Why was great Britain willing to go to war over Poland but not over Czechoslovakia?
Because the Sudetenland in Czechoslovakia was legally given to germany. Whereas Poland was taken by force.
Because France and Britain agreed to allow Germany to expand its borders a certain amount to try and dispel Hitler's ambition by giving him a large portion of Czechoslovakia. When Hitler kept making advances into the rest of Czechoslovakia and Poland Great Britain and France warned Hitler to stop or they would be forced to declare war. On September 3rd 1939 Great Britain and France declared war on Germany
Because Prime Minister Chamberlain didnt want to fight over Czechoslovakia.... The 1938 Munich agreement between Chamberlain of Great Britain and Hitler of Germany stipulated that the Sudeten Germans residing in Czechoslovakia on the border of Germany should be reunited with the Fatherland. But when it came to reunite these Germans, Hitler saw it fit to take over all of Czechoslovakia. Chamberlain and Great Britain aquiesced to Hitler's invasion. As the Allies had no treaty with…
The terms of the munich pact were workedout by the leaders of France Great Britain Germany Italy and Czechoslovakia?
List chronological order the agreements that emboldened Hitler in his aggressive expansion policies?
1938, Munich Agreement with Germany, Italy, Great Britain, and France. Czechoslovakia is doomed. 1939, Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact between Germany and the Soviet Union. Poland is doomed, but Great Britain and France have their own pact with Poland and they declare war on Germany. 1939, Pact of Steel between Germany and Italy. 1940, Tripartite Pact with Germany, Italy, and Japan.
The Germans invaded the Allies of France and Great Britain- Poland. they were more than upset that the Germans did this and not only this but attacked Great Britain as well. the Germans expected to weakned them but it only made them stronger... Britain promised Poland it's safety and independence from German rule so when Germany invaded Poland Britain declared war on Germany
Hitler first annexed Austria in 1938 along with the German-speaking area of Czechoslovakia called the Sudetenland in the same year. Following the annexation of the Sudetenland, Hitler launched a full-scale invasion of Czechoslovakia. Then on September 1, 1939 Hitler invaded Poland. On September 3, 1939 Great Britain declared war on Germany, followed by France on the same day.
East to begin with, annexing Austria without war, then Czechoslovakia which the other countries of the world allowed him to do, then Poland which began the war. After the war began he turned West with great success until his invasion of Great Britain was forestalled, then he turned East again to the USSR.
He first first said he only wanted to acquire land just inside Czechoslovakia. This area was called the Sudetenland. It was a protective military barrier but most of the population was German-speaking. Hitler met with Neville CHamberlain, the prime minister of Great Britain, who told him that Great Britain would not stop the Germans from seizing this land, which they would have acquired by the people's consent anyway because they were German. He then proved…
The German dictator, Adolf Hitler. After Hitler negotiated German control of the Sudetenland of Czechoslovakia, the German army occupied the remainder of Czechoslovakia, from which they invaded Poland from the south on September 1, 1939. Although war was declared by France and Great Britain, only a minor attack by France followed, and wide-scale hostilities did not erupt until Germany invaded France in May 1940, with the intervening period being called the sitzkrieg, or "phony war."
The British were a part of the Anglo-Polish military alliance, an agreement between several countries, including England, France, and Poland. When the Germans invaded Poland in the fall of 1939, Great Britain gave the Germans an ultimatum to pull all of their troops out of Poland immediately, but Germany ignored them. A day later, Great Britain and France declared war on Germany, as they had agreed to do as part of the military alliance.
Britain and France had a defence agreement with Poland which stated that if Poland was attacked, Britain and France would come to its aid. On September 1st 1939, Germany launched an all out attack on Poland. Britain and France demanded that Germany withdraw its troops from Poland. Germany ignored the demand so on September 3rd 1939, Britain and France both declared war on Germany.