The Growth of Fascism Video

Video title: The Growth of Fascism

Watch this 20th Century World History and Causes of World War 2 video entitled The Growth of Fascism to study the aftermath of World War 1, the disintegration of the empires that had dominated central and Eastern Europe, and the political tensions caused by the Russian Revolution, were two important factors that sowed the seeds for the growth of fascism. Discover the economic and social effects of a worldwide depression in the 1930's.

Learn about The Growth of Fascism as a cause of World War 2.

 

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  • Rise of Fascism. Learn about The Growth of Fascism as a cause of World War 2. Explore how, in the aftermath of World War 1, the disintegration of the empires that had dominated central and eastern Europe and the political tensions caused by the Russian Revolution were two important factors that sowed the seeds for the growth of fascism and were the eventual causes of World War 2.
  • Discover the economic and social effects of a worldwide depression in the 1930's.
  • Trace the rise to power and the territorial conquests pursued by militaristic regimes in Germany, Italy, and Japan in the years preceding the outbreak of World War 2.
  • Understand how the terms leveled against Germany in the Treaty of Versailles, the peace settlement that ended World War 1, led to the formation of the Third Reich.
  • Survey how the terms of the Munich Pact and the ultimate alliance between the Soviet Union and the Western powers shaped the initial course and the outcome of World War 2.
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