What country took over Czechoslovakia in the 1930s?
In 1939 Czechoslovakia was invaded by Nazi Germany
Germany took over Austria, Czechoslovakia and Poland first.
The USSR took over Czechoslovakia on August 20, 1968.
Japan invaded China and massacred over 200,000 civilians. Italy invaded Ethiopia. Germany took Austria, Czechoslovakia, and split Poland with Russia.
no this is b/c they had a prime ministor and adolf took it over so it was authoritran
Between 1936 and 1940, Hitler took over 11 zones, three of which cover a single country. In 1936, the Germans re-occupied the Rhineland. In 1938, they took over Austria and the Sudetenland of Czechoslovakia. In 1939, they took over Bohemia and Moravia, both also part of Czechoslovakia, as well as Poland. Then, in 1940, they took over Norway, Denmark, Holland, Belgium, and France.
Austria, Czechoslovakia, and technically Poland because it was taken over on September 1st 1939 and the war began September 3rd, 1939.
Hitler took over Czechoslovakia in March 1939. He led his Nazi troops to invade this country which made the British wake up to the fact that Hitler would not mind taking over the world.
They were scared
the country that took over Tibet is china
In the end he controlled many countries, starting in Germany he took Austria peacefully, then took Czechoslovakia, Poland etc
The Sudetenland in Czechoslovakia He took this without force. The first non-Germanic country he took with force was Poland.
Bulgaria, Romania, Hungary, Poland, Czechoslovakia, and East Germany.
Austria & Czechoslovakia.
Austria, Czechoslovakia, part of Lithuania and Poland.
the Spain took over
Austria(1938), Czechoslovakia(1938), Poland(1939)
they were close to taking them over with austria in 1938
Czechoslovakia & Poland
they took all of the Czechoslovakia land
There was no work in Canada in the 1930's the commies took it over
Israel did not take over another country.
Before World War II, the first country that Germany took over was Austria.
Italy took over the African country, Ethiopia.
The National Socialist German Worker's Party, also known as the Nazi Party took over the German government in 1933. The head of the party, or Fuehrer, was Adolph Hitler.
Poland, Norway and Finland were taken after Czechoslovakia was taken by the Nazis in 1938. Poland was the first nation the Nazi Wehrmacht invaded on 9-1-1939.
There were 2 revolts that led to military intervention by other pact countries, Hungary in 1956 and Czechoslovakia in 1968. Additionally there was Poland in the 1980's, where the Polish army took over.
Poland, Czechoslovakia, France, Belgium, The Netherlands, Denmark and Norway.
Hitler Invaded and took over Czechoslovakia, Lithuania, Slovakia, Italy and Poland, taking over 5 countries during ww2.
the usa took over the pamana canal as the canal was dirty?
Czechoslovakia was formed after WW1 and therefore took no side in the conflict.
Hitler took over Czechoslovakia, Rhineland, Poland, and Sudetenland, between 1933 and the beginning of 1939.
China is the neighboring country that took over Tibet in 1950. Tibet had previously, in 1913, declared itself independent from China.
Well, actually, Hitler was a fascist dictator.
it became a country after the spaniards took over the muslims
In the year prior to the outbreak of World War II, Germany took over Czechoslovakia in 1938-39 as part of its overall expansionist program and securing of dominance in central Europe. Though small, Czechoslovakia was a threat to German might, especially given its military alliance with France and Great Britain: Germany determined to remove that threat for good.
the british took it over
UNLESS I MISUNDERSTAND THE QUESTION, NONE. HE ALSO TOOK OVER AUSTRIA, FRANCE, CZECHOSLOVAKIA, POLAND ... DOUBT HE'D HAVE MISSED ONE OF HIS OWN.
he didn't took over any country, the first country he took over was Poland, which he took over in September 1 1939 *adding on, he didnt take over any country, but he did send an army to the Rhineland, an area that according to the Treaty of Versailles, was not supposed to be occupied by German military. He did this to basically "test the waters" to see how the world would react.
The Japanese occupied all of Manchuria in 1931 and created the puppet state ofmanchuriahttp://www.answers.com/topic/manchukuo in 1932!!!
Poland I am not certain as to the correct answer but Poland was the first country the Nazi's invaded
Adolf Hitler was on a tear to take over all of Europe, and Denmark was a country in Europe that wasn't neutral, so he took it over.
. actually it was the mufti from Iran around the 1930s,when the mufti studied under Hitler and took it back to his country because him and Hitler both hated the Jew's,
Hitler took sudetenland in 1938 from Czechoslovakia
Joseph Stalin took over the Soviet Union.
The Japanese Fascism League overthrew the Japanese government in the 1930s. Seigo Nakano became the recognized leader of the league.
They were jerks that took over the country.
None till 1938.
Mali was a French colony.
Czechoslovakia. Hitler wanted control of Sudetenland, a region of Czechoslovakia where many Germans lived. But he went back on his promise to stop seeking more territory and soon took over all of Czechoslovakia. Then he wanted to invade Poland, but Britain and France would not allow this, so World war 2 started.
Nothing. It wasn't until the German invasion of Poland that Britain and France reacted by declaring war on Germany