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In order to prevent a war, Britain and France not only gave in to Hitler’s demands for the strengthening of Germany, but also granted him territories outside of Germany

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When he ignored the ultimatum issued by Britain and France to stop his invasion of Poland, the appeasers declared war on Germany

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France could have stopped Hitler by sending in troops, but however she was afraid of waging a war with Germany, given the lack of British support

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The Anglo-German Naval Agreement signed in June 1935 was Britain’s form of appeasement towards the German rearmaments

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Furthermore, it was Hitler who misinterpreted the policy of appeasement as a weakness of Britain and France

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Hitler was also a victim as he had never thought that Britain and France would stand up to him and declare war on Germany after he invaded Poland, given his previous successes from 1936 to 1939

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Hitler was therefore assured that Britain and France would do whatever they could to prevent a war from breaking out

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Appeasement from Britain and France once again gave Hitler a confidence boost to continue his conquest

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The policy of appeasement which was intended by Britain and France to preserve peace was misread by Hitler as a weakness

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In conclusion, the outbreak of the Second World War was a shared responsibility mainly between Hitler, Britain and France