Was Britain's policy of appeasement justified?

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History

 

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William H

 

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December 11, 2014

 

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And on September 1st, 1938, this news became official and Chamberlain was told that the South African and Australian governments would not help Britain if war would break out. It became clear and apparent that an aggressive approach to Germany would split the empire. And in fact, British military leaders supported the idea of appeasement because they were terrified of fighting multiple countries at once (Italy, Germany, Japan)...
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And in fact, British military leaders supported the idea of appeasement because they were terrified of fighting multiple countries at once (Italy, Germany, Japan). All of this information made it clear that almost everyone favored an appeasement over any kind of war. Many people now would criticize this as people believe that appeasement is an act of weakness, with no self resolve...
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