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Czechoslovakia, Poland and the end of appeasement

Czechoslovakia, Poland and the end of appeasement

Although the British people welcomed the Munich agreement , they did not trust Hitler. In an opinion poll in October 1938 93 per cent said they did not believe him when he said he had no more territorial ambitions in Europe. In March 1939 they were proved right, on 15 March with Czechoslovakia in chaos, German troops took over the rest of the country.  The image on the right shows German troops entering Prague, the capital of Czechoslovakia in March 1939.



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