1-Illegal Weapons Importation 2-Severe Depression 3- Communist Government
1- Food Rationed 2- Must Pay Billions in Reparations 3- Lost Overseas Colonies
1-Women Enter The Workforce 2-Conquered Territory Returned 3- Reestablished the Monarchy
1- Wave of African Immigrants 2- Sever Inflation 3- Nation Divided in Two
1- Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand 2- Germany Invades Poland
1- Sinking of the Lustitania 2-Atomic Bomb Dropped on Hiroshima
1- Communist Revolution in Russia 2-Japan Invades China
1- Germany Invades Belgium 2- Japan Attacks Pearl Harbor
Introduced atomic weapons
Reduced the size of armed forces
Established international organizations
Fixed prices on critical materials, including food and textiles
The Crimean War
World War I
The Cold War
World War II
Germany refused to join any European alliances.
Nations pledged to intervene if an ally was attacked.
Asian nations viewed the agreements as intentionally exclusive.
The alliance between Fracne and Austra-Hungary upset the balance of poet among Europena nations
A glorification of the military
A military policy that dominates a state
A desire to fight for one's own self-interest
Aggressive preparation for war
The ottoman empire declares war on Russia
Italy changes sides
The Neutraility of Belgium is violated
France attacks Germany
The Germangovernment's printing of massive amounts of paper money led to rapid inflation within Germany.
The Germany government's refusal to pay led to a rapid increase in the price of gold on the international market.
The German government's payment of gold to the Allied governments led to a lack of precious metals in Germany.
The Germany governents trade embargo on Allied governments led to a rapid increase in the wealth of the German people.
Germany agreed to his fourteen points, but France refused.
Each of the Fourteen points was incorporated into the Treat of Versailles.
Many of his points were implemented by most nations in Europe.
The Treaty of Versailles only implemented his one point to form an inter nation organization.
The reparations of disarmament of Germany
The establishment of the League of Nations
The mandate system to replace German and Ottoman rule
The foundation of resentment that fueled WW II
The German economy thrived after adopting capitalist principles
There German government allied with Russia to become communist
Germany's massive war reparations destabilized the economy.
Germany's constitutional monarchy was replaced by democracy
Developing the combat tank
Using heavy bombers on Moscow
Transporting Lenin in secret to Russia
Permitting Czar Nicholas II to escape into Austria-Hungary
To isolate forces still fighting Bolshevik leadership
To prevent nationalist revolutions by ethnic groups
To establish official borders with neighboring countries
To limit the expansion of fascism into newly acquired territory
Leon Trotsky and Boris Yeltsin
Vladimir Lenin and Joesph Stalin
Leonid Brezhnev and Yuri Andropov
Mikhail Gorbachev and Nikita Khrushchev
Beginning of the Cold War
End of World War I
Promise of Peace and Food
Stalin's harsh rule
Her vast tundra
The Ural Mountains
Russia was completely landlocked.
The ukraine had many warm water ports
Ruissia had control of Ukrainian rivers
The ukraine was stealing Ruissian lands
It lacked the power or military strength to halt aggression.
It lacked a budget to pursue efforts for peaceful cooperation.
It prevented American and British efforts to stop German aggression.
It did not have the ability to extend membership to additional nations after 1924