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To understand WW2 you have to understand ...
Nazi Germany is the closest thing there has been to a ... ...
What was the German war reparations equivalent to in today's money?
What was signed in 1925?
What did it do?
German economy collapses when US banks ... ... ...
Unemployment rises to what?
Who hands power to Hitler, thinking he can ... the Nazis?
What is imposed in 1933?
Takes away ... ... of the enemies of the ...
The '... Act' gives the .. power to rule by decree
Hitler viewed life as a struggle between ...
which stemmed from ... ...
Hitler saw Germany's ... rate outstripping its ... ...
There was a choice between ... and ... ...
Plan to conquer ..., ... and ...
He also believed that the ...-... race was superior
Hitler believed '... Jewry' was a ... on the German race and world
How were the Jews 'controlling' the UK and US governments?
1931: ... invades ...
Called the '... Incident'
When did Germany leave the LoN?
It also pushed ... past ... strictures
1935: ... invades ... and uses ... gas against civilians
1936: What does Hitler do?
What is given to Hitler at the Munich Conference?
France and Britain don't invade Germany from the West - the '... ...'
On what date does Hitler invade France?
When does the BEF begin excavation from Dunkirk?
What begins mid-July?
What does Hitler launch in 1941?
What was the name for the application of lebensraum?
How many were killed in this?
Hitler wanted to ... eastern Europe
... was combined with immense ... power
Within ... months of taking power, the Nazis eliminated all ...
and co-ordinated all the major ... of German ...
Germans became used to the idea that whole segments of society could be declared what?
... and ... were as well-entrenched as in other countries but ... was rife
After ... was halted, what was introduced?
But this left the middle classes ... and millions ...
Problem with the ... ... was extensive powers given to the ...
Who was elected in 1925?
Pro-Weimar parties never achieved a majority after what year?
When did the Nazi party attempt a coup?
Following 1929, people increasingly voted for ... parties
Which institution favoured the Nazis?
Who were among the first victims of brownshirt violence?
In what month of what year did Germany become a one-party state?
... tried to preserve what he could in what year?
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He acknowledged the ... reality that Germany was beaten
Hitler's ... of society was largely unchallenged by ... profession
The ... programme was put in place in what year?
It caused ... in the European ...
And put ... on the ... ...
Economic ... of this were important in moving against ... and ...
What was a blueprint for Germany becoming a world sea power?
It meant preparation for an ... naval war
Economic difficulties in rearmament from too little ... and too much ...
What terms means perspective or world view?
Which of these was hugely influential on Hitler's political actions?
Hitler wanted to focus all efforts on ... and so foreign and domestic policy had to ...
Impressive victory over ... gave the regime ... and ...
Hitler privileged ... and ... preparation for war over ... aspects
War economy necessitated ...
What relieved the economic strain?
Hitler's foreign policy acted as a diplomatic ... as he made ... deals
this was so he could build up the ...
Hitler badly wanted to believe in British ...
Western powers' reaction to invasion of ... was Hitler's first serious ... defeat
Hitler's ... rather than ... calculation, had determined ...
Only Germany's ... and ... might corrected this
What revealed Hitler's fixation with annexing Austria and C'akia?
It reveals that Hitler thought what year would be too late to strike?
... issues overshadowed almost every major decision in British grand strategy in 20th century
There were certain long-term ... weaknesses in Britain's decline
... and ... issues are inextricably linked
Britain's ... like its ... reflects more of a change in its ... position
What helped other states more than Britain?
Because these states were ...-...
More important factor was ...'s status as world ... centre
Britain's status was threatened by ... - it upsets ... and hurts ...
British Treasury was reluctant to let gold sit as ... ...
Britain's financial ... began slipping away as its global ... increased
In 1918, gap between Britain's ... and ... was wider than ever
By late ....s it was struggling with demand from the .. and a public against more ... spending
Economic ... was thought to be a solution for a while
as there was increasing ... of ...-... economies
Germany used access to ... to buy ... ... and maximise its ... strength
Britain thought it was securing ... ... - Germany was preparing for ... ...
Trading with a potential foe meant strengthening ... position while weakening ... position
It was very difficult to ... Britain's economic and strategic needs
Britain desperately needed to retain its ... and ... interests
in the ... ... and ... ... just as its ... influence there declined
Both the ... and the ... were correct in wanting to increase ... spending
What offered a kind of solution and in what year?
Churchill's decision to ... ... was vindicated
Britain made ... sacrifices unmatched by other ...
There was something ... about Britain's situation
All would have been well only if others had also ... eternal ...
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Necessary to look at ... and ... of specific actors
and more broadly at changes in ... power, state ... and domestic, economic, cultural ...
Chamberlain pursued a policy based on ... ...
For example, about ...
These had unforeseen ... consequences
The '... of the ...' greatly influenced British strategists in the ....s
It was the ... rather than ... of the threat Hitler pose
which Britain ...
... made by British strategists were also wrongly ... on Germany
This meant that what they thought would ... Hitler did not
Hitler was not deterred by Britain's ... stance on ...
He chose instead to raise the stakes in the ...-term by ... ...
Chamberlain thought that if ... could be held in check, so could ... and ...
He wanted general long-term ... based on superior ... ...
Hitler wanted to renounce ... ambitions
in exchange for Britain giving him a free hand in ... ...
But ... did not behave how ... wanted
Hitler's behaviour ... Britain's ... ...
While Britain's ... approach increased HItler's ...
its lack of response to the ... encouraged his idea that Britain would ... the ...
To Hitler, Britain's ...-... in what was further confirmation?
It was actually pure British ...
Economic staying power was seen as a ... and possible ... of ... against Germany
Britain was shifting from a ... ... bomber strategy
to a ... plan based on core British ...
It was about ... Germany sufficiently to bring it in without ... war
Britain was overly ... about the air threat and overly ... about its economic weapon
Hitler's strategy became more ... towards Britain because of his inability to reach ... on his terms
Guaranteeing ... ... in March 1939 was aimed at '...' deterrence
Chamberlain wanted to avoid another '... ...' like in 1914
It seemed like time was on Britain's side ... but less so ...
What pact did not deflect Britain's strategy?
Britain's ... strategy did not ... Hitler
Churchill's ... attitude ... others
and added to Britain's ... to ...
Britain's strategic plan concerning ... .. ... was well-conceived
Britain first failed to gain any ... with ...
so turned to ..., the source of the problem, in ....-....
Calculated that German gains from ...ing ...... were less than ... costs of ... in 1938
Britain wanted to ... war to maintain ... ... - not win the war
Chamberlain chose ... Poland over ... with the USSR
because he feared the latter would drive ... ... to Hitler
There was no Allied attack in (month, year)
because Britain believed its ... weapon to still be ...
and the ...'s capabilities had been ... by Britain
The '... ...' is often inappropriately cited
and ... is not necessarily a poor ...
Strategy was undermined by ... made by both sides about their own and other's ... and ...

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