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What word means to to give into demands?

Concession or to concede.


What is List of demands with threats?

Give me your money or else I kill you


What is the settlement that both sides give up demands?

Compromise


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The present group of world leaders range from top leaders of democratic nations to nations that are run by dictatorships. And, all sorts of things in between. This means monarchies to religious run governments, where members of the clergy are also the political leaders. How these various types of leaders react to demands by their people depends on the amount of liberty each country has. Generally speaking, democratic leaders are more receptive to their peoples demands.


What was the plan to meet Hitler's demands in Europe?

The plan the Allies did to give Hitler his demands was during the Munich conference and they gave him Czechoslovakia.


Why were peole against appeasement?

A lot of people were against appeasement because it was viewed as giving Hitler what he wanted. Many felt that by continuing to give him what he wanted, his demands would escalate and he would perceive the other world leaders as weak and easily manipulated.


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