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JBerry WWI-WWII

World War I, Great Depression, Rise of Nazism, World War II

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Strong pride in one's nation or ethnic group Nationalism
Leader of the German Nazi Party, elected in 1933 Adolf Hitler
Won World War I Allies
Blamed Germany for the devastation of the war. Treaty of Versailles
National Socialist came to power in 1933 Nazi Party
World War II began 1939
Hitler's army invaded this country, thus began World War II Poland
This Treaty officially ended World War I Treaty of Versailles
This Revolution began in 1917 and had two parts. Russian Revolution
A global economic downturn that started in 1929 and lasted about 10 years. Great Depression
Heir to the throne of Austria-Hungary and was assassinated. Archduke Franz Ferdinand
Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated in Sarajevo
Temporary stopping of fighting, or a truce armistice
Payments for war damages reparations
Created by: Jacquelan