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militarism
The use of strong armies and the threat of force to gain power.
U-boats
Submarines introduced by Germany in World War I. Also known as "underwater boats"
armistice
An agreement to stop fighting
stock market
An organization through which shares of stock in companies are bought and sold
bankrupt
Means a person has no money
Great Depression
A time in the world where prices and wages fell, banks closed, business slowed or stopped, and people could not find jobs. Causing many to not be able to afford food or houses.
New Deal
A program created by Franklin D. Roosevelt where the federal government gave money to each state to help people.
dictator
an absolute, or total, ruler
fascism
a political movement that puts the needs of the nation above the needs of the individual
communism
an economic and political system in which the government owns or controls almost all of the means of production, industries, wages, and prices
police state
a country in which the government has total control over the peopleusing the police
collective farms
large farms owned and controlled by the economic desicions
revolutionaries
rebels demanding self-rule
economic nationalism
putting the economic interests of one's own country above the interests of other countries
aggression
warlike action, such as an invasion or an attack
anti-Semitism
hatred of Jews
genocide
the planned killing of a race of people
Holocaust
the mass murder of millions of Jews and other people by the Nazis in World War II
bloc
a group of nations united under a common idea or for a common purpose
arms race
competition to create and have mroe advanced weapons
partition
to divide a land area into smaller parts
globalization
process in which connections around the world increase and cultures around the world share similar practices
militarism
The use of strong armies and the threat of force to gain power.
U-boats
Submarines introduced by Germany in World War I. Also known as "underwater boats"
armistice
An agreement to stop fighting
stock market
An organization through which shares of stock in companies are bought and sold
bankrupt
Means a person has no money
Great Depression
A time in the world where prices and wages fell, banks closed, business slowed or stopped, and people could not find jobs. Causing many to not be able to afford food or houses.
New Deal
A program created by Franklin D. Roosevelt where the federal government gave money to each state to help people.
dictator
an absolute, or total, ruler
fascism
a political movement that puts the needs of the nation above the needs of the individual
communism
an economic and political system in which the government owns or controls almost all of the means of production, industries, wages, and prices
police state
a country in which the government has total control over the peopleusing the police
collective farms
large farms owned and controlled by the economic desicions
revolutionaries
rebels demanding self-rule
economic nationalism
putting the economic interests of one's own country above the interests of other countries
aggression
warlike action, such as an invasion or an attack
militarism
The use of strong armies and the threat of force to gain power.
U-boats
Submarines introduced by Germany in World War I. Also known as "underwater boats"
armistice
An agreement to stop fighting
stock market
An organization through which shares of stock in companies are bought and sold
bankrupt
Means a person has no money
Great Depression
A time in the world where prices and wages fell, banks closed, business slowed or stopped, and people could not find jobs. Causing many to not be able to afford food or houses.
New Deal
A program created by Franklin D. Roosevelt where the federal government gave money to each state to help people.
dictator
an absolute, or total, ruler
fascism
a political movement that puts the needs of the nation above the needs of the individual
communism
an economic and political system in which the government owns or controls almost all of the means of production, industries, wages, and prices
police state
a country in which the government has total control over the peopleusing the police
collective farms
large farms owned and controlled by the economic desicions
revolutionaries
rebels demanding self-rule
economic nationalism
putting the economic interests of one's own country above the interests of other countries
aggression
warlike action, such as an invasion or an attack
anti-Semitism
the hatred of Jews
genocide
the planned killing of a race of people
Holocaust
the mass murder of millions of Jews and other people by the Nazis in World War II
bloc
a group of nations united under a common idea or for a common purpose
arms race
competition to create and have more advanced weapons
partition
to divide a land area into smaller parts
globalization
process in which connections around the world increase and cultures around the world share similar practices
militarism
The use of strong armies and the threat of force to gain power.
U-boats
Submarines introduced by Germany in World War I. Also known as "underwater boats"
armistice
An agreement to stop fighting
stock market
An organization through which shares of stock in companies are bought and sold
bankrupt
Means a person has no money
Great Depression
A time in the world where prices and wages fell, banks closed, business slowed or stopped, and people could not find jobs. Causing many to not be able to afford food or houses.
New Deal
A program created by Franklin D. Roosevelt where the federal government gave money to each state to help people.
dictator
an absolute, or total, ruler
fascism
a political movement that puts the needs of the nation above the needs of the individual
communism
an economic and political system in which the government owns or controls almost all of the means of production, industries, wages, and prices
police state
a country in which the government has total control over the peopleusing the police
collective farms
large farms owned and controlled by the economic desicions
revolutionaries
rebels demanding self-rule
economic nationalism
putting the economic interests of one's own country above the interests of other countries
aggression
warlike action, such as an invasion or an attack