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Chamberlain thought that by appeasing Germany and Hitler, he could prevent war. Chamberlain, and many in Britan, thought that the Treaty of Versailles was too harsh and by giving back the land taken from Germany (and more) they would make Germany/Hitler happy and war would never come.

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Q: What was Chamberlain's policy of appeasement?
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How did Winston churchill characterize chamberlains policy of appeasement?

Winston Churchill opposed Neville Chamberlains policy of appeasement because he saw and knew what Hitler was doing and new that he was getting stronger, he stood up and said this but was the only one who did so.

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Neville Chamberlains policy of Appeasement, as he did not wish for there to be another world war so he believed that if Hitler had any true grievances with the Treaty of Versailles that would "discuss" them. Though after Hitler had actually taken the whole of Czechoslovakia the British stopped the policy of appeasement and started conscription.

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Appeasement is the policy of giving in to the demands of an aggressor to keep the peace.

What policy was created at the Munich Conference?

The Munich Agreement is generally seen as the height of appeasement, but the policy of appeasement was older.

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AppeasementThe policy of appeasement.

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The policy of appeasement.

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The policy of appeasement was not successful at all. The Axis powers had no interest in brokering peace but wanted war.

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Policy of appeasement.

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at the begining of WWII

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Who agreed to policy of appeasement?


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did the goal of the policy of the appeasement work?


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the poliy of appeasement was a policy that Hitler and Mussolini came over that said that they would not take over the sudetenland but they did anyways

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You never appease a bully. -Any politician should know that. Chamberlains conduct was disgraceful.

Who should be held responsible for the failure of the appeasement policy?

Great Britain and France are solely responsible for the appeasement policy and its failure to prevent WWII.

Why did the US initially follow a policy of appeasement toward Germany?

The United States initially had to follow a policy of appeasement towards Germany. This policy was directly related to the treaty of Versailles.

Why did the us initially follow policy of appeasement toward Germany?

The United States initially had to follow a policy of appeasement towards Germany. This policy was directly related to the treaty of Versailles.

Was appeasement the right policy in England in 1938?

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