Causes of War Outbreak in Europe in 1939
Hitler came to power in 1933. One of his first actions was taking
Germany out of the League of Nations, this was supported by most
Germans citizens because they thought that the treaty was unfair and
as the members of the League of Nations did nothing about it Hitler
gained confidence to keep up with his plans.
As Hitler wanted to rearm he reopened German factories giving German
citizens employment's back again, as Britain and France did nothing
about it Hitler got each time more and more confidence.
Meanwhile Hitler began with a massive rally of fascist propaganda, he
also made a strong camping against communism speeding "the master
Hitler took part of Austria and non Britain or France did nothing
about it. After these in 1935 Hitler began a massive rearmament
program celebrating the "German Armada Forces", and in 1936 he
reintroduced conscription in the German army. In this same year Japan,
Italy and Germany signed the "anti-Communist Pact".
A very significant action was when Hitler sent troops into the
Rhineland, with this action Hitler broke international agreements to
maintain that area un-militarised. This action was specials threaten
to France. As Britain refused to send troops against Germany, war did
Hitler tried his new weapons in the Spanish Civil War bombing for the
first time in history civilians.
In 1938 Hitler took Austria and later in the same year the Sudentland
of Czechoslovakia. Britain and France warned Germany that if they took
Poland war was going to brake.
Britain and France followed a policy of appeasement, which let Hitler
achieve his plans without problems. As Hitler saw the perfect
opportunity of taking Austria because in this country were many
Germans, he said it was his right take over Austria, after this
Britain and France remained quiet following the appeasement policy.