Interwar Period International Relations by: noeruk xiong

  1. Some look to science to help support disillusion with the world.
  2. Movies became big entertainment.
  3. Many people feel increasingly fearful of the unpredictable world.
  4. Post war prosperity crashes.
  5. People in early post war era live for the moment, not planning on future.
  1. Outdated factories and "replaced" as industrial easer byJapan and America.
  2. Ramsay McDonald was the leader of the Labour Party.
  3. During Easter, revolt was against their government in an attempt to gain independence.
  4. IRA terrorists group fights for THEIR independence.
  5. Problems will be solved peacefully.
America
  1. Oct. 29th, 1929. Black Tuesday happened because of speculation.
  2. Women started wearing hair and skirts shorter and start hanging in jazz clubs
  3. Led by Hebert Hoover in the early stages of the depression years.
  4. Social Security Act of 1935 provided unemployment and old-aged benefits.
  5. Series of reforms in an attempt to drag thei country.
France
  • Farmland as well as entire cities of the North at in ruins as a result of the battles of WW1.
  • Wartime alliance with Italy ones to an end.
  • Spent large amount of money to fortify borders with the Maginot Line.
  • Signed a mutual assistance treaty with Czechoslovakia and Poland.
  • The Lorcano Pact.
Germany
  1. Leader knows as Der Fuhrer
  2. His inspired speeches led his people to believe they could be restored in their pride.
  3. Secretly began to rebuild and rearm the army.
  4. The Weimar Republic was proved weak and ineffective.
Italy
  • Fascist leader known as Benito Mussolini, also known as II Dulce, rises to power.
  • Symbol of country is Roman axe bundled tightly with rods.
  • Youth followers, known as "Sons of Wolf".
  • Violence played a major role in politics.
Soviet Union
  • New Economic plan kept heavy industry, communications, transportation, and credit systems under government control.
  • The 5-year plan resulted in decreased agricultural output and many starve.
  • Vlamidir Lenin rose o lead the country.
  • Became a command economy in which government controlled all economic decisions.
  • ALL religion was discouraged and in many cases banned all together.
  • The "purge" rid the country of party members suspected of being disloyal.

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