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Appeasement | Define Appeasement at Dictionary.com

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verb (used with object), appeased, appeasing. 1. to bring to a state of peace, quiet, ease, calm, or contentment; pacify; soothe: to appease an angry king. 2. to ...

Appeasement | HISTORY

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Appeasement, the policy of making concessions to the dictatorial powers in order to avoid conflict, governed Anglo-French foreign policy during the 1930s.

Appeasement - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Appeasement in a political context is a diplomatic policy of making political or material concessions to an enemy power in order to avoid conflict.

Appeasement - definition of appeasement by The Free Dictionary

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Billee wagged his tail appeasingly, turned to run when he saw that appeasement was of no avail, and cried (still appeasingly) when Spitz's sharp teeth scored his flank.

appeasement | foreign policy | Britannica.com

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Appeasement, Foreign policy of pacifying an aggrieved nation through negotiation in order to prevent war. The prime example is Britain’s policy toward Fascist Italy ...

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Appeasement . England footballers give the Nazi salute before a match in Germany in 1938 - a picture from German photograph archives

Neville Chamberlin on "Appeasement" (1939)

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Neville Chamberlain on Appeasement (1939) Britain and France pursued a policy of appeasement in the hope that Hitler would not drag Europe into another world war.

Appease | Definition of Appease by Merriam-Webster

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Define appease: to make (someone) pleased or less angry by giving or saying something desired—usage, synonyms, more. Follow: GAMES; WORD OF THE DAY; VIDEO; WORDS AT ...

Appeasement | Stanford History Education Group

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Few geo-political events have resonated through the past 70 years like Neville Chamberlain’s decision to pursue the policy of appeasement in reaction to German ...

BBC - GCSE Bitesize: Why appeasement?

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A secondary school revision resource for GCSE History about modern world history, international relations, the road to World War Two, Chamberlain and appeasement