How Were Britain and France Drawn into War with Germany?

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Britain and France were drawn into war with Germany after Germany attacked Poland. The two countries could not negotiate a German withdrawal from the country.
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Britain and France had a defence agreement with Poland. On 1 September 1939, German forces attacked Poland so on 3 September 1939, Britain and France declared war on Germany.
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The U K and France had a mutual/common defence treaty with Poland German invaded Poland so they had to declare war on Germany the Brits sent in troops into France who really just
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France - most of the war on the western front was fought on French soil. She lost a whole generation of men, industry was strangled, coal mines out of operation, agriculture way below
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