During the Second World War, British Prime Minister Churchill, who opposed the agreement when it was signed, decided not to abide by the terms of the post-war agreement and to bring the Sudetenland back to post-war Czechoslovakia. On 5 August 1942, Foreign Minister Anthony Eden sent Jan Masaryk the following note: The plebiscite To give him control of the regions where the Sudeten Germans are in the minority, the referendum means (rejected by the Anglo-French proposals) were used. Did Mr Chamberlain and Mr Daladier ask Hitler what the referendum was and how, without intimidation, he could hope for a German majority of Sudetenland in regions where, as you know, they are in the minority? Hitler`s elections and referendums offer many examples of how they can be manipulated. After Poland learned that populated territories in Poland were to be transferred to Germany, Poland issued a note to the Czechoslovak government regarding the immediate conclusion of an agreement providing for the unquestionable occupation of Polish territory by Polish troops; An agreement on referendums is expected to follow in districts with a large proportion of the Polish population. [75] Czechoslovakia was informed by Great Britain and France that it could either oppose Nazi Germany alone or submit to the prescribed annexations. The Czechoslovakian government single-purposely acknowledged the desperation of the fight against the Nazis, reluctantly capitulated (30 September) and agreed to abide by the agreement. The colony gave Germany, from 10 October, the Sudetenland and de facto control of the rest of Czechoslovakia as long as Hitler promised not to go any further. On 30 September, after some time off, Chamberlain went to Hitler`s house and asked him to sign a peace treaty between the United Kingdom and Germany. After Hitler`s interpreter translated it for him, he was glad to have accepted it. After occupying Austria from March 1938, Adolf Hitler turned his attention to the Sudetenland of German ethnic origin of Czechoslovakia. Since its founding at the end of the First World War, Czechoslovakia has been cautious about possible German advances.

This is mainly due to the unrest in the Sudetenland, fuelled by the German Sudetenland Party (SdP). There is no doubt that wireless has had a great influence over the past two weeks, because the opposition between German wisdom and the moderation of the leaders of other countries, especially Czechoslovakia, has made a great impression here in the United States and in all neutral countries. But as far as dictatorial countries are concerned, the outside world was much less known than was known half a century ago. Because the machine of oppression is now perfected, and if it is used to full throttle, little light can pierce. Thus, great wars can be launched in the darkness of peoples who know nothing beyond what their leaders tell them. In this way, the common life of the world is influenced by the state of its different peoples, and the loss of freedom in each of them becomes a threat to peace. On 12 September, at an NSDAP rally in Nuremberg, Hitler gave a speech on the Sudeten crisis condemning Czechoslovakia`s action. [9] Hitler denounced Czechoslovakia as a fraudulent state that violated the emphasis on national self-determination of international law and claimed that it was Czech hegemony, whereas the Germans, Slovaks, Hungarians, Ukrainians and Poles of the country actually wanted to be in association with the Czechs.

[27] Hitler accused Beneé of wanting to phase out the Sudeten Germans and claimed that since the creation of Czechoslovakia, more than 600,000 Germans had been deliberately evicted from their homes under the threat of starvation if they did not leave. [28] He claimed that the Bene government had persecuted the Germans along with Hungarians, Poles and Slovaks and accused Beneé of threatening nationalities with being accused of treason if they were not loyal to the country. [27] He stated that as head of state of Germany, he would support the right of Germans to self-determination in the Sudetenland. [27] He sentenced Benes for the recent execution of several