Responses to the Great Depression (Germany (Nazi Party , The Racial State…
Responses to the Great Depression
The Racial State
Women and Race
Hilter's Rise to Power
Nuremberg Laws- Nuremberg was a annual rally. In 1935, new racist laws that were prevalent in Nazi ideology were announced. The laws prohibited German Jews from marrying or having relationships with people of German blood.
Type of Government - Germany had a Dictatorship. After Hindenburg passed away in 1934, Hitler became the dictator of Germany.
The Fascist State
The United States
American economic contraction
Smoot-Hawley Tariff Act of 1930 (
The Crash of 1920
Social conditions for Americans
Franklin D. Roosevelt
The New Deal
The Soviet Union
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
The Great Purge- A campaign of political repression which occurred in the Soviet Union from 1936 to 1938. People who opposed Stalin were killed. Even people that didn't oppose him were killed. Over 20 million people were sent to labor camps and more than half of them died.
Five-year plan- It was created by Joseph Stalin and it was a list of economic goals. It was based on his policy of socialism in one country and was implemented between 1928 and 1932.
New Economic Policy (NEP)