September 29 1938 CE – Germany Receives Rights to the Sudetenland at the Munich Conference

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September 29 1938 CE – Germany Receives Rights to the Sudetenland at the Munich ConferenceRate this post Attempting to keep from launching Europe into another war, representatives from France, Great Britain and Italy signed an agreement with officials from Nazi Germany on September 29, 1938 that would lead to conflict anyway. The Munich Agreement, a treaty by which the largely-German parts of Czechoslovakia — the Sudetenland — would become part of the Nazi country, ended up being little more than a speed bump in the advance of Hitler’s armies throughout the continent. The Sudetenland, a large chunk of western Czechoslovakia, held a vast amount of strategic importance. Filled with a […]