wanted women to produce more workers.
by 1935, the proportion of women workers in the ussr's workforce was in every five.
if the ussr's economy had remained agriculture-based rather than industrialized,
women would have been much less in demand in the workforce.
joseph stalin believed he needed absolute authority in the ussr in order
unite the country and make it strong.
what was joseph stalin's goal in creating a command economy?
to out produce capitalist nations
how did the great purge demonstrate joseph stalin's paranoia?
the purge targeted those who might challenge stalin's power.
why did the transition to collectivization result in widespread starvation?
peasants were not allowed to keep food until met government quotas.
altering photographs was part of joseph stalin's effort
the was part of stalin's secret police force.
under nazi rule, the university curriculum was changed to place the most emphasis
what issue caused german citizens to be wiling to accept new ?
the lack of job availability
six months after the munich conference, annexed
can be described as a fanatical despot because
force and despised persuasion.
why were idealistic supporters of nazi party willing to endorse 's annexation of austria?
the wanted a quick return to the former power and glory of germany.
the reich based its power primarily
most likely forced jews to wear a yellow star so that jews
be identified and arrested more easily.
what was the original purpose of the ss?
to intimidate the german population
appeasement was a popular policy because european
wanted to avoid another war.
when benito mussolini came into power, he promised to
solve italy's economic problems.
why did japanese soldiers kill so many civilians in nanking, ?
commanders encouraged their soldiers to be as brutal as possible.
what was benito mussolini's attitude toward personal liberties?
the state should decide personal liberties were needed.
how did benito mussolini attempt to increase italy's power?
by seizing control of new land
how does a totalitarian government differ from most authoritarian governments?
it is most extreme and rigid.
how many political parties participate in a totalitarian government?
what happened when spain's government could not overcome social and economic problems during the great depression?
the army led a rebellion against the government.
who fought on the side of the republicans in the spanish civil war?
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what happened when spain’s government could not overcome social and economic problems during the great depression?
a.citizen groups revolted against the government.
b.the head of the government gave resignation.
c.a new leader seized control from the military rulers.
d.the army led a rebellion against the government.
the answer for question is option (a)- citizen groups revolted against the government.
great depression is known as longest economic slump in the 20th century that lasted for almost 10 years in european countries. the time period of the ‘great depression is 1929-1939.
Explanation:Financial Crisis of the 1780s
In the late 1700s, France was facing a severe financial crisis due to the immense debt accrued through the French involvement in the Seven Years War (1756–1763) and the American Revolution (1775-1783).
In the late 1700s, France was facing a severe financial crisis due to the immense debt accrued through the French involvement in the Seven Years War (1756–1763) and the American Revolution (1775-1783). Moreover, the corruption and indulgent lifestyle of the royal family and the French court at Versailles, did little to relieve the growing debt. Furthermore, the increasingly egregious abuses of power of the monarchy, French nobility and the clergy, combined with a blatantly unfair taxation arrangement did very little to endear the aristocracy to the common people in the face of increasing public dissent.
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Smoot-Hawley Tariff Act was an act passed by the U.S Congress in 1930, which aimed at avoiding rising unemployment by protecting domestic industries and diverting consumer demand away from foreign products. The act implemented protectionist trade policies by increasing the already high tariffs on foreign products. It increased the revenue of US as well as promoted domestic industries and employment as well.
Smoot–Hawley act: Signed on June 17, 1930 to implement trade policies.
These policies were sponsored by Willis C. Hawley.
A tariff is a tax on imports.
There was a significant rise in tariff rates on farm products imported into the country.
Reason: In order to avoid the increase in the unemployment rate and to treat the economic problems Smoot–Hawley act was signed
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