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History 150: Hitler's Foreign Policy

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Date Created: 04/08/16
4/8/16: Hitler’s Foreign policy 1 Hitler’s Foreign Policy and the Road to World War II. ***test questions***  March 1935: Hitler announced German rearmament. o 2 goals:  Free Germany from the Treaty of Versailles.  Unite ethnic Germans with the German homeland. o Germany would expand the size of its army beyond the limit in violation to the Treaty of Versailles; build an air force; build up the navy. o Special newspapers were printed to mark Hitler’s “First great measure to liquidate Versailles”.  German rearmament.  June 1935—The Anglo­German Treaty was signed. o This treaty marked the beginning of the British policy of APPEASEMENT.  Representatives:  Britain, France and Italy o They condemned Hitler’s actions but took no force against him.  Germany could build up its navy, but limit the size of the navy.  Reasons for the policy of appeasement.  Make negotiations with Hitler and make concessions to keep the peace in Europe and avoid a war. o WWI­ did not want another one. o Some people believed that the Treaty of Versailles was too harsh   and   that   Germany   had   legitimate   grievances   to redress. o Some people believed that a strong Germany would stop the spread of communism in Europe. o March 1936—Hitler moved troops into the Rhineland.  It was a re­militarized zone.  It was a buffer zone to protect France from a dangerous Germany.  The British and French army did nothing. o March 1938—Hitler annexed Austria.  Expand eastward into Europe.  Hitler’s long standing ambition to unite Germany and Austria.  The SUDETENLAND in Czechoslovakia.  Czechoslovakia   was   a   new   state   created   at   the   Paris   Peace Conference. o The 3.5 million ethnic Germans that lived there should be united with their German homeland. o Had natural resources. o Hitler would go to war for this territory.  The response of Neville Chamberlain. 4/8/16: Hitler’s Foreign policy 2 o British Prime Minister (since 1937). o Most associated with appeasement. o Wanted to avoid a repetition of the Great War in Europe.  End of September 1938—The MUNICH CONFERENCE. o Diplomatic victory. o Subject: the fate of the Sudetenland. o The president of Czechoslovakia was not present. o Hitler will get control of Sudetenland.  Promised no more territorial demands in Europe. o Supplement:  “We regard the agreement signed last night and the Anglo­German Naval Agreement as symbolic of the desire to our two people never to go to war with one another again. We are resolved that the method of consultation should be the method adopted to deal with any other questions that may concern our two countries, and we are determined  to continue our   efforts   to   remove   possible   sources   of differences and thus to contribute to measuring the peace of Europe.”  Neville Chamberlain and Adolf Hitler.  Anglo­German ‘Peace’ Declaration. o Critics of appeasement:  David Low: “Evening Standard.”  Winston Churchill.  His   anti­appeasement   attitude   made   him unpopular.  Excerpt from speech: o “…the German dictator, instead of snatching his victims from the table, has   been   content   to   have   them served to him course by course…” o “We   are   in   the  presence   of   a disaster of the first magnitude, which 4/8/16: Hitler’s Foreign policy 3 has   befallen   Great   Britain   and France. Do not let us blind ourselves to that…” o “And do not suppose that this is the end. This is only the beginning of the reckoning.”  March 1939—Hitler invaded and took over the rest of Czechoslovakia. o The end of appeasement. o Act of naked aggression. o Britain and France will stand up for Poland.  o Poland.  Hitler’s preparations for war:   Pact of Steel (May 1939). o Mutual aid in the event of a war.  The Nonaggression Pact (August 23, 1939). o The Soviet Union would stay neutral in the event of a war. o In return, Stalin would receive a part of Poland and other territories in eastern part of Europe.


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