Adolf Hitler did.
In a word: No. Before WWI, Germany had devised a plan to combat the Triple Entente of Britain, France, and Russia. Their plan was called the Schlieffen Plan, after its major architecht. The plan called for a push through Belgium and Luxembourg into northern France, to knock them out of the war quickly. Then, they could focus on Russia alone. In the end, it was Russia who was knocked out of the war first.
appeasement before world war 2Britain and France was after WWII but Britain and Germany before WWIIAnsweri only know two countries that held an appeasement before war broke out in 1939. these two countries are BRITAIN and GERMANY. i hope that this has helped you with your reasearch.
The gamble that Germany made before the US entered the war was that their blockade would defeat Britain. The US troops arrived before the blockade defeated Britain.
Adolf Hitler did.
The German government printed too much of it before World War 2.
Bonn was the capital city of West Germany before the two Germanys were united. The capital is now Berlin.
Yes, Britain and France felt threatened by Germany as its army occupied more and more of central Europe, later spreading into Poland, (at which point Britain and France declared war) before advancing on France.
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No, that is an assault. They must deomonstrate an overt assaultive act before you can discharge a chemical weapon at them. Feeling "threatened" is not enough.
Italy was first part of the triple alliance (Germanys side) but late change to the triple entente (Britains side) just before the end of the war
It was the first treaty negotiated by Canada, independent of Britain. Before this time Canada had always looked to Britain to ratify any international agreements they made. When informed of the treaty, Britain wished to sign the treaty along with Canada, as it had in the past, but Canadian Prime MinisterWilliam Lyon Mackenzie Kingresisted. He insisted that the treaty was only a concern between Canada and the United States. Britain eventually acquiesced when Mackenzie King threatened to send independent representation toWashington, D.C., which would in effect completely bypass Britain's authority.
Britain had social mobility, which encouraged people to work hard.
Britain had lots of coal and iron available