Panzer Leader Setting & Symbolism

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The Sudetenland

The Sudetenland is an area in Czechoslovakia that is heavily inhabited by Germans during the 1930s. Hitler demands that this area by annexed by the German state, and it is annexed in 1938.

The Anschluss

The Anschluss is the policy of uniting Germany and Austria, which are both German-speaking countries. The carrying out of the Anschluss is Hitler's first great foreign policy victory.

The Polish Corridor

The Polish Corridor is a largely German-inhabited part of Poland in the 1930s that connects central Poland with the seacoast. Hitler demands parts of this area, and when refused, invades Poland.

The Ardennes Mountains, the Meuse River

The Ardennes Mountains is a low mountain range in Southern Belgium, Luxemburg and adjacent areas of France, where German forces strike in 1940. Another attack is attempted there by Hitler, in the offensive of December 1944. After crossing the Ardennes, the German forces in 1940 cross the...

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