The spirit of isolationism and the poor economic situation in Europe prompted Britain and France to

The spirit of isolationism and the poor economic situation in Europe prompted Britain and France to

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The spirit of isolationism and the poor economic situation in Europe prompted Britain  and France to look askance at Germany's violations of the Treaty of Versailles, signed at  the end of the First World War. Germany began by imposing compulsory military service  for all of its citizens. Since nearly all of Germany's possessions had been destroyed at  the end of WWI, their factories began to produce new munitions to outfit a larger army  than before. They soon had an army of over six million men with the newest and most  potent weapons in the world. When Hitler began to lay claims on lands taken from the  country in the Treaty of Versailles, Britain and France, suffering from their own economic  problems and reluctant to fight, followed a policy of appeasement for even the most  dubious of claims. Yet, Germany continued to be an aggressor. Britain and France 
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