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President of the Germany

Hindenburg

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37 billion debt, no merchant fleet, no port of Danzig, no access to the Rhineland

economic restrictions

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limited troops, navy limited to 10,000 tons, no cadet schools, no offensive weapons

military restrictions

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inflation and destroys the middle class

impact of printing money

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agreement between Russia and Germany to build weapons for Germany

pact with Russia

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Hitler's attempt to overthrow the government by force

Beer Hall Putsch

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Hitler's book

Mein Kampf

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brainwashed and trained young children to be in the military

Hitler's Youth

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posters, films, star of David, businesses boycotted. Makes all German problems the fault of the Jew

Anti-Semitic Campaign

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no kosher meat, no pets, no schools, curfew, no car, no phone

Jewish Restrictions

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used to gain support and change the attitudes of the German people to support his cause

Hitler Propganda

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northwest bulge of the Czechoslovakia which was given to Hitler at the Munich conference

Sudetenland

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US had no obligation to stop Hitler because he was violating a treaty we had never signed

US inaction

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Rhineland, Austria, Sudetenland, rest of Czechoslovakia and finally Poland

Hitler's Expansion

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Agreement with Russia to not attack one another when Hitler invades Poland. Russia gets half of Poland and buys them some time to rearm.

Non-Aggression Pact

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holds Germany's industry and agriculture

Rhineland Importance

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meeting with Germany, Britain and France to determine Hitler's intentions. Agreed to appease Hitler if he would stop taking countries.

Munich Conference

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to give in

Appeasement

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ship carrying Jewish refugees that were rejected by Cuban and US officials

St. Louis