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1930s - Great Depression - Rise of Fascism

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3 An army of veterans who demanded their bonus checks they were promised for going to war by the government, but did not receive them.
4 This Act reestablished the NIRA provision of collective bargaining.
6 German airforce roared over Poland raining bombs on military bases, air fields, railroads, and cities. This invasion was the first test of Germany's newest military strategy.
7 Hoover signed into law this act which lowered mortgage rates for homeowners and allowed farmers to refinance their farm loans and avoid foreclosure.
8 In 1930 Congress passed this act that established the highest protective tariff in United States history. Designed to protect American farmers and manufacturers from foreign competition.
11 Established the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
12 Stalin signed this pact with Hitler agreeing to never attack eachother anymore.
13 Rose to power in Italy in 1922, he established a totalitarian regime.
14 One of the largest of the New Deal programs that created jobs as quickly as possible.
15 The Japanese invaded thisnplace in China.
16 In an effort to keep the U.S. out of future wasrs Congress passed this act.
18 Night of Broken Glass. Nazi storm troopers attacked Jewish homes, businesses, and synagogues across Germany.
19 One of the most important achievements of the New Deal. Consisted of three major parts: Old Age insurance for retirees, the unemployment compensation system, and aid to families with dependent children and the disabled.
20 The deliberate and systematic killing of an entire population.
21 Many Americans thought that this former President was giving money to the wrong people during the Great Depression.
22 The United Sates port Japan attacked on December 7th, 1941.
23 During this time the Roosevelt administration launched a period of intense activity where Congress passed more than 15 major pieces of the New Deal legislation.
29 Stresses nationalism and places the interests of the state above those of individuals. Fascists argue power must rest with a single strong leader and a small group of devoted party members.
1 Took control of the Soviet Union after Lenin had died. He focused on creting a model communist state.
2 He worked his way up into the military to become chancellor of Germany.
5 The drought that began in the early 1930s that wreaked havoc on the Great Plains.
7 He was well liked by the American people for his 'can do' attitude, and elected President as well.
9 Germany, Italy, and Japan
10 A government that tries to exert complete control over its citizens, citizens have no rights, and the government suppresses all opposition.
17 Cash payments or food provided by the government to the poor.
24 The systematic murder of 11 million people across Europe, more than half of whom were Jews.
25 Senator of Louisiana who turned against Roosevelt, because he was eager to win the presidency himself. He proposed a nationwide program called 'Share-Our-Wealth'.
26 What Roosevelt promised the American people, focused on three general goals: relief for the needy, economic recovery, and financial reform.
27 Great Britain, France, U.S., Russia.
28 Because several Americans lost their jobs and were evicted from their homes thes little towns sprang up, consisting of shacks where people lived.
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