Challenges to the post-war agreements and the International Response World War II lesson

Challenges to the post-war agreements

The Challenges to the post-war agreements and the International Response modern history lesson examines the foreign policies of Hitler and how they challenged the post-war agreements, as well as the international response to his actions. This lesson will provide students with a deeper understanding of the events that led up to World War II and the impact of Hitler’s foreign policies on the world.

We will begin by discussing the Disarmament Conference and the Non-aggression Pact with Poland. These events were significant in that they marked the beginning of Hitler’s expansionist policies, which would ultimately lead to the outbreak of World War II.

The Anschluss, the Saar Plebiscite, and the remilitarisation of the Rhineland are also important topics that will be covered in this lesson. These events were significant in that they marked a clear violation of the post-war agreements and were a major challenge to the international community.

The Locarno Pact, The Sudetenland crisis, the Munich agreement, and the Spanish Civil War will also be covered in this lesson. These events were significant in that they marked a turning point in Hitler’s foreign policies and the international community’s response to his actions.

The Rome-Berlin Axis, the Anti-Comintern Pact, Pact of Steel, Nazi-Soviet Pact and the Invasion of Poland are also significant topics that will be covered in this lesson. These events were significant in that they marked the beginning of World War II and the failure of the international community to prevent the outbreak of war.

Student activities include short films, class discussions, source analysis, critical thinking, group work and mini-research tasks.

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Description:Student activities include short films, class discussions, source analysis, critical thinking, group work and mini-research tasks.
Estimated lessons:4-8
Ages14-18 years
Format PowerPoint

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