Crisis in the Sudetenland
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Tension in the Sudetenland
The Munich Conference
Germany's Escalating Power
Hitler announced that he would invade the Sudetenland to protect Germans from Czechoslovakia, because Czechoslovakia put the Germans under martial law.
Great Britain and France agreed with Hitler’s idea to invade the Sudetenland at the Munich Conference in their poor state because of appeasement, or complying with an aggressor to prevent conflict.
Germany was quickly taking over helpless countries due to the weak and ineffective state of the League of Nations.
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