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Appeasement was the policy of Britain and France toward Germany between World War I and World War II. Basically, they allowed Hitler to keep adding land back to Germany without consequence, but when he attempted to claim Poland, Britain realized that appeasement was no longer effective.

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  • The Policy of Appeasement by Neville Chamberlain and the French leaders failed.
  • Hitler had no intention of even paying any attention to Neville Chamberlain. He flat out told Chamberlain that he was going to do what he wanted and he had already sent troops in to the Sudetenland.
  • The Munich Pact was disregarded by the Nazi Germans and Hitler.
  • The efforts of appeasement only bought France and The UK a little time.
  • It made the Brits and French look weak and foolish in the mind of Hitler.
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