GCSE ocr History - Hitler's foreign policy

GCSE revision of Hitler's foreign policy

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When was Hitler made chancellor of Germany?`
1933
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When did he become Fuhrer?
August 1934
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What were Hitler's 4 main aims of his foreign policy?
Overturn the Treaty of Versailles, Rearmament, Unite all German speaking people in a German reich, Lebensraum
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What year did Hitler withdraw Germany from the League of Nations?
1933
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When was conscription introduced in Germany?
March 1935
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What was the date of the Saar plebiscite and what was the result?
January 1935 and 90% voted to rejoin Germany
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When did Hitler remilitarised the Rhineland?
March 1936
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Why was he able to do this with no opposition?
Because the League of Nations were busy with the Italian invasion of Abyssinia and France were in the middle of an election campaign
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Describe the series of events that lead to anschluss with Austria
Hitler began to encourage Austria Nazis to stage demonstrations. In February 1938, he demanded that Seyss-Inquart be made minister of the interior. He threatened to invade if the chancellor Schuschnigg didn't resign. He and his cabinet resigned.
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What was the date when Hitler entered Vienna?
15th March 1938
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When did he become Fuhrer?

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What year did Hitler withdraw Germany from the League of Nations?

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When was conscription introduced in Germany?

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