In GCSE History, the aftermath of World War One is one of the topics looked at. One aspect of it studied is Nazi Germany and her relations with other countries during the 1930s. This is the second of four quizzes on that subject. It is also the second of two quizzes looking specifically at Hitler's foreign policy.
Towards the end of the 1930s Hitler's foreign policy became bolder. He was more confident that he could get away with blatant infringements of the Treaty of Versailles. In 1935, after all, he had succeeded in re-arming Germany, and now he felt that he could press on with territorial expansion.
See how much you know about Hitler's foreign policy in the late 1930s, by playing this quiz.
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