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To start with they tried appeasement but in the end they declared war when Nazi lead Germany invaded Poland.
Before World War II started, when Hitler took over Austria and Czechoslovakia, Britain and France chose appeasement, or they gave in to the aggressor's demands in order to keep peace. They didn't want to fight Germany because they were against war because they were war fatigued by World War I.

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Britain and France responded to initial German aggression by doing everything in their power to appease Hitler. They knew Germany was a force to be reckoned with and tried hard not to anger the German leader.

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It was known as the policy of 'appeasement' - allowing Hitler to take regions of Europe to keep his attention turned away from Britain and France. Churchill opposed it, and he was not Prime Minister at the time.

The Allied powers did not wish confrontation with Hitler, and believed that appeasement would prevent a war from happening. Also, they required time to build up their armed forces or they would not even be capable of fighting.

Eventually, when Hitler launched the invasion of Poland (1st September 1939), Britain and France declared war on Germany (3rd September 1939).

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They didnt react primarly because france and Britain were both facing financial issues thus allowing hitler to gain control of the territory and making him and his army more powerful.

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Nothing, they were to scared incase a war broked out when hitler kept rising power, alsoat this time france controlled germany and they didnt take much notice

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They declared war on Germany on 3 September 1939

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Jews everywhere. Done

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