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Thomas Smith

nationalism the unique culture identity of a person base on a common language religion and national symbol
Kaiser Germany foe Ceaser the title of the emperor of the second Germany empire
mandate a national governed by another nation of on behalf of the league of nation
militarism a reliance on the military strength
realpolitik politic of reality
depression a period of low economy activity and rising unemployment
appeasement satisfying demand of dissatisfied powered on an effort to maintain peace and stability
dictatorship a form of government were a person or group has absolute power
fascism political philosophy that glorified the states above the individual by emphasizing that need for a strong central government led by a dictatorial ruler
sanction a restriction intended to enforce international law
conscription military draft
totalitarian state a government that aim to control the political, economic, social intellectual and cultural live of its citizen
blitzkrieg German for "lighting war" a swift and sudden military attack used by the Germany during WWII
propaganda idea spred to influence public opinion for or against a cause
genocide the dibelerate mass murder of a particular racial political or culture group
armistice a truce or agreement to end finding
reparation a Marxist rejected the resolution approach believing
Created by: joann_phan_2002