A Brief Timeline
Hitler violates the Treaty of Versailles by brazenly rearming the German military and holding a massive rally to celebrate. Britain does nothing and allows the violation to take place, causing tension between England and France.
Agreement between Germany and Great Britain allowing Germany a navy 35% the size of the British one, a significant increase over the size allowed by the Treaty of Versailles.
Hitler sends armed forces into the Rhineland, the demilitarized zone between Germany and France. Although this angers the country, France does not take military action without the support of Great Britain, which refuses.
German forces occupy Austria, as the leader of the Austrian Nazi Party takes power in the country. Britain and France openly protest the expansion, but take no action.
In pursuit of the area’s vast natural resources, Hitler annexes the Sudetenland in Czechoslovakia. He gains support for the invasion by launching a propaganda campaign to infuriate the workers, causing them to riot over their treatment.
Britain and France allow Hitler to officially occupy the portion of Czechoslovakia known as the Sudetenland. In return, Hitler agreed not to use his military forces, going forward. This is the final appeasement of Hitler and Germany before war breaks out on the continent in March of 1939.