What is Rise of Fascism And how did it lead to World War 2?
the dictators wanted to gain more power and, they thought that their race was the Aryan Supremacy
The reparations Germany was required to pay after World War 1 contributed to the hyper inflation that existed in the Wiemar Republic of Germany that coupled with the Great depression lead to the rise of Dictatorships in Germany and Italy. And with Hitlers rise to power lead the world into World War 2.
well the virtues of the depression falls under the category of fascism which do not fall under the priogrea of 2011. But under hitlers wrath of 6 years they spent all there money on weaponary and cars which meant they printed more money than needed on purpose. So they bought it as fast as they could and everything virtualy went bankrupt
What was the relationship between the rise of fascism in Italy and Germany and rise of communism in the Soviet Union?
These more extreme ideologies arose in the tumultuous climate of the Great Depression, both the extreme right with fascism and the extreme left with communism. Admittedly, the Soviet Union's communism is a product of the Russian Revolutions after World War I, but the regime got progressively more extreme in the 1930s.
What harsh conditions imposed by the Treaty of Versailles after World War 1 most directly laid the foundation for another war?
You have it backwards. The rise of fascism in Italy and Germany contributed to WWII. The leaders of these countries were able to oppress their countrymen and carry out their evil, maniacal agendas and promote their war agendas. Hitler destroyed Germany's constitution and elections in order to carry out his plans. He used fear, killing and deceptive charm to brainwash the Germans. After the war the Germans woke up to the truth of what happened…
Fascism was a direct result of the social and economic instability cause by World War 1 and the Depression. Opportunistic politicians used wartime propaganda to appeal to disgruntled Europeans. Those politicians promised prosperity, the prevention of communism, territorial conquests, and a cure for social problems. That was the basis for the rise of Benito Mussolini and Adolf Hitler, both of whom appealed to unemployed veterans and violent youths.
It had caused Germany to grow resentment towards England and France for placing the treaty of Versailles on Germany limiting its army and having it pay for all the damages caused by the war. this had caused many Germans to be angry at the allies and that allow for the rise of Hitler who also hated the treaty.
The Great Depression brought economic downtimes on many countries, not just the USA. So people turned to new leaders who would bring change to their nation, and people like Hitler, Mussolini, and Franco gained support and subsequently led their countries to fascism, to ensure they would not lose again in the face of war.
I'm no expert but following WW1 Germany had to pay reparations and their currency became almost worthless. Having lost the war and with the economy in such a bad state and people suffering massive inflation and poverty it created a kind of collective depression and psychologically people were looking for leadership that would get them out of decline and improve their self esteem and standard of living. When Hitler came along he capitalised on this…
After World War I, Europe was in a shambles. Boundaries were changed, and countries were formed and countries ceased to exist. The cost of the war left much of Europe destitute. This combination lead to the rise of nationalistic fervor in the defeated nations. There was such upheaval that the Nationalist flame outshone the other political ideologies. This gave rise to dictators.
The treaty of Versailles set very unfair terms of peace for the defeated nations like Germany. These nations were deprived of territory, their military was demobilized and their economies were burdened by subjecting them to compensate for war losses. This lead to severe economic crisis and growth of sentiments of humiliation among the local population. This also led to rise of nationalistic feelings and Nazi party and Adolf Hitler benefited from such feelings and were…