Challenge of Fascism: Saving Europe at a cost

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1. What problems faced by Britain in 1936?

  • Italy in the Mediterranean
  • Germany rearming
  • Japanese naval power in far east
  • All of the above; Germany rearming, Japanese naval power in far east, Very few allies and Italy in the Mediterranean
  • Very few allies
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2. Why did Britain follow a policy of Appeasement in the years 1925-37?

  • British economy were weak, no sympathy towards Germany, strong allies, didn't trust communists,
  • British economy were weak, sympathy towards Germany, lack of allies, little threat, public opinion and military stratergy (ie. 10 Year Rule, ect.)
  • British economy was strong, military strategy, Treaty of Versailles was led by the French, lack of enemies


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