Riots in Sudetenland in 1938 made Czechoslovakia place the region under martial law.
This outburst resulted in Hitler declaring to invade Sudetenland to protect the people and eliminate Czechoslovakia law.
The Munich Conference was created to settle the dispute of control of Sudetenland which was between Germany and its neighbor Czechoslovakia. There was a policy that tried to keep peace it was called the appeasement. Chamberlain told the British people that he archived “peace in our time”.