Britain's policy of appeasement

Britain's policy of appeasement, following the invasion of the Rhineland, is explained.

Chamberlain and the Munich Conference

Hitler's demands for the Sudetenland led to the Munich Conference in 1938.

Chamberlain's attempts to keep the peace through appeasement

An examination of Chamberlain's motivation for appeasement and Hitler's response.

Hitler's reoccupation of the Rhineland

The German reoccupation of the Rhineland and its background.

Neville Chamberlain achieves 'peace with honour'

Chamberlain negotiates the Munich Agreement, giving the Sudetenland to Germany.

The Anschluss

The Anschluss led to discrimination against the Austrian Jews.

The German invasion of Czechoslovakia

The German invasion of Czechoslovakia ended Britain’s appeasement policy.

The Munich Agreement

Chamberlain decided to travel to meet Hitler to reach a settlement to the Czech crisis.

The outbreak of the Second World War

Britain and France declare war on Germany.