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Part 1 – Rise of authoritarian Fascist government: I. Causes for the rise of Fascism A. Europeans were frustrated by the Great DepressionPart 1 – Rise of authoritarian Fascist government: I. Causes for the rise of Fascism A. Europeans were frustrated by the Great Depression
Describe the rise of authoritarian political regimes and analyze the policies and main ideas of Benito Mussolini
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The term Détente refers toThe term Détente refers to
The post wwii division of Europe into a West of us-backed Western powers and an East dominated by the Soviet Union
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Archived Online ExhibitArchived Online Exhibit
Originally exhibited summer-fall 1997 at the Thomas Cooper Library, University of South Carolina
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The decade of the 1920s has been characterized as both an "age of anxiety" and a "period of hope."
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The Rise of Fascism in ItalyThe Rise of Fascism in Italy
Fascism is a radical, authoritarian nationalist political ideology. Fascists advocate the creation of a totalitarian single-party state that seeks the mass mobilization of a nation through indoctrination, physical education
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Chapter 26 + 27 Study GuideChapter 26 + 27 Study Guide
An improvement in conditions, because unions had been cooperative during wartime production
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The Unification of ItalyThe Unification of Italy
After the Congress of Vienna in 1815, Austria ruled the Italian provinces of Venetia and Lombardy in the north, and several small states. In the south, the Spanish Bourbon family ruled the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies
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Fabulous art back on display at hearst castleFabulous art back on display at hearst castle
San Simeon, ca.–After a lengthy process of conservation treatment that spanned several years, the Nine Muse Sarcophagus is back on display at Hearst Castle® in the hilltop location chosen by William Randolph Hearst
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Summary: The two decades following World War I were characterized by an economic depression and social and cultural insecurity, which led to the rise of fascism and World War II. Key IdeasSummary: The two decades following World War I were characterized by an economic depression and social and cultural insecurity, which led to the rise of fascism and World War II. Key Ideas
The interwar years, the 1920s and 1930s, were years of economic, social, and cultural uncertainty
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Integration and Immigration: The Case of the Italian RomaniIntegration and Immigration: The Case of the Italian Romani
Population change leads to social change, often unwelcome. So, naturally, immigration and the issue of how to integrate these newcomers has become a pressing issue politically, institutionally
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