Give an account of acts of Aggression and Policy of Appeasement on which the Second World War broke out.
Acts of Aggression and Policy of Appeasement: When the acts of aggression began, the aggressed countries, the Soviet Union and many leaders in different countries of the world demanded collective action to defeat the aggressor. However, the Western Governments, instead of resisting the aggressions followed a policy of appeasement with the aggressive powers. Appeasement meant a policy of conciliating an aggressive power at the expense of some other country. But for the western countries’ policy of appeasement, fascism could not have survived as long as it did and would not have been able to unleash the Second World War.