How did Britain and France avoid war with Germany?
The Munich agreement in 29 September 1938.
France was not the only country that went to war with Germany. Britain and America also helped. However, France went to war with Germany because Germany had invaded most of France. So the allied powers(America, Britain, and France) attacked Germany. On June 6 1944. that day was called D-day.(or operation overload) when America invated Germany and caused Germany to surrender. Not strictly true. Britain and France declared war on Germany on 3 September 1939…
Britain and France had a defence agreement with Poland which stated that if Poland was attacked, Britain and France would come to its aid. On September 1st 1939, Germany launched an all out attack on Poland. Britain and France demanded that Germany withdraw its troops from Poland. Germany ignored the demand so on September 3rd 1939, Britain and France both declared war on Germany.
Britain had an agreement with Poland. So when Poland was invaded by Germany, Britain joined the war. Britain, France and Poland made an alliance. In an alliance if one country gets attacked the others help, so when Germany attacked Poland, Britain and France helped and joined the war against Germany.
What issues arose between Germany and the countries of France and Great Britain that ultimately lead to war?
What were some of the act committed by German forces that prompted Britain and France to declare war on Hitler?
Indeed, When Germany invaded Poland they had intentions to only begin an eatward expanse against Russia but since Poland was an ally of France and Britain they declared war, Germany wasnt excpecting Britain and France to declare war so they invaded France and then Britain FURTHER pulling America into the war because they were allies with Britain, now Germany changed the battle plan and attacked North Africa, If France and Britain hadnt declared war on…