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World History 102, week 10 notes

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World History 102, week 10 notes Hist 102-004

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Marko Dumancic
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Date Created: 04/17/16
Week 10 notes Monday, April 11, 2016 10:35 AM Consequences of WW1  Mass casualties, PTSD, disabilities  The idea of total war (not just battles. Now tanks, grenades, etc.)  Treaty of Versailles  Germany had to pay huge reparations  Demilitarize  Lost 15% of Europeans territory and colonies  Rhine Valley- French takes over their industrial head quarters  Changing gender roles  Flappers- women can do the same things men do  League of Nations created  The US emerged as a global power  Economically, now a creditor instead of a debtor  End of Empires (Ottoman, Austro-Hungarian, German, Russian)  Independent countries took place of the empires  Beginning of democracies  Class mobility  Beginning of Communism (USSR) The Russian Revolution: October 1917  What is a revolution?  An uprising trying to bring about radical change  What is Marxism?  Russian revolution tried to bring the working class to power 1917 WWI begins February Revolution 1918 1920 Russia centers the war as is doing bad boprouisionat gout takes over am 1919 ↳bio of food shortage Start steps down -Russia is losing Dino land reforms continue the -food scarcity -poor econ. performance Bolsheviks promise land, bread -Mass death -refugees L) want a parliamentary govt. battles war and peace ↳come to power in October Civil War. Bolsheviks VS other socialist groups Is western powers try to stop the Bolsheviks October/November Reword. Bolsheviks wimble: 1. united m red army 2. Kill royal family 3. Fearless Interwar Period (1918-1939)  Great Depression- 1929 Causes:  US factories are over producing and people can't buy good  Not making enough money  Will have to lay off people  Fired workers now can't buy the goods either  Europeans can't afford US production  Stock market crash  No financial regulations -> over speculation Great depression made political and economic instability Set the stage for Fascism  Fascism -> (Italy, Germany, Japan) Violence against enemies (action rather than reflection)  Wants to unite the country  Idea is only a unified country can be strong. We all have to be the same  Social Darwinism  Strength and purity  Anti-democratic  Service only requirement for citizenship  Charismatic leader  Want to go back to the past and tradition  How Fascists came to power during the 1930s 1. Economic alternative  Economic protectionism 2. Weakness of democratic systems  Post war- there are too many parties to reach a consensus and make a decision  New political systems- people aren't used to them  Made people want to vote for a 1 leader govt. like how it was in the past  Could not solve economic crisis  Hitler starts mass public works 1. Promised the people what they wanted to hear 2. Got the support of citizens by preaching about nationalism


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