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...that Germany would feel satisfied with its gains, and not seek any more territorial expansion.

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What was the Doctrine upon which Eisenhower Dulles based nuclear policy in the 1950s?

Eisenhower Doctrine


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After the fantastic loss of life in World War I the free peoples were willing to accept almost anything in order to avaoid another war. Since they did not realize just how evil and megalomaniacal Hitler was, they thought (or at least hoped) that by giving in to his various demands, each of which, taken by itself was not wholly unreasonable, that he would eventually be appeased and would not make further demands. Michael Montagne To prevent Hitler from taking over Europe Britain and France adopted the appeasement policy which gave Hitler a little of what he wanted in the hope of appeasing him.


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