In GCSE History, one topic studied is the aftermath of World War One and one aspect of this that is looked at is Nazi Germany and her relations with other countries during the 1930s. This is the last of four quizzes on that subject and it looks in particular at the end of the policy of appeasement towards Nazi Germany.
The British and French governments had signed the Munich Agreement with Hitler in the autumn of 1938. There they continued with their policy of appeasement and gave in to demands from Germany for the cession of parts of Czechoslovakia. But Hitler's intentions were not yet at an end, as the events of 1939 were to show.
Find out how the policy of appeasement finally came to an end in this quiz.
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