Sudetenland

The Sudetenland: 15th September
British prime minister, Neville chamberlain flew to meet Hitler at Berchtesgaden, without consulting czechslovakia he promises to gIve Hitle all areas where there are more that's 50% of the population is German,then he persuades the French to agree
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The Sudetenland: 19th September
Chamberlain and the French president, Edward daladier, put to the Czechoslovakian government their plans to give Hitler parts of the Sudetenland.
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The Sudetenland 22nd September
Hitler increases his demands. He wanted all of the Sudetenland, chamberlain goes to Bad Godesberg to tell him about Hitlers , chamberlain called it a quarrel in a fairway country
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The Sudetenland
After Hitler justifies his demands by saying that the Czechoslovakian government is mistreating the German people
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The Sudetenland
Chamberlain told Hitler his demands were unreasonable. The Bristol ish navy were mobilised and oI led to prepare for war.
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The Sudetenland: 29th September
To avert war Mussolini suggested a conference in Munich a conference. The Czechslovakians were not invited , Britain, Germany, France and Italy agreed to give Germany all of the Sudetenland
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The Sudetenland
Hitler spoke of the Munich agreement as an 'under triumph' because the Sudetenland had been taking without a shot being fired.
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The Sudetenland: 1st October
German troops marched into The Sudetenland. At the same time, Hungary and Poland also helped themselves to bits of Czechoslovakia territory
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Nazi-soviet pact:15 March 1939
Germany occupies the rest of Czechoslovakia. This convinces chamberlain that Hitler cannot be trusted
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Nazi-soviet pact: 23 August 1939
The nazi-soviet pact is signed. This frees Hitler to invade part of Poland, and Stalin the othe part. Hitler is convinced that Britain will not stop him
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Nazi-soviet pact: 25 August 1939
Britain and Poland sign a mutual assistance treaty promising that one country will protect the other in the event of a German attack
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Nazi-soviet pact: 1 September 1939
The German army invade Poland from the west
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Nazi-soviet pact: 3 September 1939
Britain and France declared war on Germany. This kept their promis s to defend Poland from German agression
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Nazi-soviet pact:17 September 1939
The Soviet Union invaded Poland from the east. Britain and France have no obligation to flight the USSR
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The Sudetenland: 19th September

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Chamberlain and the French president, Edward daladier, put to the Czechoslovakian government their plans to give Hitler parts of the Sudetenland.

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The Sudetenland 22nd September

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The Sudetenland

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The Sudetenland

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