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The Outbreak of War

  • Józef Garliński

Abstract

The occupation of Austria in March 1938 was proof that Hitler would defy the Versailles treaty and turn to external aggression, but because Austria was inhabited by German-speaking people, France and Great Britain continued to hope that peace would be maintained and they refrained from any action which might suggest that it was time to prepare for war.

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Western Democracy Indirect Aggression Polish Government Treaty Obligation British Prime Minister 
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Notes

  1. 7.
    V. Mastny, ‘The Czechoslovak Government-in-Exile during the World War II: an Assessment’, p. 5. (Lecture given in London. October 1977).Google Scholar

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© Józef Garliński 1985

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