None were invaded in the military 'invasion' sense prior to 1938. Austria was absorbed voluntarily into Greater Germany. The Munich pact that involved France and Britain allowed Germany to take over portions of Czech in 1938. Possibly it could be called 'invasion' in that in latter 1938 Germany did take over most the non-Munich portions of Bohemia and Slovakia - placing them under 'protectorate status', similar to the multitude of colonies 'protected' by France, Russia and Britain. In addition to Germany, Hungary and Poland also sliced off small parts of Slovakia for themselves. Germany did not really invade any nation until Sept. 1, 1939 when the war with Poland began. Germany in this regard was late to the game since Poland, Italy, Japan and Russia had all increased their respective territories prior to Germany by direct invasion of neighbors or colonies.
He didn't invade in 1933, but began in 1939 with Poland.
Poland, France, Norway, Belgium, Holland, Russia, Denmark
Austria and Czechoslovakia and bits of other countries.
in September 1 1939 (he invade Poland)
Hitler invaded Prague in March 1939.
Hitler started to invade Poland September 1st 1939, and Neville Chamberlain declared war.
Austria and Czechoslovakia were annexed and invaded prior to Poland being attacked with a blitzkrieg style of attack in September 1939.
On its western border, in 1939.
1st September 1939 / invasion ended on 6th of October 1939
Poland, on September 1st 1939
well the treaty allowed Hitler to invade many countries without any soviet intervention.
The only countries Hitler didn't invade in Europe was Sweden, Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Ireland, and Turkey. He didn't invade these countries because either he made a treaty with them or the country had no economic or territorial interests.
In 1938, Hitler promised not to invade Poland, then in 1939, he did, and World War Two began.
September 1, 1939
yes, he did many countries in the 1940s
he really invaded Poland Hungary and other neighboring places but he did not invade the USA
With his army
France that's one