1.3 What was the international response to Hitler's actions?

IB History: 1.3 What was the international response to Hitler's actions?

As you have seen from the previous pages, Britain and France took very little action against both Hitler and Mussolini during the 1930s. This policy of giving concessions in the hope of preventing war- is known as appeasement. Although you will be able to find evidence of ‘appeasement’ in action before 1937, the policy is closely associated with the British Prime Minister from 1937, Neville Chamberlain. Some historians...


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