The Balfour Declaration called for
national self-determination in the liberated areas of the Ottoman Empire.
the division of Ottoman territory among Allied powers.
the establishment of a Jewish national state in Palestine.
the imposition of the mandate system.
In what ways did fascists differ from communists?
Communists wanted to spread communism internationally, while fascists were most concerned with strengthening their own nation.
Fascists supported a classless society, while communists wanted distinct social classes.
Fascists set up one-party states, while communists wanted distinct social classes.
Communists used terror to achieve their goals, while fascists used political methods.
One of the goals of the Nazis was to
promote communist revolutions.
stamp out racism in Europe.
pay off reparations from World War I as soon as possible.
purify German culture.
Generally, Mustafa Kemal's program to restore Turkey was based on
strict adherence to Islam.
the structure of the Ottoman Empire.
modernization and secularization.
Which of the following groups would be most displeased by the information from this chart?
The Weimar Republic was
designed by Hitler to govern Germany and Austria after the First World War.
Germany's effort at a democratic government after the First World War.
a communist government created in Germany after the First World War.
created in order to blockade Great Britain.
A totalitarian government is one that
always uses Marxism as its ideological base.
keeps all political power in the hands of the ruler but vigorously protects individual rights and freedom.
is dominated by one political group or party and maintains complete control under a dictatorship.
guarantees that everyone has a voice by using proportional representation.
Ibn Saud established his monarchy based on
a program of modernization and secularism.
strict adherence to Islamic principles.
a constitution that was heavily influenced by the principles of liberalism.
Hitler did all of the following EXCEPT
write Mein Kampf, a book that detailed his view of the world and his goals.
attempt to overthrow the Weimar Republic.
get appointed to the position of Chancellor.
encourage Germany to follow the regulations imposed by the Treaty of Versailles.
The Enabling Act of 1933
set the armament factories into full protection.
permitted Hitler to expand his army beyond the limits imposed by the Treaty of Versailles.
permitted Hitler to rule by decree.
was designed to eliminate all communists from the government