07.08 Module Review and Discussion-Based Assessment (Holocaust:The…
07.08 Module Review and Discussion-Based Assessment
Holocaust:The Holocaust was the genocide carried out by the Nazis during World War II. It lasted from 1939 to 1945. During the Holocaust, 11 million people were killed, including six million Jews.
Though the discovery of the extremity of the Holocaust did not end genocide, it has led to a greater worldwide condemnation of genocide. It also led to the establishment of Israel.
New Deal:The New Deal was a plan initiated by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt to bring the United States out of the Depression.
blitzkrieg:the total military onslaught by the Nazis
totalitarian:a government in which one party rules a nation
anti-Semitism:policies, views, or actions that discriminate against Jews
self-determination: the political principle that every nationality should be allowed autonomy and its own country
radiation:media intended to influence public opinion
inflation:an increase in the supply of currency or credit in relation to the availability of goods and services
Isolationism: the policy of non-involvement with foreign problems
Militarism: the strong influence by the military on the government of a country
Appeasement: giving in to another's unreasonable or immoral demands
Democratization: to make a country or organization democratic
Propaganda: media intended to influence public opinion
Genocide: the systematic destruction of a national, ethnic, or religious group
Trenches: deep narrow ditches in the ground
Fascism: ideology stressing dictatorship, state control, extreme nationalism, and elimination of opposition
Vladimir Lenin: was a leader of the Bolsheviks, the communist group who overthrew the democratic government (that had in its turn recently overthrown the czar) of Russia..
Francisco Franco: A military leader who led the Nationalists to overthrow the leftist Republicans during the Spanish Civil War (1936–1939).
Treaty of Versailles: The Treaty of Versailles was the peace treaty drawn up during the Paris Peace Conference in 1919 at the end of World War I.
Kaiser Wilhelm II: was Kaiser Wilhelm I's grandson. He became the leader of Germany in 1888, and in 1890, he allowed Germany's Reinsurance Treaty with Russia to lapse.