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10th Grade Chapter24

The West Between the Wars (1919-1939)

Evidence that the United States generally followed a policy of isolationism during the period 1919-1939 is that the United States refused to join the League of Nations
During the 1930’s the Nazi (National Socialist) Party received support from the German people because it promised to improve economic conditions in Germany
The Treaty of Versailles contributed to the economic collapse of Germany after World War I by requiring that Germany pay for war damages.
One goal of the League of Nations was to promote peaceful relations wordwide.
Disintegration of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, creation of new nation-states in central Europe, and Germany loss of colonies were all consequences of World War I
Which action contributed to the success of Lenin’s communists revolution in Russia? Peasants were promised land reform.
Which statement best explains why many Germans became discontented with the Weimer Republic in the early 1930s? Germany was experiencing widespread unemployment and other economic problems.
One reason the League of Nations failed as a world organization was that it lacked a military force to settle conflicts
Adolf Hitler was aided in his rise to power by economic problems of post-WWI Germany
Which was the major reason for the rise of dictatorships in Europe in the two decades following WWI widespread economic disorder
The establishment of independent countries of Czechoslovakia, Hungary, and Yugoslavia was the result of World War I
The rise of aggressive fascist governments in Europe occurred during the time period between 1915-1945
The harsh conditions imposed by the Treaty of Versailles after WWI helped lay the foundation for the rise of fascism in Germany
Fascism in Europe during the 1920’s and 1930’s is best described as a form of totalitarianism that glorified the state above the individual.
President Woodrow Wilson’s ideals were best represented in the Treaty of Versailles in its provisions calling for the establishment of a general association of the world’s nation.
In Europe during the 1920s and 1930s, sever inflation, high unemployment, and fear of communism all contributed to the rise of Fascist governments in Italy, Germany, and Spain.
During the mid-1930’s, a characteristic that was common to Fascist Italy, Nazi Germany, and Communist Russia? one-party system that denied basic human rights.
Which situation was a major result of World War I (1914-1918) The Treaty of Versailles contained provisions that contributed to the political and economic problems of Europe.
Which statement best summarizes the approach of President Franklin D. Roosevelt to the Great Depression of the 1930's? Provide government aid to many sectors of the economy at once.
Which statement best describes the political situation in the Soviet Union immediately after Lenin's death in 1924? A power struggle developed among Communist Party leaders.
Use of violence and terror, censorship and government control of the news, blind loyalty to their leader, and extreme nationalism all describe what ideology? fascism
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