Nazi Soviet Pact And The Treaty Of Versailles

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Although Hitler 's ambitions and ideology fuelled his aggressive foreign policy, which hinted that a military conflict was bound during the 1930 's, the failure of the policy of appeasement was largely responsible for the outbreak of the war in 1939. The failure of appeasement allowed Hitler to attain resources and land. This kind of expansion is a direct contributor into forming a violent and widespread battle that began in 1939. However, the failure of appeasement was also directly related with other significant events that led to the war like, The Nazi-Soviet Pact, Failure of the League Nations and the Treaty of Versailles. Hitler 's desires to expand and aggressive ideological position may have hinted at a war, it was the extensive impact of the failure of appeasement that war largely responsible for the outbreak of in 1939.

The policy of appeasement was introduced during the 1930 's by Neville Chamberlain to deal with Hitler 's demands to avoid a war at any cost. The idea behind this policy was that Hitler would be dealt with Diplomatically to compensate for conflict being avoided. Britain had suffered population and economical damages during WWI and were not prepared to face a similar war. This was also supported by Chamberlains favour of diplomatic reason over war, as well as Britain having personal reasons for appeasement as the Great Depression hit, it would be economically beneficially for Britain to avoid war. However, the Policy of Appeasement ultimately failed…
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