The Munich Agreement

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  • The Munich Agreement
    • Signed by France, Britain, Italy and Germany (the climax to the Czech crisis)
    • Arose from Hitler's demand that the Sudetenland be allowed to become a part of Germany
      • Threatened invasion if these requirements weren't met.
      • breach of Versailles Settlement
    • Seen as 'act of appeasement' in Western World
    • For Stalin it was a gathering of anti-soviet nations of Europe
      • He declared that a new imperialist war was inevitable
    • Maxim Litvinov (1876-1951) The USSR's foreign policy secretary from 1930 - May 1939


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