Hitler's Road to War Timeline

Hitler's Road to War Timeline
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  • Even though Hitler's actions violated the Treaty of Versailles, Britain did not have the resources to fight back and decided that they did not need to involve war.
  • In March of 1936, Hitler built up his army at Rhineland. By doing this Hitler was going against the Treaty of Versailles 
  • In March 1938, there was a lot of Nazi propaganda, creating lots of support for the Nazi's when they entered Austria. 
  • The Austrians were okay with the invasion, but there were multiple protests in the United Kingdom, the US, and the Vatican. 
  • In September of 1989, Chamberlain created a contract with Hitler stating that he would no longer invade any more countries. Hitler agreed and signed the contract. The next day Hitler invaded a part of Czechoslovak called Sudetenland.
  • During the invasion, the Czechoslovak government chose submission rather than fighting. they did not have the resources to fight back and they would have ended up losing anyways.
  • In May of 1939, Italy and Germany formed an alliance.
  • The world's response to this was very little interest. There was no protest. It was on in the newspapers, but only as a side story. 
  • August of 1939, Germany and the Soviet Union worked out a nonaggression pact. Germany went against this pact in June of 1941 by invading a part of the soviet union. 
  • The other world powers started to fear what was to come. They were scared that another world war was upon them.
  • In September of 1939, Hitler invaded Poland claiming it was a defense of action.
  • The response was that on September 3rd Britain and France declared war on Germany. 
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