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Teaching DBQ: The Rise of Totalitarianism Post World War I

DBQ: The Rise of Totalitarianism Post World War I

Citations: Document 1: Beatty, Jack. “Hitler’s Willing Business Partners.” The Atlantic, April 2001. <>. Document 2: "File:Anti-Nazi boycott of 1933 matchbook cover.jpg." Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. <>. Document 3: “Chamberlain and Hitler 1938.” The National Archives. <>. Document 4: “Did People Agree with Churchill’s Stand on Appeasement.” Churchill Archive for Schools. <https:/

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