How did Britain and France respond to hitlers demands for control over part of Czechoslovakia?
The part of Czechoslovakia that Hitler wanted to control was the Sudetenland. Britain's Prime Minister, Neville Chamberlain, managed to convince the Czech President, Benes to allow the Sudetenland to become a self-governed state, after Hitler threatened the Powers with war. Hitler then produced a new set of demands, including having the Sudetenland become under the control of the German Reich (or empire).
When Benes refused, Chamberlain met with Hitler, Daladier (leader of france) and Mussolini (leader of Italy) in a final attempt to keep the peace. no czech representatives were invited. Czechoslovakia was then forced to hand over the Sudetenland, and a commission was set up to decide precisely which territory would be handed over.
The meeting was called the Munich Conference (29th September 1938).
Made More Demands
In some parts of Bohemia and Moravia fighting continued till 10 May 1945.
to kill everyone
In 1939 Hitlers Army seized the rest of Czechoslovakia
The policy of appeasement.
The Battle of Britain
Could World War 2 have been avoided if Britain and France had refused Hitlers demands at the Munich Conference?
Probably not, considering that Hitler was going to invade Poland no matter what. World war ii might have ended sooner though :)
Planes and fear.
Great Britain & France
Buy into Hitlers demands to avoid war with the Third Reich
Poland. Russia did not do anything about this because they had signed a "no-war" pact with Nazi Germany. Hitler easily overran Poland and gained control of the country in a matter of weeks. Russia, far from not doing anything about it, invaded Poland from the east & occupied part of it. Britain & France had said that Czechoslovakia was to be Hitlers final territorial aquisition in Europe.....
the main ones were USA, Great Britain, and France.
It was all apart of Hitlers Blitzkrieg, which is essentially fast paced warfare. Hitler invaded them.
A policy of appeasement.
In WW1, Britain had a loose obligation to France and she almost didn't declare war. But eventually she did anyway. In WW2, Britain had issued a guarantee to Poland, and when Hitler attacked, Britain declared war shortly thereafter. Britains decision to go to war was likely already decided after Hitlers invasion of Czechoslovakia. In world war one the UK joined in to defend Belgium because they were allies. Belguim was invaded only because Germany wanted… Read More
So that she wouldn't fall under enemy control.
he wanted to control the world and make his perfect Germans
What are the reasons why Hitlers pact with Stalin was a key factor in forcing Britain and France to declare war on Germany?
because it was
Because in Britain and France there was only little protests.
Only when he committed suicide on 30 April 1945.
1939 when Germany invaded Poland France was worried of a invasion so Britain help them bacase if France fell Britain was next on hitlers list and they new it
The allied powers.....so USA,britain,australia,china,russia(most of the time) and those types
Hitler invaded country after country, Czechoslovakia, Poland, until the Allies had no choice but, to declare war on Germany. The answer is yes. hilter's policies helped to cause WW2.
Britain declared war on Germany after Hitlers Army entered Poland on the 3rd September 1939. Hostility's ended May 8th 1945.
Britain France and the soviet union agreed to declare war against Hitler
Screwed it up he took in more than he could chew and lost Britain
It was in accordance with the Policy of Appeasement. This was used to appease Hitler to stop gaining other territories. However it did not have the desired effect. It made Hitler bolder and think that the Allies were afraid of him.
The Sudetenland contained 3.5 million Germans who had been cut off from the rest of Germany after the creation of Czechoslovakia by the Treaty of Versailles. Hitler felt he had a legitimate claim upon the area because he saw it as German land. Also, Subteen Germans claimed they were victimised by the Czech government and wanted home rule or union with Germany. Britain was reluctant to involve herself because she had inadequate armed forces to… Read More
hitlers friends were idiots
Hitlers father was Alois Hitler.
Because they were trying to avoid war by giving in to Hitlers demands in the hopes that it would prevent a war but Hitler kept breaking the treaties so war was iminant.
His "public" image was good in Germany and Axis nations, while people were disgusted with him in the West (And by West I mean the US, Canada, Britain, etc).
Hitlers Bombe was created in 2005.
I Think It Was Hitlers Bloody Mess.
The munich conference took away hitlers ability to invade and take control of Sudetenland
Hitlers mom was Klara Hitler (????-1905)
Hitlers government was called the Third Reich
Hitlers father died of a lung hemorrhage.
Hitlers mom was Klara Hitler (????-1905)
Hitlers crimes were trying to kill all of the Jews
The USA, Britain and her colonies and the USSR. The French also had a resistance force, as did most Eastern European countries that the Nazis took over.
Hitler was raised as a normal boy of his time, cared by his mother and suffer from aggression by his father. This was common during the time of Hitlers childhood. With this going on, Hitler becomes closely attached to his mother until she died then Hitlers live span out of control
Hitlers Successor was Karl Donitz, he was a german. Karl Dönitz
Hitlers mum was jewish and hitler was half jewish.
Teppichfresser or Carpet-Chewer Answer hitlers nickname was Geffory
how was hitlers treatment of the Jews
adulf hitlers birthday was on the 20th of April 1889
After the Munich Agreement, Chamberlain headed back to Britain in belief of preventing war "peace in our time" however this only proved to be a smart advantage for Hitler. He had proved to Europe that neither Britain nor France would stand up against him, they were weak! They had dishonored Czechoslovakia for the sake of time to prepare for war. Now, Britain and France could be able to prepare for war in the future however… Read More