In 1938, Germany achieved success in annexing Austria andnorthwest Czechoslovakia. In fact, Hitler’s success in united Austriawas partly due to the British appeasement policy that Chamberlain,the British Prime Minister adapted. Chamberlain thought thatAustrians and Germans had the right to unit together, since theywere the same type of people, and Britain didn’t withstand theunion between Austria and Germany, yet it allowed Germany’spower to grow stronger.Afterward, just after the union with Austria, Hitler demandedthat Czechoslovakia should return Sudetenland. Hitler alsothreatened that if his demands were not satisfied, he would declaredwar. Again, due to the appeasement policy, Chamberlain signed theMunich Agreement to return Sudetenland to Germany.At that time, Hitler’s demand was unreasonable, yet due to thepolicy of appeasement, Hitler’s demand was satisfied. Theappeasement encouraged Germany to be aggressive and expandedthe appetite of Germany. The more others gave him, the bigger riskshe dared to take. This allowed Germany to grow stronger andstronger, and inevitably, the war would break out.