Week9 Fascism & Modern African History
Week9 Fascism & Modern African History UGC 112LR
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World Civilization 2 Week 9 102715 Unstable 19305 Dreadful 19405 fascism in Europe the Great Depression World War II and the Harlem Renaissance 1 1920519305 RECAP a Industrialization Urbanization Mass Media b New political ideas culture form of entertainment c Photography reproduced in magazines d Fascism Nazism Adolf Hitler World war II 2 1929 Stock market crash a Began in New York and spread internationally b 13 of all men unemployment c 30 billion dollars disappeared d Bread soup lines develop 3 Japan and Germany militarized a Germany was banned from that during the treaty of Versailles WWI 4 Sep 19 1939 Adolf Hitler invaded Poland a To regain land too Germany b Used propaganda to appeal to nationalism c Germania Great Hall dome designed by Hitler to be Focal point i Symbolize his power his global empire ii ridiculous impractical irrational hideous 5 World War II began a Blitzkrieg start of extensive bombing followed by huge land invasion who set up base and annihilate enemies b Murdering and enslaving anyone who is different c Concentration camps d Soviet Union originally supported Germany switched 6 years in 6 Fascism a Italian for a bundle used to symbolized unity and strength i Took on meaning of banding together for national causes Adolf Hitler Benito Mussolini Francisco Franco Dictatorship single leader with charismatic authoritative qualities right of individually radically suppressed Nation as a coherent cohesive whole i Bloodline race ethnicity f Expanding nation into an empire g Rejuvenating nation by purging purifying 7 Adolf Hitler 193345 Germany a Massacre ad removal ofJewish based on bloodline persecuted Jews Propaganda was used government controlled the press Believed that rhetoric was key to sway the people Nazi National Socialist German Workers Party Mein KampfMy Struggle 1923 quotFuhrerquot The dictatorial leader Kristallnacht Night of Crystal Broken Glass 1938 DPPPquot anhrDsLosr World Civilization 2 Week 9 102715 h Consolidation of pure race state i First target was political enemies j Appeal to youth was essential k Children are future of empire 8 Mussolini 192245 Italy a First fascist in Italy b Megalomania adding titles to himself c Killed by people hung upside down on a meat hook at a gas station 9 Francisco Franco 193675 Spain a Overthrow of king in Spain leading to chaos Flange consist of monarchist Left RepublicansRight 1936 Spanish civil war between right and left wing Pablo Picasso i Guernica 1937 cubism 1 Location attacked civilians killed 2 First time in history civilians were targeted becoming standard feature in World War II 3 Brutality was common in war but civilian brutality Begins in World War II 0903 World Civilization Week9 102915 Modern African History 2 Slavery a b Imperialism Berlin Conference Direct rule Indirect rule Apartheid Nelson Mandela Africa General facts a Thee9939 g h rhme Highest continent population 15 of world pop 1 billion Second largest continent 61 territories and countries Start of humanity about 200 thousand years ago 2quot l largest dessert Sahara largest with human habitant July 2011 Southern Sudan was recognized Tunisian Revolution 2010 i Overthrow of government Followed by Egypt s 18 days of protest 1213 of American population descent from Africa Victim of colonization The capturing and transporting of Africans against their will for free labor Journey across Atlantic called middle passage middle path of triangular trade i Trade of finished good for slaves then traded for unfinished goods etc 17th amp 18th century height of slave trade Cheap labor in plantation 100 thousand forced to America per year only 5 of total Some African tribes enslaved others to gain guns to protect themselves Slave ship i Slaves laid on ground chained shackled and packed to extremes ii A boat can carry roughly 280 people iii Some were pushed under shelves and crevices iv Unsanitary packed bodies cause disease v 1533 did not survive in these conditions International trade was banned eventually Slavery was still legal within the US Revolt on ship 1839 i Young girls were not shackled located knives for others ii Some men part of elite secret ban of warriors back in their homeland 3 Colonization a DP9939 Concentrated on uninhabited islands Inland was difficult to colonize quotNegroLandquot SubSaharan area Guinea south of SubSaharan divided by the existing resources Rush for Africa enabled by 3 inventions World Civilization Week9 102915 i Quine anti malaria ii New weaponry Breechloading cartridgefiring rifle 1 Much quicker than traditional iii Steam powered and metalhulled ship 1 Can get inland through rivers f Imperialism i Domination of one countries political economic or cultural life by another ii Colonized people were abused forced to work and sometimes killed iii Orientalism is apparent v Liberia and Ethiopia was only country independent at time 3 Continued next lecture on Tuesday