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1 WORLD HISTORY: THE INTER-WAR YEARS

2 Society in the 1920s Russian Revolution Germany and Hitler Italy and Mussolini Miscellaneous

3 SOCIETY IN THE 1920S This individual developed the scientific Theory of Relativity.

4 SOCIETY IN THE 1920S 100 Albert Einstein Å

5 SOCIETY IN THE 1920S This art form combined the reality of the world with the idea of dreams.

6 SOCIETY IN THE 1920S Surrealism Å

7 SOCIETY IN THE 1920S The belief that there is no universal meaning to life and that each person creates his/her own meaning through choices and actions is this.

8 SOCIETY IN THE 1920S Existentialism Å

9 SOCIETY IN THE 1920S This individual created the ideas of psychoanalysis and the unconscious mind.

10 SOCIETY IN THE 1920S Sigmund Freud Å

11 SOCIETY IN THE 1920S This is the economic term for a sever downturn in the economy defined by high unemployment, low GDP, and widespread hardship for the people.

12 SOCIETY IN THE 1920S Depression Å

13 RUSSIAN REVOLUTION Leader of the Bolsheviks who successfully overthrew the provisional government.

14 RUSSIAN REVOLUTION Vladimir Lenin Å

15 RUSSIAN REVOLUTION Holy Man who enticed Czarina Alexandria and helped heal her son Alexis in return for running the Russian government.

16 RUSSIAN REVOLUTION Rasputin Å

17 RUSSIAN REVOLUTION This was designed by Stalin to increase agricultural and industrial output, by setting impossibly high quotas, and to improve transportation.

18 RUSSIAN REVOLUTION Five-Year Plan Å

19 RUSSIAN REVOLUTION Stalin created this group because religion to him was dangerous and a threat to his control since it gave his people another power to believe in.

20 RUSSIAN REVOLUTION League of the Militant Godless Å

21 RUSSIAN REVOLUTION Impact that Bloody Sunday had on the relationship between the Czar and his people.

22 RUSSIAN REVOLUTION Broke the traditional idea that the Czar is the father of the people, making it easier for the people to fight back. Å

23 GERMANY AND HITLER Hitler wanted this for the supreme Aryan race.

24 GERMANY AND HITLER Lebensraum Å

25 GERMANY AND HITLER This set of German laws singled out Jews.

26 GERMANY AND HITLER Nuremberg Laws Å

27 GERMANY AND HITLER The German democratic state, established after WWI and the abdication of the Kaiser was known as this.

28 GERMANY AND HITLER Weimar Republic Å

29 GERMANY AND HITLER This Nazi secret police were known as this.

30 GERMANY AND HITLER Gestapo Å

31 GERMANY AND HITLER This youth organization was meant to establish males as future soldiers, and women as future mothers. This was Hitler s form of indoctrination.

32 GERMANY AND HITLER Hitler Youth and the German League of Girls Å

33 ITALY AND MUSSOLINI Known for ruling Italy as a Fascist and the first one to create Fascism.

34 ITALY AND MUSSOLINI Benito Mussolini Å

35 ITALY AND MUSSOLINI Name one of the aims of Mussolini.

36 ITALY AND MUSSOLINI Restore the pride of Italy Return to the height of the Roman Empire Build up the country so it never had to bow to another power Å

37 ITALY AND MUSSOLINI Mussolini had a core groups of fascist followers who were recognizable by this colored shirt.

38 ITALY AND MUSSOLINI Black shirts Å

39 ITALY AND MUSSOLINI The allegiance of a citizen in a FASCIST country is not to the individual but to this.

40 ITALY AND MUSSOLINI State Å

41 ITALY AND MUSSOLINI Name one tactic used by totalitarian leaders.

42 ITALY AND MUSSOLINI Police terror Propaganda Persecution Indoctrination Censorship Å

43 MISCELLANEOUS The working class in Russia that is made up of the majority of the population, their greatest enemy was the Bourgeoisie.

44 MISCELLANEOUS Proletariat Å

45 MISCELLANEOUS These Russian democratically elected groups of workers, laborers, and soldiers had more power in cities that did the provisional government.

46 MISCELLANEOUS Soviets Å

47 MISCELLANEOUS The Night of Broken Glass, Hitler s first direct attack on the Jews, is known as what in German.

48 MISCELLANEOUS Kristallnacht Å

49 MISCELLANEOUS To have total control as a government and use that control over all aspects of state life, including the citizens is known as this.

50 MISCELLANEOUS Totalitarianism Å

51 MISCELLANEOUS In order to rid the Communist party of any opponents, Stalin implemented this.

52 MISCELLANEOUS Great Purge Å

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