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GRADE: 3 rd. Grade Jr. High


THE 1930s

A) Investigate about the following aspects in the 1930s and write a summary for each one:

|In 1930, the growing discontent of the Germans was that Adolf Hitler took control of the countryin 1933 with support from the unprecedented |
|population. Germany put aside the Weimar Republic and became a totalitarian state like the Italy of Benito Mussolini and Josef Stalin's Soviet|
|Union. |
|Germany takes place again; the economy was relaunched withthe momentum that gives the industry and state investment in infrastructure. |
|The Japanese Empire was consolidated in Asia, affecting the interests of Europe and the U.S., especially in the Pacific. Japan creates a |
|"puppet empire" in China under the name of Manchukuo. |
|Britain maintained itspolitical system virtually unchanged, unlike France, which failed to consolidate a strong social and political |
|organization. |
|In Argentina happens the first coup in the constitutional era when President Hipolito Yrigoyen ousted, marking the beginning of the Infamous |
|Decade. Is known as the Infamous Decade in Argentina, the period beginning on September 6, 1930 with the coup that overthrew military-civilian|
|President Yrigoyen and ends on June 4, 1943 with the military coup that ousted PresidentRamón Castillo. The name was given by historian José |
|Luis Torres. |
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|The XI Summer Olympics of the modern era were held inBerlin, Germany, between 1 and August 16, 1936, in the period of |
|Nazism. Participants 4066 athletes (3738 men and 328 women) from 49 countries who competed in 19 sports and 129 specialties. The city |
|of Berlin was selected as the site in May 1931, more than a year before the appointment of Adolf Hitler as Chancellor of Germany. |
|The events of March 12, 1938 were the first major steps in the long-desired expansion of Germany by Adolf Hitler. This action followed the |
|return to Germany of the Saar regionunder control of the League of Nations for 15 years as agreed in the Treatyof Versailles, and preceded |
|the inclusion of the Sudetenland later in 1938, the invasion of Czechoslovakia in 1939 and eventually led to the Second World War with |
|the invasion of Poland by German troops, the Soviet Union and Slovakia. |
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|The Winter War broke out when the Soviet Union attacked Finland on November 30, 1939,three months after the onset of World War II. As a |
|result, the USSR was expelled from the League...