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Munich Agreement Failure

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Bich Dao

on 6 May 2013

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aimed to successfully negotiate with Hitler Munich Agreement 1938 The End of Czechoslovakia FAILURE Blank check for Poland risk of two front war for Hitler preserve the new-found peace in Europe maintain Czechoslovakia as a sovereign state To try to peacefully resolve the problem of Sudetenland (CZ). Hitler claimed that Sudetenland belonged to Germany. Failed to stop Hitler 1st: Hitler takes the areas where +50% of the population is Germans. 15th Sep. 1938 30th Sep. 1938: Conference 2nd: Hitler takes the whole of Sudetenland. Promise to stop trying to expand territory. March 1939 3rd: Hitler gobbled up the rest of Czechoslovakia. 1. 2. The Western powers easily caved in to Hitler's demands out of fear for war.
Hitler kept pushing for more. 1939 Nazi-Soviet Pact confidence that the West might stay out of this as well September 1st 3. World War II British PM -
Chamberlain French PM -
Daladier Hitler Mussolini
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