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France in WW2
What policy did England and France practice to avoid war with Hitler?
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What was the name of the policy Britain and France used to deal with Hitler?
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What policy did France and Britain utilize the Munich conference with Hitler?
What policy did Britain and France adopt toward Hitler before World War 2?
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The policy of appeasing Hitler was advocated by?
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Why was the policy of appeasement a benefit to Hitler?
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How far did Hitler want to take his policy of lebensraum?
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Why did Britain and France pursue a policy of appeasement with Hitler?
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How did Britain and France respond to Hitler taking over?
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What was the policy of appeasement trying to achieve?
The policy of appeasement was meant to make the Germans happy with the Versailles Treaty in theory. However, in reality it was to keep Hitler happy with the United States, England and France so he would not invade their nations. In a real sense it merely bought them time to get ready for Hitler coming but they did not have enough military readiness to accomplish that. In a way it gave them a false sense of security.
What is the difference between policy and practice in human resource?
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Who was involved in the development of world war 2?
Easy. Some of them were Adolf Hitler,Stalin (For signing Nazi-soviet Pact that make Hitler bold to wage war.),Churchill (Policy of Appeasement, POA in short-Make Hitler bolder too.) and leaders from France (POA) , Mussolini (Fascist leader in Italy- At Axis side.) and the Japanese leaders who were military government who uses aggressive foreign policy. Easy. Some of them were Adolf Hitler,Stalin (For signing Nazi-soviet Pact that make Hitler bold to wage war.),Churchill (Policy of Appeasement, POA in short-Make Hitler bolder too.) and leaders from France (POA) , Mussolini (Fascist leader in Italy- At Axis side.) and the Japanese leaders who were military government who uses aggressive foreign policy.
How consistent was Mussolini's foreign policy 1922 36?
Although Mussolini introduced fascism in Italy during this period, his foreign policy failed because he wanted to become powerful by siding with Hitler. However, Mussolini did not have the economic resources or military strength to competeÊwith world powers like Germany, France, England, and the United States.Ê
What did France and England do to try to avoid war with Hitler?
The Allies (including France and England) had made an agreement with Germany after the first World War called the Treaty of Versailles. Hitler broke the Treaty by doing things like marching troops into the Rhineland in 1936, but the first thing he did when the Nazis came to power in 1933 was build up the army and air force. These things were all forbidden by the Treaty of Versailles, but the Allies used appeasement - the policy of giving in to avoid war - which lead to Hitler taking over Austria and the Sudetenland, then a few months later the rest of Czechoslovakia (as it was called then) and finally Poland, which caused Britain and France to declare war.
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What was the nazi foreign policy?
Prior to WW2, Hitler's foreign policy began cautiously with a test as to whether England or France would prevent the Germans from occupying the Rhineland. Hitler's orders were to retreat if they were militarily confronted. AsEngland & France did nothing, it showed Hitler that they were going to avoid any warfare. This was a mistake by England & France as it gave Hitler more confidence that his opponents were appeasers. Austria was taken over without any protest from England & France. Hitler's approach to foreign policy was based on gaining as much territory as possible without starting a war. He cleverly fooled Stalin into the German-Soviet Non-Agression Pact. Earlier France & England sought a treaty with Stalin but to no avail. In the eyes of the world, Stalin was placing his bets on Hitler. To make matters worse, the secret part of Hitler's deal with Stalin was that if Hitler attacked Poland, Stalin could "occupy" the eastern half of Poland. As per secret KGB documents revealed in the last days of the USSR, the Russians executed 15,000 Polish military officers in the eastern Polish forests. Hitler began making noise about the German population in Czechoslovakia. To avoid war, The English, French & Hitler's ally, Mussolini held the Munich Conference to decide what to do about Hitler's demands on the Czechs. The PM of Czechoslovakia was not invited to an agreement that Hitler could for all practical purposes annex Czechoslovakia . In return Hiler promised he would do no more harm in Europe. This appeasement was shocking. Without a war Hitler had retaken the Rhineland, annexed Austria and the Czechs. Unknown to the Soviets was the semi well known idea of Hitler to look to the east ( Russia ) for the rich farmland and minerals he wanted for Germany. In summation Hitler's foreign policy was to test how far he could go in acquiring territory without firing a shot. In this, prior to WW2, he succeeded.
Why did Britain and France allow Hitler to continue unchecked before World War 2?
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What happened in the policy of appeasement which was a cause of World War 2?
The policy of Appeasement adopted by the British Government led by Chamberlain before the second world war allowed Germany to expand eastward by forced annexations of Austria and Czechoslovakia. Britain had hoped that Hitler and Russia would confront each other and ensure that France and England were not attacked. But when Hitler invaded Poland then British public opinion rallied behind Winston Spencer-Churchill to resist Hitler and ultimately declare war on Germany. That was the end of Appeasement for a while.
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The policy of appeasment may have helped start the war because?
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What policy did England and France follow in order to avoid war with Germany?