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Q: What is the policy of giving into Hitler's demands?
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What is the term used to describe France and England giving in to hitlers demands?

Appeasement


When some European leaders agreed to Hitlers demands concerning Czechoslovakia in 1938 they were supporting a policy of?

'Appeasement'.


The policy of giving into German demands is called?

Appeasement.


What Policy of avoiding war with an aggressive nation by giving into its demands?

The policy is referred to as 'Appeasement'.


What did appeasement do?

Appeasement is the policy of giving in to the demands of an aggressor to keep the peace.


Policy of giving into demands of a hostile power to prevent conflict?

appeasement


The policy of giving in to the demands of a hostile person or group is called what?

Appeasement


Policy of giving into demands of a hostile power to prevent conflicts?

Appeasement


When Hitlers demands in Czechoslovakia were met he?

Made More Demands


What is the policy of giving in to Hitler's demands before World War 2 called?

"Appeasement" .


By giving in to Hitler's demand Britain and France had established a policy of what?

I am not sure if this is what you are looking for but the way Britain and France gave in to Hitler's demands was called Appeasement.


Why were the other European countries reluctant to take steps against Hitler?

Because they were trying to avoid war by giving in to Hitlers demands in the hopes that it would prevent a war but Hitler kept breaking the treaties so war was iminant.