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Who were the leading Nazis
Göering, Goebells, Hess, and Himmler, Rohm
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What was Göerings role?
Military leader
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What was Joseph Goebells role?
Propoganda Minister
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What was Rudolf Hess's role?
Deputy Führer
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What was Himmlers role?
Leader of the SS
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What was Rohms role?
Leader of the SA
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Minority groups in Nazi Germany
Women, Artists, Jews, Homosexuals, Gypsies, Black people, Disabled people,
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Treatment of Disabled People
The mentally and physically handicapped recieved harsh treatment from the Nazis. What started off as not letting alcoholics have children, later became euthanasia of those the nazis did not deem fit.
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Treament of the Jews
Ghettos, Concentration camps, Death, Public beatings, No german women or man was allowed to enter a relationship with a jew, fired from government jobs
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Treatment of women
Women were viewed to be the breeders of the 1000 year Reich- Women were encouraged to marry, Nazis set up programs for women ot have children to SS soilders, Gertrude Scholtz- Klink was seen to be the ideal German women.
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Nuremberg Laws
Jews must be called by certain names, Marriages between Jews and Germans are forbidden, Jews were eliminated from economic life, identification badges for jews, Jews are banned from government buildings,
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Key Terms:
Lebensborn - Pure chidren program, born to Ayran parents. Volksgemeinschaft - Poeples community. Herrenvolk - The pure German race
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The cult of Hitler
Hitler was viewed as a demi god to Nazi German society (lied to the public to promote this message), Hitler had complete control of Germany,
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Elections
Appeared to b democratic, but if you didnt vote for the Nazi party you would be persecuted as Nazi soldiers were looking over you while you voted.
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Tokugawa Japan
Feudal Japan was ruled under the Tokugawa Shogun- Tokugawa was the last feudal Japanese military government which exsisted between 1603 and 1861
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Commodore Matthew Perry's Visit to Japan
Commodore Matthew Perry sailed to Japan in 1853 with the intention of setting up diplomatic relations between America and Japan. Perry wanted trade agreements, coal and supplies for American vessels and protection for shipwrecked sailors
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Commodore Matthew Perry's Visit to Japan
Japan could not refuse Perry's offer as it would result in a war Japan would loose because of its poor military effort, Perry would return in one year for Japans answer.
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Commodore Matthew Perry's Visit to Japan
• In 1854 Commodore Perry and an even larger squadron returned to Japan for Japans answer regarding the treaty. Negotiations were started, and at the end of March the Treaty of Kanagawa was signed
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Pre Restoration
Samurai were the Japanese military, lived under a struct code called the code of bushido which translate 'to serve'. The samuai were extremly disiplined, Samurais role in feudal Japan was very important,
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Feudal vs Modern
Western Knowledge was frowned upon in Feudal Japan, the closed door policy was introduced which forbided Western ships and knowlege. In the 5 charter oath knowledge was sought upon, all classes would unite which was completely di
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During the Meiji restoration
Samurais were forced to hand over their swords & Chop their top knots off, 5 charter oath was introduced, Foreign officials were brought in to help shape the new Japan, Emperor Meiji introduced conscription in 1873, Clothing – Within business
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Sino- Japanese War
Japan signed a trade agreement with Korea, Korea was still considered under Chinese control, Japan got more and more involved in Korean business
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Sino - Japanese War
China considered Japan and Koreas relationship to be “unwarranted Japanese Intrusion into Korean domestic affairs”. In 1894 there was a minor conflict in Korea that both China and Japan sent troops to help,
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Sino - Japanese War
The war lead to total disaster for China on land and sea,
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Sino -Japanese War
• The Japanese navy was far more modern and efficient compared to the Chinese Navy. Chinese boats were short on ammunition, the Chinese also suffered due to corruption (which lead to poor leadership), this lead to the Japanese’s strong victory
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Sino- Japanese War
• As the victor Japan gained great international prestige, it dominated the Korean economy. The Treaty of Shimonoseki (1895) was signed to keep peace between China and Japan.
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