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1. Munich Agreement


Pact signed on 29 Sept 1938 by the leaders of the UK (Neville Chamberlain), France (Edouard Daladier), Germany (Hitler), and Italy (Mussolini), under which Czechoslovakia was compelled to surrender its Sudeten-German districts (the Sudetenland) to Germany. Chamberlain claimed it would guarantee “peace in our time”, but it did not prevent Hitler from seizing the rest of Czechoslovakia in March 1939.
Most districts were not given the option of a plebiscite under the agreement. After World War II the Sudetenland was returned to Czechoslovakia, and over 2 million German-speaking people were expelled from the country.

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