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What did the German Army of World War 2 learn from its experiences in Austria Poland Czechoslovakia and Spain?

When Adolf Hitler invaded Czechoslovakia, a man called Neville Chamberlain gave Adolf a part of Czechoslovakia and Neville said to Adolf to take this part of Czechoslovakia and don't ask for more. But of course after a while Adolf took the whole of Czechoslovakia. Then he went on to invade Poland.

What actors and actresses appeared in Czechoslovakia 1968 - 1969?

The cast of Czechoslovakia 1968 - 1969 includes: Leonid Brezhnev as himself Neville Chamberlain as himself Alexander Dubcek as himself Adolf Hitler as himself

When was appeasement applied in Europe?

At the Munich meeting in 1938 of Neville Chamberlain and Adolf Hitler.

When did Neville Chamberlain meet with Adolf Hitler?

on 29th september 1938 at the Munich Conference

What did Adolf Hitler and Neville Chamberlain talk about when Neville chamberlain visited Germany?

they made the munich agreement which was an agreement that chamberlain would give Hitler the sudetenland of czechoslovokia but had to promise not to conquer the rest.Hitler later broke that promise later on.

Who did Adolf Hitler call a little worm in German during their first meeting?

Neville Chamberlain

Was appeasement successful?

Simply.... No. The appeasement in WW2 was not successful. Neville Chamberlain gave Hitler the Sudetenland under the condition that he would not go on to invade the rest of the Czech Republic (then, Czechoslovakia) despite this Hitler ignored Chamberlain completely and invaded the rest of Czechoslovakia. But.... We were not ready to fight the inevitable war that was coming, Neville Chamberlain bought us time. In the end we came out as victors (also down to the Russians and Americans) ____________ Appeasement of Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Third Reich did not work because Adolf Hitler had no intention of honoring the non-aggression pacts he signed with France, Britain, Russia and other nations.

Were Neville Chamberlain and Adolf Hitler on the same side in World War 2?

NO, Chamberlain was prime minister of Great Brotian and Hitler was the official head of state for Germany

What World War 2 figures signed the Munich Agreement a diplomatic effort to stop Adolf Hitler's plans for empire building in exchange for Germany's annexation of part of Czechoslovakia?

Neville Chamberlain, Edouard Daladier, Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini.

Which World War 2 figure signed the Munich Agreement as a diplomatic effort to stop Adolf Hitler's plans for empire building in exchange for Germany's annexation of part of Czechoslovakia?

The Munich Pact (September 1938) was signed by British prime minister Neville Chamberlain and French prime minister Edouard Daladier, along with Hitler and his Italian ally Benito Mussolini. The pact gave Germany control of Czechoslovakia and failed to deter Hitler from invading Poland in September 1939.

What is a symbol for Neville Chamberlain?

There's a photo of Neville Chamberlain wearing a bowler hat, carrying an umbrella, and holding up a document signed by Adolf Hitler, with Chamberlain saying that Hitler has promised him "peace in our time". This was less than a year before the outbreak of World War II.

Who was involved in the Munich Agreement?

Adolf Hitler, Winston Churchill, Neville Chamberlain, Franklin D. Roosevelt and Albert Einstein.

What did prime minister Neville Chamberlain believe he had done on 30th September 1938?

He believed that he had a peace pact with Adolf Hitler.

Who was the British Prime Minister who appeased Adolf Hitler?

Neville Chamberlain was the British prime minister who appeased Adolf Hitler during 1937-1939. He accepted the German and Austrian union, Anchluss in March 1938.

Who was the most important leaders who were involved in world war 2?

Neville Chamberlain (Britain), Adolf Hitler (Germany), Benito Mussolini (Italy)

What was the effect of appeasing Adolf Hitler at the Munich Conference?

Neville Chamberlain, British Prime Minister, decided to trust Hitler at the Munich Conference and gave in to his demands and gave him the area of Czechoslovakia called, "Sudetenland". This was called appeasement. Chamberlain went home to Britain and claimed he had regained, "peace in our time". Meanwhile, Hitler had no intentions what so ever of following through with the treaty. Five months later he invaded Czechoslovakia and annexed the rest of it, going back on his word. Chamberlain then realised that Hitler could not be trusted and the appeasement policy ended. A few months later WWII was declared afet Germany invaded Poland. These were the effects of appeasing Adolf Hitler at the Munich Conference. Appeasement emboldened Hitler.

What was the general feeling of British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain after his meetings with Adolf Hitler?

Chamberlain was relieved, he thought he prevented the war from reaching them. He was wrong though, his appeasement tactic only convince Hitler that the German army would not meet serious resistance.

Which England prime minister was in trouble?

Neville Chamberlain did everything he could to avoid war with Adolf Hitler and PM Chamberlain was forced out of office in favor of Winston Churchill, who warned England of the evils of Nazi Germany.

Why did Neville Chamberlain join World War 2?

Neville Chamberlain was the Prime Minister of UK from 1937 to 1940. He is best known for his foreign policies such as the Munich agreement. But the pursuing aggravation of Adolf Hitler made his declare war on Germany and he joined the world war II.

Who signed the Munich agreement?

Neville Chamberlain, Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini, and Eduoard Daladier signed the Munich Agreement. Chamberlain was prime minister of the UK, Daladier of France, and Mussolini of Italy, which was Germany's Axis ally.

When did Hitler invade Poland?

Hitler invaded Poland on Friday the 1st of September 1939, and war was declared by Neville Chamberlain two days later.

Who was the prime minister of Great Britain during the peace talks?

Neville Chamberlain was the British prime minister who's peace talks with Adolf Hitler failed to prevent World War II.

What is ''appeasement'' and how did this apply to the Sudetenland in Czechoslovakia?

Appeasement at the time was basically Neville Chamberlain doing everything in his power to make Adolf Hitler happy and avoid another world war. Appeasement applied to Sudetenland in Czechoslovakia because Chamberlain and Hitler met in Munich, where they both signed the Munich Pact which in simple terms said that Germany would not attack and destroy Czechoslovakia (which would cause world war) if they annexed Sudetenland (which had a majority German population). It also said that Germany and Great Britain would "never go to war again." Chamberlain didn't want war so he signed it, and Hitler signed it but when he returned home he told his foreign affairs minister that "that" piece of paper meant nothing.

What british prime minister declared peace for our time?

Sir Neville Chamberlain, after returning from the Munich Summit Meeting held with Adolf Hitler in 1938. He believed that he had secured Hitler's promise not to invad any more European nations after Germany annexed Austria and Czechoslovakia, but was forced to declare war on Germany on 3rd September the following year after Hitler invaded Poland.

Who was the German dictator who led the Nazis to conquer austria and Czechoslovakia?

Adolf Hitler

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