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Euro History vocab

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TermDefinition
Reparation When defeated powers must make payments of goods, money, or services to the winning power.
Anti-Semitism bad feelings towards Jews
Nazism belief in the party of Adolf Hitler
Facism totalitarian government that has complete control over its citizens in all areas
Totalitarianism Belief that government goals are more important than Civil Rights
Holocaust The time period in which Hitler murdered millions of Jews
Reunification Bringing back together the 2 parts of Germany under one government
Independence Becoming free from someone's rule
Industrial Revolution Rapid development of industry in Britain in the 18th and 19th centuries by introducing machines
Trade Exchanging, purchasing, or the sale of goods
Berlin Wall Wall that split Germany into East and West Germany
colony a territory or body of people living in a new place but keeping ties with the parent country
Natural Resources material sources of wealth such as timber, minerals, etc
Revolution A great and often violent change
Empire A group of lands under one ruler
Imperialism A system of building foreign empires for military and trade advantages
Alliance When close associations of nations are formed (friends)
Nationalism Extreme loyalty and devotion to your country
Regime The government that is in power at any given time
Armistice A temporary halt in fighting, a truce
Treaty A formal agreement between 2 or more groups for peace, economics, or international issues
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