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Appeasement and how it changed by the start of the Second World War
From 1938, Appeasement to Hitler seemed to be quite successful in the beginning and soon Chamberlain has changed it. It started because the result of WWI, which made Britain not wanting another war. In the beginning, Chamberlain thought the Treaty of Versailles was too harsh to Germany. Then as Germany got stronger, their reason has changed, the new reasons for appeasing Hitler was, firstly, it gave UK time to prepare for a war as its main soldiers were abroad to take control over their colonies. Secondly, it gave Britain the high morale ground to say they did everything to prevent a war.…
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