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Assess the Impact of Nazi Germany Foreign Policy in the Period 1933-1939

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Excellent response, received a perfect 25/25 mark. Possible 2016 Modern History HSC Question.

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International relations Politics Global politics Nazism Foreign relations of Nazi Germany Munich Agreement Germany–United Kingdom relations Adolf Hitler Nazi foreign policy debate Appeasement Hossbach Memorandum Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact Hitler
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Topics this document covers:
International relations Politics Global politics Nazism Foreign relations of Nazi Germany Munich Agreement Germany–United Kingdom relations Adolf Hitler Nazi foreign policy debate Appeasement Hossbach Memorandum Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact Hitler
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At the heart of Hitler’s foreign policy beliefs was his determination to restore Germany to the position of a great power. Hitler believed that it was his historic mission to save the German people from this fate. Nazi Germany’s foreign policy involved the restoration of German national greatness and the deliberate expansion of Germany at the expense of ‘inferior’ peoples. Hitler believed that if the German people were to survive and preserve their racial identity they would have to acquire new territory, through the use of force. The nature of the German foreign policy during the Third Reich between 1933 and 1939 was an orchestrated momentum towards another war in Europe. Hitler believed that Germany’s destiny la...
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