To What Extent Was Appeasement the Best Possible Policy for the British in the 1930s?!

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Appeasement, to give in someone’s demand to avoid bigger war, and to make somebody less angry or aggressive; especially by giving in to the demands that is required. In the 1930s, after the World War I, Neville Chamberlain, the Prime Minister of Great Britain at that time, made an Appeasement with Adolf Hitler for the best possible policy to stop Hitler’s aggressive expansion in Europe. So Britain made a deal with Germany to have territorial grievances (giving Sudetenland), support for the economic problems, and the absence of raw materials. And this appeasement was the best possible policy for the British to make at this moment for peace.! ! After the First World War, unlike some other nations that were prepared to fight another major war, Britain had an aftermath of the war. Britain was struggling with economy as they met the economic depression; they were still on the stage of recovering. Also as the Americans were insisting on maintaining their isolationism, which they were willing to be isolated from the European countries’ conflicts, this eliminated any other possibilities and chance for the British to earn loans. Moreover, as Britain was one of the major power of the WWI, the effects on both of their men and arms were not recovered from the WWI. This also led Chamberlain hesitant to take part for a large war at this time. Thus, making an appeasement with the Germans was the best solution for them to be recovered and prepared later in the future because rather than fighting a big war against advanced army with unprepared-no men army, they would fight a war with recovered army even if the opponents might grow more. ! Back again to 1919, the Treaty of Versailles made conclusions to the German’s territorial, armed forces, colonies, preparations and indemnity, and the war guilt issues. At this time, Germany was forced to accept the conclusions of the WWI that

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