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Lesson 30: Hitler and the Road to War

by: Kaitlyn Hamke

Lesson 30: Hitler and the Road to War Hist 150

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The West in the World
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Detailed notes of the lesson as explained by Professor Hall. Everything is perfectly outlined based off of the lecture and illustrates all the main points of the lesson making it an excellent guide...
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Date Created: 11/27/15
Lesson 30 Hitler and the Road to War Hitler s Foreign Policy 1 Hitler wants to create a greater Germany 2 To begin the search for Lebensraum a Acquiring different territories for the Germa n people 3 To overturn the Treaty of Versailles Treaty of Versailles 0 One of many treaties that ca me from the Paris Peace Conference Paris Peace Conference 1919 o Woodrow Wilson 0 David Lloyd George 0 Georges Clemenceau SelfDeterminati on o Idea by Woodrow Wilson 0 People were responsible for their own selves and politics Clemenceau France 0 Wanted to make sure that Germany could never rise against France again Lloyd 0 Somewhere in the middle with his views on Germany Treaty of Versailles o Germa ny loses overseas colonies 0 Must give up territory in Europe and the East 0 Germa ny required to agree to allied occupation of the Rhineland for 15 years and its demilitarization 0 Forbidden to create an air force and any limited to no more than 100000 men 0 War Guilt Clause 0 Germa ny and allies were accepting responsibility of the war I 1032 billion Gold Marks about 2X the German national income 1930 s Britain and France typically followed a policy ofappeasement in order to preserve peace and attempt to satisfy Hitler 0 Why did the other governments preserve this policy 0 Did not want other war I 1 War weariness I 2 Guilt I 3 Anticommunism 0 Many believed that the Treaty of Versailles was too harsh I Germa ny had legitimate grievances 0 Many European governments feared expansion of communism I quotBetter Hitler than Stalin March 1935 o Hitler announces that Germany will no longer abide by the Treaty of Versailles o Built air force 0 Calls for a draft I Britain and France does nothing March 1936 Hitler sends troops into the Rhineland March 1938 o quotAnschlussquot or union between Germany and Austria 0 Depicted as a peaceful take over o In reality it was a rather brutal take over I Arrested thousands of people and organized street violence Septe mbe r 1938 o Germa ny s annexation of Sudetenland Czechoslovakia 0 Approved by Britain and France Sudetenland o Hitler claims they want to become pa rt of Germany 0 Hitler presents Czechoslovakia with an ultimatum 0 Immediate surrender 0 Or Risk being invaded by Germany Mu nich Conference Septe mber 1938 o Hitler and representatives hold a conference 0 They give in to Hitler s demands 0 Sudetenland becomes part of Germany Neville Chamberlain o Claimed that he had achieved peace at the conference August 1939 o The Nazi Soviet NonAggression Pact was signed 0 Germa ny invaded Poland 0 Britain and France declared war


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