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Vocabulary List #5

Nazism and Post Wars

TermDefinition
Great Depression A deep, worldwide economic slump, resulted from the stock market crash in USA in 1929; lasted through 1930s, caused hardship around the world
Slump A marked decline
Adolf Hitler German politician and leader of the Nazi Party. He and the Nazi party were responsible for the mass murder of millions of people in the Holocaust
Mein Kampf book written by Adolf Hitler in 1925, explained his hatred towards what he believed were world's 2 evils, communism & Judaism. He wanted to destroy them.
Nazi Party National Socialist German Workers’ Party.; German political party led by Adolf Hitler following WWI, it controlled Germany through a dictatorship
Prejudice judging someone or having an idea about them before you actually know anything about them.
Propaganda ideas or statements that are often false or exaggerated and that are spread to help a cause, a political leader, or a government.
World War II (1939-1945) the second major global conflict of the 1900’s.
Holocaust The mass murder of Jews by the Nazis during World War II. The Nazis murdered 6 million Jews and 5 million people from other groups.
Marshall Plan A U.S. recovery plan, passed in 1948, that offered money to help Western Europe rebuild their countries after World War II.
European Union (EU)-created in 1992 as an economic and political partnership among 27 European countries.
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