During the 1930s, Britain and France followed a policy of appeasement - they gave Hitler what he wanted in order to keep the peace. So why did Britain and France keep on giving in to Hitler's demands?
Which British prime minister believed in appeasement?
Who was the leader of the Sudeten Germans?
Why did Hitler threaten to declare war on Czechoslovakia?
The Czech government declared martial law
The Czech government mobilised its army
The Czech government demanded a union with Germany
Where did Chamberlain go to meet Hitler, 15 September 1938?
Where did Chamberlain go to meet Hitler, 22-23 September 1938?
Where did Chamberlain go to meet Hitler, 30 September 1938?
How much of the Sudetenland did Chamberlain agree to give Hitler at Berchtesgaden?
Areas where more than 25 per cent of the population was German
All the Sudetenland
Areas where more than 50 per cent of the population was German
How much of the Sudetenland did Hitler demand at Bad Godesberg?
What did Chamberlain call the Czechs?
"The weak and the oppressed"
"A people with the right to have a say in its own future"
"Peoples of whom we know nothing"
Which of the following was not a reason for Britain following a policy of appeasement?
Chamberlain wanted a strong Germany
Chamberlain was a fascist
Chamberlain thought Hitler was reasonable