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Terms and Questions from 14.3-Section 3

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  • Q1
    What is Fascism?
    A movement that promotes Nationalism, denial of individual rights, and a one-party dictatorship
    A method of exchange of power granted from one person to another, usually through familial ties
    A movement that wishes to spread globally, denies individual rights, and uses a one-party dictatorship
    A political system where leaders are voted into power by the citizenry
  • Q2
    Who was Benito Mussolini?
    A politician who was legally handed the role of Il Duce by King Emmanuel III
    Founder of the Fascist party of Italy, came into power in 1922
    A politician who attempted reforms in France during the great depression
  • Q3
    When did Adolf Hitler achieve the role of chancellor?
  • Q4
    What were the three main political beliefs of Nazism?
    Fascism, Nationalism, and Anti-Semitism
    Communism, Equality, and Diversification of Citizens
    Fascism, Anti-Semitism, and Scientific Racism
    Democracy, Capitalism, and Peace
  • Q5
    What was the book "Mein Kampf" about?
    It was a memoire about his time in prison
    It described Hitler's anti-Semitism, and his political plans for Germany
    It acted as a diary that he used from World War I until his death
  • Q6
    What is the English meaning of the German word "Lebensraum"?
    Lacking Military
    Long rope
    Loose Clothing
    Living Space
  • Q7
    Italy's rise to Fascism was was led by worsening economic conditions, as well as disappointment in the territory received in the Paris Peace Conferecne after World War I
  • Q8
    How did Hitler Maintain Power?
    Through clever campaigning and quality leadership
    The use of Propaganda from a young age, the abolishment of democracy, and the use of the SS to silence his enemies

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