What Happened at the Munich Conference?

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The Munich Conference is where a pact between Nazi Germany, its partner, Italy and the Western Powers of France and the UK was signed. The pact allowed Germany to capture the borderlands of Czechoslovakia, popularly known as the Sudetenland.
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Britain and France gave in to Hitler's demands for the Sudetenland. Czechoslovakia was not present at this conference, and it should be noted that this land contained key heavy industries
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Russia, Germany, Britain, France, and Italy met to decide what action to take
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The Munich conference of 1838 was the third meeting between British prime minister Neville Chamberlain and Adolph Hitler. This meeting turned out to be one of the most significant
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