Aggression Of Adolf Hitler In The 1930s

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In the 1930s, military dictatorships openly committed aggression, or warlike acts, against other nations. They were going to take out what Adolf Hitler called the “ cancer of democracy.” They created a plan and it required two things. They were, military strength and conquest. There was conflict that led to the largest human-caused destruction the world has ever seen. At a huge cost, the democracy triumphed. That’s what they called aggression. Hitler expected that France and Britain did not use force, because neither was willing to risk a war. British leaders thought they could stay away from conflict by accepting Hitler’s demands- a policy known as appeasement. The French relied on British help. So, they both accepted his demands. Hitler

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