first answer: Austria, by voluntary referendum, 1938.
Specifically the Rhineland
second answer: Yes it was Austria in 12 March 1938, however it was not a voluntary referendum. It is known as the "Anschluss" in German. In English, it means connection or union. This 'union' was forced on the Austrian government by Hitler's threats. Hitler intended to prevent the Austrian referendum scheduled for 13 March 1938. Although many Austrians saw Hitler in a favorable light, others saw the event as an annexation or occupation. The event was a violation of the Versailles Treaty.
The Rhineland, is an area inside Germany, was re-occupied by German troops in March 1936 in violation of the Versailles & Locarno Treaties. Those treaties had provisions to keep the area de-militarized after World War One. This event occurred two years prior to the annexation of Austria.
The first country Hitler took was control of was Austria on March 12, 1938.
Poland I am not certain as to the correct answer but Poland was the first country the Nazi's invaded
Hitler first was in world war 1 that is how he started to dislike Jewish people
Austria. but not by force. The first country he took by force was Poland.
Hitler took over lots of places the first place was Poland.
Technically, Hitler took back Austria first - they were annexed by Germany in 1938. In terms of invasion, however, Poland was the first country taken back. It was invaded on September 1st, 1939.
Before World War II, the first country that Germany took over was Austria.
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.
No. Adolf Hitler took over the country and the people.
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.
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.
he took over Poland first in ww2
He was 43 years old when he became the Chancellor of Germany.
The Sudetenland in Czechoslovakia He took this without force. The first non-Germanic country he took with force was Poland.
Hitler owned the country of Germany. In WWII he took over many other countries, but he started off with just Germany
Hitler took over his power from Hindenburg, a social democrat. ---
He took over belguim, which was supposed to be neutral at that time but Hitler broke the treaty and took over anyway
yes Hitler was high when he took every thing over he was a dushbag
Do you mean what countries that took part in the Holocaust were not taken over by Hitler? Because obviously he did not take over any country in the Americas, nor most of the world.
No. Hitler did not let freedom of speech in their country because the Nazis took over Germany's government and made Germany a communist country so they were not allowed to have freedom of speech.
GERMANY FIRST INVADED POLAND
Germany took over Austria, Czechoslovakia and Poland first.
No, he took over Austria.