The Inter-War Years: 1919-1939

Match the items on the right with the items on the left:
This group of artist were the first to rebel against the absurdity war by rejecting all artistic convention.
In 1938 Neville Chamberlain declared "peace in our time" believing this this accord would appease Hitler.
The European economy was stirred by this League of Nations commission that extended the schedule for payment of German reparations.
These political parties were characterized by racism and xenophobia and had their origins in the anti-republican nationalism of the late 19th century.
In 1939 Germany and the Soviet Union both agreed to peace with this accord.
This authoritarian dictator became known as "Caudillo" when he came to power in 1939.
In hopes to reconcile art and industry Walter Gropius founded this school in 1919.
In 1919 the Reichstag approved the constitution of this new German Republic.
While in jail in 1925, Hitler wrote this book that clearly outlined his goals.
The ideas of this founding father of psychoanalysis were translated into many languages and quickly spread during the 1920's.
Under this 1928 agreement the major powers of Europe renounced war as an intrument of national policy.
In 1919 Hitler joined a newly formed right-wing nationalist organization and renamed it the National Socialist German Workers' or this Party
When translated from Gaelic, the name of this Irish Republican political organization means "Ourselves Alone".
In 1935, this set of laws was passed that made the swastika the official symbol of Nazi Germany and deprived Jews of many freedoms.
I was assassinated in Mexico in 1940.
This father of cubism expressed his disgust for the Spanish Civil War in his painting Guernica.
Poland was the first country to become a dictatorship, after World War I, with this man as its leader.
I was called Il Duce and became Prime Minister of Italy in 1922.
Irish write James Joyce wrote this epic novel using the technique of "stream of consciousness".
This group was an alliance between the Radical, Socialist, and Communist parties in France.
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