Causes of WWII- What Hitler did

Causes of WWII- What Hitler did

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  • 1935
  • 1936
  • YES
  • NO
  • 1938
  • When Hitler came to power in 1933 he began to build the German army and airforce, he had to make sure that it was all secretive as rearmament was prohibited by the Treaty of Versailles.
  • 1938
  • In 1936, Hitler ordered his German soldiers to march into the Rhineland. He knew that it would make an impact as the Rhineland was forbidden by the Treaty of Versailles. Hitler claimed that german territory should be guarded by German troops.
  • 1939
  • Hitler wanted Germany to unite with Austria. This was again forbidden by the Treaty of Versailles. He forced the Austrian leader to hold a vote to unite and also sent German troops into Austria. He made sure that over 99% of Austrians voted for unification.
  • 1939
  • In September 1938, Hitler demanded that Sudetenland in Czechoslovakia join Germany. His justification was that most of the people who lived there were German anyway and they also wanted to unite with Germany
  • As a consequence, soon in March 1939, German troops invaded the rest of Czechoslovakia.
  • Hitler and Stalin hated each other. But in August 1939, they signed a pact called the Nazi-Soviet Pact. They agreed that they not to fight each other and they would share parts of Poland. But Hitler demanded parts of Poland taken from Germany. Poland refused. On 1st September Germany invaded Poland
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