HIST 103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Timothy D. Snyder, Party System, Totalitarianism

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12 Nov 2014
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Hist 103 - world history since 1900 - lecture 9: german fascism and the second world. Liberalism is becoming popular in major economic powers such as britain and usa after wwi. Liberalism supports resolution of conflicts through negotiation. Thus britain and usa are liberal empires. After wwi, challenges to liberalism and the international powers which supported it began to arise. Communism, as discussed in the last lecture. Today"s lecture is going to focus on fascism. Rise of fascism challenges the status quo and existing international world powers. Second reich of germany was not fascist yet. The period from wwi to wwii led to polarization of ideologies. Extreme left wing or extreme right wing. Organized movement to support a charismatic leader. Hitler and mussolini are both popular among the citizens. Incorporating a common individual into political organizations. Germany: women are mandatory participants of women"s organizations and childrens are automatically members of youth groups.

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