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Who enforced appeasement before World War 2?

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2008-05-10 20:18:57
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== == No body enforced appeasement. It was a decision made by a number of nations to ignore the provocations made by Germany, in order to avoid a war. It was felt that buy letting the Nazis have their way, war would be avoided. What appeasement really did was to ENCOURAGE the Nazis, and make them think that they would be unopposed as they invaded and occupied small countries. This lead to war.

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