Study Guide for Chapter 28 – The Rise of Totalitarianism    Terms and People to Know
 
Ch 28 pgs. ( 882-890)  Sec 1
Flapper   The Roaring Twenties  Duke Ellington  Louis Armstrong   The Jazz Age   Miriam Ferguson  Lady Nancy Astor     Prohibition   speakeasies    Scopes Monkey Trial   “All Quiet on the Western Front”  Erich Remarque  T.S. Eliot 
 “The Waste Land”    “The Sun Also Rises”   Errnest Hemingway   F. Scott Fitzgerald  Gertrude Stein  “The Lost Generation”  
stream of consciousness     Virginia Woolf      “ Mrs. Dalloway”    James Joyce   “Ullysses”       “Finnegan’s Wake”  
The Harlem Renaisance 
James Weldon Johnson   Jean Toomer   Zora Neale Hurston   Claude McKay   Langston Hughes  
Countee Cullen  Marie Curie     radioactivity    Albert Einstein    Theory of Relativity     Enrico Fermi
J. Robert Oppenheimer    Edward Teller   Alexander Fleming    penicillin  Sigmund Freud   psychoanalysis Henri Matisse   fauves 
cubism   Pablo Picasso    Georges Braque    Paul Klee      Vasily Kandinsky      Dada       surrealism     Salavado Dali     Max Ernst      Bauhaus          Frank Lloyd Wright    

 
Ch28 pgs. (891-897) Sec 2
The British Labour Party   Easter Rising of 1916   I.R.A.   Eire  “Red Scare”      The Maginot Line   The Locarno agreements    The Kellogg-Briand Pact   disarmament   League of Nations    general strike   overproduction   finance     Federal Reserve  
The Stock Market Crash of 1929       The Great Depression   Leon Blum    Popular Front    Herbert Hoover     Franklin Roosevelt     
The New Deal     Social Security   The Dust Bowl      

 
Ch 28 pgs. 898 - 903) Sec 3  
Benito Mussolini      Fascist party       “Black Shirts”   March on Rome      Il Duce     Pope Pius XI
young Fascists    Totalitarian state   fascism     Francisco Franco    Fidel Castro         
 
Ch 28 pgs. ( 904 - 911) Sec 4
Joseph Stalin   Five Year Plans   command economy   NEP     collectives    kulaks  Terror Famine 
Gulag     The Great Purge   “show trials “   “ cult of personality”   socialist ralism   Osip Mandelstam
“Doctor Zhivago”  Boris Pasternak   Yevgeny Zamyatin   “We”   “And Quiet Flows the Don”
Mikhail Sholokhov  russification  atheism     Nadezhda Krupskaya  Alexandra Kollontai 
Comintern   “ Red Scare”          
 
Ch 28 pgs. ( 912 - 921) Sec 5
Adolf Hitler      Weimar Republic    chancellor    Ruhr Valley    Dawes Plan   Bertolt Brecht   The Three Penny Opera  George Grosz       anti-Semitism   National Socialist German Workers Party      “Storm Troopers”    Brown Shirts       “Mein Kampf”       Lebensraum    
“Der Fuhrer”     Third Reich      SS troops     Gestapo       Nuremberg laws   Kristallnacht   “ Hitler Youth Corps”      Richard Wagner    concentration camps    Nicholas Horthy   Joseph Pilsudski   

 
Ideas to Understand
·         Explain how the postwar world tried to ensure the Peace.
·         Identify the challenges Britain, France, and the U.S. faced following WWI.
·         Explain how the Great Depression affected western nations.
·         Identify the new ideas that revolutionized Art, Science, and Literature, and the new trends that emerged after the 1920’s.
·         Explain how women’s lives changed after WWI.
·         Describe and explain Mussolini’s rise to power in Italy.
·         Describe and explain Hitler’s rise to power in Germany.
 
Essay Questions
1. Describe and explain the problems and cultural changes in France, Great Britain, and the U. S. faced after World War I.
2. Describe and explain the rise to power of Mussolini and Fascism in Italy after WWI.
3. Describe and explain the rise to power of Hitler and the National Socialists in Germany after WWI.