What did hitller do?

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he turn polangd and Germany aganstis ixshh

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Neville chamberlain was a popular prime minister in Britain he is best known for his appeasement foreign policy , and in particular for his signing of the Munich Agreement in 1938.chamberlian did not want the war to happen because when he thought of the teribble years of the first war and thinks of all the seven million young men who were killed.Hittler demanded the sunderland in czechoslovia.In September 1938, Chamberlain met Adolf Hitler at his home in Berchtesgaden. Hitler threatened to invade Czechoslovakia unless Britain supported Germany's plans to takeover the Sudetenland. After discussing the issue with the Edouard Daladier and Eduard Benes , Chamberlain informed Hitler that his plans were they dicided to sighn a treaty of Versailles.The appeasement was necessary as Britain needed time to re- am and be ready for any attack. After they had signed the munich agreement,hittler had to stop demanding more territory.Hitler violated the treaty Versailles by attacking the rest of Europe, he also invaded the Rhineland, which was to remain a demilitarized zone So basicly chamberlain didn't want the war to happen, so he singned a treaty with hitller .But hitller violated the agreement by attacking the rest of Europe .Hitller was the casues of world war 2 it would of not gone on if Hittler did not violate the treaty.So world war 2 was hitlers fault.

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Hitler began his conquests with a nation by nation campaign. After Germany split Poland with the Soviet Union, Britain and France declared war, and Hitler turned to crush France, and then started attacking Britain by air. When the British held on without surrendering, Hitler turned on Russia, and made a massive surprise attack into Russia. This opened a "second front" for Hitller, dividing his resources. Later on in the war, the United States and Britain attacked first in North Africa, then Italy, and finally on the beaches of France, to dilute Hitler's forces even further. Many historians count Hitler's excursion into Russia as his first and most fatal military blunder.

What happened to graduates of the Hitler youth order castles?

Hitlers Biological children where made to go into hiding before his death and flea from Germany into the US where they took shelter at Nathan Morris Orphanage for Jewish Children. The orphanages tried to protect the children's from Hitler's enemys who sought revenge. The orphanage moved many times trying to protect the Innocent Calderon of god from the DEVIL however someone succeeded and managed to burn down the orphanage all of hoteliers childbearing where killed except for a set of faternal twins. The twins managed to escape for there lives by averting one another that there was something wrong and Ed saved Edna by crayon her out from the smoke after passing out from lack of oxygen. The two children where split up to keep them safe from the world still angry about their father and the Holocaust. The twins where later reunited in adiloscent. There is not much else know except that Ed bore a daughter named Jaime. Ed changed his Last name from ROthschild (ADolf Hitller's true surename) to Morris since its tradiotional for royal familys to take on the last name when they go into hidding.

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