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T he Munich Agreement and Appeasement. To conclude World War One, the Treaty of Versailles punished Germany, requiring it to demilitarize especially in the area called the Rhineland , give up land, pay reparations, and sign a guilt clause.
In s, Hitler and the Nazi Party came to power in Germany. Violated treaty: moved army into Rhineland. Took over Austria. Formed alliance with Italy. Wanted to annex part of Czechoslovakia.
Czech said to other European nations: Help! European leaders met at Munich city in Germany. Hitler, of course, kept going, violating the Munich Agreement. Blitzkrieg: lightning war. Also, Italy, under the leadership of fascist Benito Mussolini, invaded France from the south. France fell. Then the Germans bombed the hell out of England in the Battle of Britain. This caught the Soviets off guard because they more accurately, the Soviet leader Josef Stalin had signed a non-aggression pact with Hitler, dividing Poland among them.
Once friends sort of , they were now enemies.
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Took the U. In the late 30s, public sentiment was largely against involvement.
In 30s, America was isolationist, largely in reaction against what had gotten the country into WWI. Of course, what finally brought the U. Through 30s, Japan was expanding its empire in the Pacific.
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