The economic impact of global 2ds.guerra Arg and 1943 coup

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In Argentina, after the outbreak of World 2da.guerra (1939), seemed a fertile ground for growth andeconomic belligerent nations Alimata increased demand and limited its exports monofacturados.
War even more challenging and redefining the political level. Imprisonment for the government is persistently fraud and corruption, maintained neutrality.

On 4 June 1943, a group of military encabzados by Gen. Arturo Rawson derrroco President conto Castillo.En cn initially welcomed by much of the political electricity, which had hoped to call for elections. But two days Rise of the Raj Gral.Pedro moves presidencia.El Rawson and assumed new Government initiated a policy of repression and control of trade unions, political parties intervened and universities and boost education in public schools reliciosa. (what tendierona characterize the new regime of Fascist)


A corporatist state qe is that starts the relationship between capitalists and workers.


Hitler on leaving prison began to reorganize his party: the German Socialist Party (NSDAP) which in 1926 rentegro in political life. In the 1928 elections, parliamentary and 1930 Reichstag elections nacionales.Las ak cibcçvirtuçieron second force patidonazien pais.Finalmente obtained most of the Reichstag in the elections of 1932, in the absence of results, the chairman, appoint Hinderlerbg Hitler conciliel in January 1933, is quie autroproclamo Führer of the Third Reich, ending the republic of Weiman ..


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World War II involved many nations and was fought in different theaters and fronts, separated by great distances. Although the causes for the outbreak of hostilities vary on every front, historically, the invasion of Poland in 1939 and the Attack on Pearl Harbor <1941 are considered the trigger of the war in Europeand Asia respectively. In Japan, World War II is often studied together with the Second Sino-Japanese War or even earlier events, from this point of view, the trigger for the war in Asia would have been the Bridge Incident Marco Polo in 1937 and the Mukden Incident in 1931.

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