Hitler's Foreign Policy 1932-1939

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  • Hitler's foreign policy.
    • Expand German territory
      • Invaded Poland 1939.
      • invaded Austria 1938
      • had left the LoN in 1933 so they could not act against him
      • Germany seen as aggressive. brought Britain to war.
    • Economic Recovery
      • Rearmament
        • Employment boost
          • Economic Recovery
            • Rearmament
              • Employment boost
                • 1932-1939 figures.
                  • Warships 33-95
                  • Planes 36-8250
                  • Soldiers 100000-950000
                • Withdrew from league
                  • Freed from the Kellogg-Briand pact
                  • LoN had no army to force him to disarm.
                • Would have been condemned by the league but it helped germany so much
                • Rearmed in secret for the first year (whilst he was still in the LoN)
                • Germany seen as aggressive
              • made Hitler very popular with the people
          • 1932-1939 figures.
            • Warships 33-95
            • Planes 36-8250
            • Soldiers 100000-950000
          • Withdrew from league
            • Freed from the Kellogg-Briand pact
            • LoN had no army to force him to disarm.
          • Would have been condemned by the league but it helped germany so much
          • Rearmed in secret for the first year (whilst he was still in the LoN)
          • Germany seen as aggressive
        • made Hitler very popular with the people
      • Defeat Communism
        • made anti-communist alliances with Mussolini and Japan
        • Told the people that communists had caused WW1 defeat
        • Sympathy from other nations as they hated communists
      • Abolish ToV
        • Put troops in the Rhineland DMZ 1936
        • Invaded Sudetenland 1938
        • Rearmed
        • Left the LoN
        • Claimed that the ToV only applied to the previous government
        • Germany seen as very aggressive

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