== == 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.
In the era preceding the outbreak of World War II, the failure of "appeasement" was demonstrated in the war's outbreak in itself. That is, the primary (but not only) purpose of appeasement was to avoid a general war such as had taken place during World War I. That World War II broke out despite the Western attempts to appease Germany is, then, the clearest failure of the policy.
To start with they tried appeasement but in the end they declared war when Nazi lead Germany invaded Poland.Before World War II started, when Hitler took over Austria and Czechoslovakia, Britain and France chose appeasement, or they gave in to the aggressor's demands in order to keep peace. They didn't want to fight Germany because they were against war because they were war fatigued by World War I.
Prior to World War II, the diplomatic policy of appeasement was in fact an effective way to avoid general war. For much of the 1930s, appeasement succeeded in holding off any conflict comparable to World War I. Whether this policy was wise is another question, for some have argued that a harder stance towards Germany in the 1930s could have led to a much quicker, less expansive war.
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