|In the years from 1924-1929 the economy went through a period of prosperity known as the ... Twenties. Happy Roaring Peacful Good.
During the Roaring Twenties, it was ... which experienced the greatest prosperity. the United Kingdom the United States France Germany.
USA become the world’s top economic power, based on three pillars: Industrial development, an increase in consumption and... Colonial Empire European support Investment in Germany Stock market investments.
The prosperity of the Roaring Twenties led people to trust the communist system, which had allowed them to enjoy a high standard of living with readily available goods and services. True Fasle.
Economic prosperity came to an end in ... This was the year in which the United States experienced a severe economic crisis caused by excess production in relation to consumption. 1919 1928 1929 1930.
During the First World War, the U.S. agricultural industry, along with other major industries, had dramatically dicreased its production in order to supply their allies in the war True False.
By the end of the war, demand in European countries decreased, creating an accumulation of stock in agricultural products and industrial goods that had not been sold. True False.
The real situation of many companies did not correspond to the high value their stock had on the market. In 1929, this situation created an atmosphere of distrust and the rise of share prices slowed. True False.
On 24 October 1929, a date known as ..., fear of an even further drop in prices caused many investors to sell stocks at an extremely fast pace, some stocks actually having no buyers. As a result, prices plummeted and Wall Street crashed, driving many companies out of business and causing great fortunes to vanish. Crash Thursday Dark Thursday Bad Thursday Black Thursday.
In the United States, the ... market crash sparked a widespread depression. Millions of people lost their money and their savings. Countless banks went bankrupt, since they had invested their funds in buying stock or granting credit to acquire shares. industrial stock agricultural military.
From 1930 to 1931, the crisis spread from the U.S. to the rest of the world, affecting Europe and countries in Asia and Latin America. It thus became a global crisis, known as the ..., and one of the biggest economic crises in history. Great Depression Great Fall Great Crisis Great Crack.
The consequences of the 1929 crisis affected several areas, match every consequence on the left with their area on the right. Economy Society Politics Population.
Proposals for a solution started to appeared, Some countries promoted autarchy, or economic self-sufficiency, emphasising the use of foreign resources and limiting imports as much as possible. True False.
Some countries promoted autarchy to solve the economic depression. However, the majority of countries adopted the ideas of the British economist... , who argued for state intervention in the economy to stimulate investments, employment and consumption. Woodrow Wilson Franklin Delano Roosevelt Winston Churchill John Maynard Keynes.
In 1933, the new president Franklin Delano Roosevelt enacted a series of economic and social programmes known as the ... New Deal Plan Dawes New Horizon Deal Project.
What did the New Deal include? Choose the correct ones. Regulations for banks, forcing them to grant loans at low interest rates. Regulations for companies, forcing them employ workers. Subsidies for landowners and businesses to limit production. Regulations for banks, forcing them to reject loans at low interest rates. A reduction in the maximum number of weekly working hours. The establishment of minimum wages. Subsidies for landowners and businesses to increase production. Social insurances (unemployment, age, disability, widow...). Public works.
During the interwar period, the catastrophe of the First World War and the post-war difficulties bred a new current of thought against the totalitarian system. True False.
Democracy and the parliamentary system were maintained in the United States and in European countries with more liberal traditions, such as the United Kingdom and France. True False.
Other states in western and southern Europe adopted authoritarian regimes with one ruler, or totalitarian regimes with one party that had total control over society. True False.
... parties held full political power and control over people’s lives. In countries where they rose to power, they implemented Democratic Totalitarian.
Totalitarianism violently repressed any opposition through the political police, such as the Gestapo and the SS in... Spain Germany Italy Portugal.
Fascism was the creation of journalist ..., who founded the National Fascist Party in 1921, using paramilitary groups –Italian Combat Squad, or Blackshirts –to quash the workers’ movement. Benito Mussolini Adolf Hitler.
Benito Mussolini gained support from large landowners, small bourgeoisie, the Church and King ... Alfonso XIII Amadeo de Saboya Victor Emmanuel I Victor Emmanuel III.
In 1922, the successful intervention of the Italian Combat Squad against the trade unions and workers’ strikes allowed Mussolini to claim power. To pressure the government, he organised a March on Naples with the Blackshirts and was subsequently named prime minister by the king. True False.
Once in power, Mussolini established a Fascist dictatorship. In doing so, he took complete control over the country, restricted freedoms, prohibited political parties, repressed trade unions and any other opposition using secret police (...), directed the economy and controlled every aspect of social life through propaganda and censorship. Gestapo Falange OVRA SS.
The causes that led to Nazism in Germany can be traced to discontent during the Weimar Republic, from 1918 to ..., with the humiliation of the Treaty of Versailles, as well as the post-war situation: economic crisis, unemployment and social unrest expressed through revolutionary movements. 1933 1936 1939 1922.
Nazism arose around the ex-soldier ... and the National Socialist German Workers’ Party, founded in 1920, and had a paramilitary group (Storm Troopers, or SA), who fought the communists. Benito Mussolini Adolf Hitler.
Once in power, Hitler founded the ..., through which he established a fierce dictatorship, dissolved the other parties, prohibited trade unions and eliminated fundamental freedoms and rights. German Reich The Fasces Third Reich Weimar Republic.
Hitler sought social cohesion through the idea of the superiority of the Aryan race. Aryan Jews Balkan Slav.
Hitler adopted a military policy based on rearmament and compromise the Treaty of Versailles and the territorial terms. True False.
Benito Mussolini was also known as ... il Duce the Führer the Generalísimo Supreme chancellor.
Adolf Hitler was also known as ... il Duce the Führer the Generalísimo Supreme chancellor.
In his Mein Kampf (My fight), Adolf Hitler explain the concept of 'Lebensraum' or ... for the Aryan people in order to justify the German militarism and expansionism. revenge spirit living space land promise military space.
Il Popolo d'Italia ("The People of Italy") was an Italian newspaper published from 15 November 1914 until 24 July 1943. It was founded by Benito Mussolini True False.
On May 30 in ..., Matteotti addressed a ringing denunciation of the Fascist Party to the Chamber. Less than two weeks later (June 10) six Fascist squadristi kidnapped Matteotti in Rome, murdered him, and hastily buried his body outside the city near Riano Flaminio. 1922 1933 1924 1925.