What Were the Main Aims of Hitler's Foreign Policy?


When Hitler came to power he had three main aims of foreign policy. First, was to destroy the Treaty of Versailles imposed on the Germans after they lost World War. Secondly, to unite all German speakers in one country since they had been scattered after their loss in World War 1. Hitler hoped that by uniting the Germans he would create a powerful nation. Lastly, he wanted to expand eastwards to the East to regain land for Germany.
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Following the Nazi rise to power, Hitler’s government conducted a foreign policy aimed at the incorporation of ethnic Germans living outside the German borders. In his book, Mein Kampf, Hitler’s aims were to abolish the Treaty of Versailles, expand the German territory and defeat communism. Germans blamed communists for their defeat in the Great War.
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