Rhineland Achievement Standard 1.4 Practice.

Topic Four: International Relations
Origins of World War II 1919–1941

It is 1936. You are a researcher investigating various reactions to the German Occupation of the Rhineland.
Choose TWO people from the list below. For each person write what they would have said for each of the questions that follow. Make their replies to the questions as convincing as you can.

PERSON 1: A representative of the French government
PERSON 2: A representative of the British government
PERSON 3: A representative of the German government


QUESTION ONE
What is your view on the German Occupation of the Rhineland?


QUESTION TWO
Why do you hold this view?


QUESTION THREE
What is ONE particular action you, or people in your country, have taken as a response to the German invasion of the Rhineland.


QUESTION FOUR
Why did you take this particular action? (Write 50 to 80 words for each person in this question.)