The Sudetenland Crisis

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  • Created on: 14-01-12 19:18
  • This was a chance for Hitler to put his ideas of appeasement to the test.
  • Czechoslovakia was inhabited with more than 3 million German speaking people.
  • After Anschluss Hitler had the confidence and wanted to take over Czechoslovakia, using Sudeten Germans as an excuse.
  • Hitler encouraged Henlein, the leader of nazis in the Sudetenland to campaign for independence and riots broke out.
  • Hitler promised Henlein that he could depend on the support of Germany.
  • Chamberlain was…

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