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Glossary of Rise of Dictators

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inflation,unemployment,worldwide economic depression
economic problems post ww1
weimar govt,popularity of socialism/facism/nazism
weak govts post ww1
powerless league of nations
post ww1
conditions led to the rise of dictators
post ww1
unstable govt,charismatic personalities, incredible speakers, strong desire to change, have an agenda, always follow the laws until they capture power, all dictators use doce to maintain power
reasons why dictators rise to power
1912
sent to st. petersburg
1913
last arrest
1924-1928
trotsky vs. stalin
1928
became supreme ruler
industrial production doubled in the first 5 years and then doubled again in the next 5 years, slave labor produced the sucess
5 year plan
collecting farmland for govt reasons, resistance= work camp,
collectivization of farms
wealthy/middle class farmers
kulaks
1932-1933
3 million kulaks were liquidated in ukraine
stalin eliminates threats such as authors,poets,communist party offiicials,close friends,playwrights
purges
wont fight eachother, hitler had a one-front war and stalin got poland
nazi/soviet non-aggression pact
my struggle
mein kamph
national socialist german workers party becomes
nazi party
hitler lost the presidential race to
marshal von hinderburg
german parliament
reichstag
created the facism party
mussolini
made people believe that italy was strong/ mussolini was strong
propoganda

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