Q. 84.7( 3 Votes )
What were Hitler's Foreign Policies?
Hitler's Foreign Policies were a great success. He pulled out of the League of Nations in 1933. He reoccupied the Rhineland , which was confiscated by the French , in 1936. In 1938 Hitler integrated Austria and Germany under the slogan, One people, One empire, and One leader. He then captured the German-speaking Sudetenland from Czechoslovakia, and soon gobbled up the entire country. In all of his foreign activities Hitler had the unspoken support of England, which had considered the Versailles verdict too harsh. These quick successes Hitler had at home and abroad reversed the destiny of the country.
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