What countries did Hitler take over?

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Hitler was successful in taking over fifteen countries namely: Poland, Finland, Denmark, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, France, Norway, Yugoslavia, Greece, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Bylorussia and Ukraine. He achieved this fete with Germany's experienced military units and state of the art weapons. He is responsible for the deaths of approximately 6 million people during the second World War.
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Answer Directly conquered are: Poland, Finland, Denmark, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, France, Norway, Yugoslavia, Greece, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Bylorussia, Ukraine,
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None. Germany was cut in several pieces in Treaty for world war 2 signed at Versailles on 28th June 1919. A piece of Germany - Alsace-Lorraine was gifted to France, a piece of Germany
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Hitler took over Germany, Austria, Czecholslovakia, Denmark, Norway, and the Low
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You pretty much got it covered. Hitler invaded Poland first I believe, consolidated his gains, and moved on. He was on the doorstep of Moscow before the Russian winter set in and
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