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The major factor leading to an incident can be described as the determining factor as it is the one most responsible for the events occurrence Hitler the man who led Germany with an aggressive foreign policy and a desire for world domination is most obviously this factor However Chamberlain who was in a position to inhibit Hitlers actions adopted a weak policy of appeasement which led Hitler to believe that he could act without repercussions This incited Hitler to step beyond the limits imposed by the Versailles Treaty and gain the territory and power necessary to once again threaten Europe This issue must not be ignored In 1933 Hitler had achieved the position of Chancellor in Germany his plans relating to his foreign policy allowed for the expansion of German territory and wherever the legal means he had employed failed he would resort to threats and violent activity Hitlers first territorial expansion was aimed at uniting the Saar Basin ruled by Germany before the end of World War 1 back with Germany A plebiscite was held and a resulting 90 of the population decided on a return to Germany The European powers did nothing to prevent this from happening although it was their decision at Versailles to remove the Saar Basin from German control Chamberlains policy of appeasement allowed for Hitler to contradict this restriction imposed by the Treaty of Versailles In 1935 Hitler further exploited this policy by announcing that he was reintroducing conscription and began mass-producing weaponry This disturbed Europe Britain France and Italy condemned Hitlers actions and formed the Stressa Front wherein they re-affirmed the Locarno Treaty and their recognition of Austrian independence The League of Nations also condemned Hitler but took no physical action Hitler defied this treaty by signing a treaty with Britain allowing for major naval re-armament Once again Chamberlains weak policy had supported Hitler and had created disunity between Britain and France France and Russia were
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