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30 August, 09:37

How did the leadership of many European governments change during the 1930s?

New leaders asserted the importance of democracy.

Leaders paid down debt but incurred deficits.

Kings regained control in war-torn areas.

Fascist dictators assumed power.

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  1. 30 August, 11:16
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    Fascist dictators assumed power.

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    The threat of Communist movements in European countries, the effects from the Great Depression on employment and business and the failure of traditional politics to deal with economic, social and political consequences from the end of World War I made possible the rise of fascist regimes in Italy, Germany, Austria or Romania.
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