace treaties with Germany's other allies were drawn up
  • María de Maeztu

    Educator and director of the School Institute and the Residence for Women, pioneering institutions in teaching training.
  • Margarita Nelken

    Socialist member of parliament and intellectual specialising in literature and art.
  • Clara Campoamor

    The first women to obtain law degrees
  • Victoria Kent

    The first female members of the Madrid Bar Association.
  • María Zambrano

    Intellectual and writer, professor in the Faculty of Philosophy and Literature in Madrid.
  • Federica Montseny

    First women minister, in the Ministry of Health in western Europe.