This because it proved that weakness in the face of aggression only brought more aggression; giving Hitler Sudetenland (September 1938) was solid ground and power provided for Nazi Germany; which will eventually break its promise (in march 1939) and attack the rest of
What was unknown from the very beginning was that Hitler wanted Europe.
Hitler was looking for expansion he demanded Sudetenland.
He wanted to incorporate this land into the Third Reich and demanded that Prague turn over this land or face war.
Hitler had solid ground he could continue his expansion.
In addition he had the military potential to invade, so the Munich Conference (September 1938) allowed Germany to chop up
Giving Hitler Sudetenland was a graceful beginning as he would later be strong enough to attack the rest of
This was productive to Hitler as he wouldnt need to waste his army and would continue his nazi Germany.
By March 1939 Germany occupied
Hitler was still looking for expansion and ratifying agreements on the right chronology; his opponents faced two choices: 1) Execute Hitlers demands-
2) Or Go to war, and try to stop him
As he invaded
Hitler could not negotiate for equality in power so he could attack all the weak countries as
Therefore I come to the conclusion that Hitler would have invaded
Furthermore none of the above causes could be qualified as the biggest cause for ww2; as they both compromise, contributed to Hitlers menace on a second world war.