How Did Winston Churchill Become Successful In The Early 1900s?

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The early 1900s was a very eventful time politically. Not long after Winston Churchill was gaining power in Britain, Hitler began to do the same thing in Germany. Europe was still recovering from the first World War that ended in 1918. Shortly after, in 1921, Adolph Hitler was elected leader of the Nazi party. In the 1930s Hitler was appointed chancellor of Germany, concentration camps were being established, and the war was forthcoming. Meanwhile, in Britain, Neville Chamberlain was elected prime minister of Britain in 1937.

Chamberlain wanted to avoid war between the countries, so he chose not to stand up to the Germans which lead to the signing of the Munich Pact, an appeasement policy in 1938. Winston Churchill disapproved of
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