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What was Hitler's first aim in his foreign policy?
Get rid of the Treaty of Versailles
Take over Europe
What was Hitler's aim in his policy of Grossdeutschland?
To make more room for the German people
To unite all German speaking peoples in a Greater Germany
To invade all of Europe
To join with Austria
What was the aim of Hitler's policy of Lebensraum?
To gain living space for the German people in Eastern Europe
To conquer the world
To gain back the Rhineland
To take over Poland
What was the first area of land which Germany regained through a plebiscite in 1935?
Which area of Germany was remilitarised in 1936?
Why was Hitler allowed to get away with the Anschluss?
The other countries could not be bothered to do anything about it
Austria was part of Germany
The Austrian Prime Minister invited the Germans into their country
The other countries were scared of Hitler
Why did Hitler want to take over the Sudetenland?
It contained millions of German speaking people
The land had been taken away from Germany in the Treaty of Versailles
It contained all of the Czechoslovakian military defences
All of the above
How many times did Neville Chamberlain fly to Germany to try and solve the dispute over the Sudetenland?
After Hitler had been given the Sudetenland, which country did he invade next?
Bohemia-Moravia (Czech Republic)
Which was the next country that Hitler wanted to invade in order to reunite Germany?
Which enemy of Hitler did he make a pact with in 1939?
What was the British policy of trying to avoid a war called?
Who were Germany's allies?
France and the Soviet Union
Austria and France
Italy and Japan
Britain and Italy
What did Chamberlain say he had achieved when he returned from the Munich Conference which gave the Sudetenland to Germany?
'Peace in our time'
'friendship with Hitler'
'not a lot'
Over Hitler's invasion of which country was World War Two finally declared?