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How Effectively Did Britain Deal With The Challenges To World Peace Between 1931 And 1936

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How Effectively Did Britain Deal With The Challenges To World Peace Between 1931 And 1936 The main ways that Britain tried to keep the peace were to deal with the foreign policies. These were to try and preserve the empire. This was important because it gave Britain links for trading and support from other places in the world. Britains main colony was India. Britain found themselves with the task of protecting the Suiz canal as this was the only convenient way of reaching India from the Mediterranean. ...read more.

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To do this they had to take over the Mediterranean. This was a problem for Britain because they did not want to offend Italy but they could not let the Suiz canal fall under Italian hands as the Suiz canal was partly in the Mediterranean. They also wanted to support the League Of Nations. This was because it gave other smaller countries that were in the League Of Nations protection given from the larger world powers that were in the League Of Nations. ...read more.

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He was one who was not to be trusted. Due to the policy that Chamberlin took, Britain created a weak image for itself. This meant (due to Britain's image) that Italy and Japan were able to do things which they would otherwise not have dreamed of doing. When France, Britain and Italy created the Sresefront they agreed that they would stop Germany from expanding their Empire into Europe. Then Britain Jeopardised their whole alliance with France and Italy by making a treaty with Germany and thereby stabbing them in the back. They made an Anglo-German Naval Agreement which meant that the German Navy were able to rebuild there navy to 30% the size of Britains. ...read more.

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