At the beginning of November 1938, under the First Vienna Award, after the failure of negotiations between Czechoslovakia and Hungary, as a recommendation for the settlement of territorial disputes by the Annex to the Munich Agreement, the German-Italian arbitration demanded that Czechoslovakia, southern Slovakia and one third of the Slovak territory be ceded to Hungary, and Poland received small territorial cessions (Zaolzie) shortly thereafter. During World War II, British Prime Minister Churchill, who rejected the agreement when it was signed, decided that the terms of the agreement would not be respected after the war and that the Sudetenland territories should be returned to post-war Czechoslovakia. The 5. In August 1942, Foreign Minister Anthony Eden sent the following note to Jan Masaryk: Czechoslovakia was founded in 1918 after the collapse of the Austro-Hungarian monarchy at the end of World War I. The Treaty of St. Germain recognized the independence of Czechoslovakia and the Treaty of Trianon defined the borders of the new state, which was divided into the regions of Bohemia and Moravia to the west and Slovakia and the Carpathian foreground to the east, comprising more than three million Germans, or 22.95% of the country`s total population. They lived mainly in the border regions of the historic lands of Bohemia, for which they invented the new name Sudetenland, which bordered Germany and the newly created country of Austria. Given the tensions between the Germans and the Czechoslovak government, Beneš offered the 15th. In September 1938, he secretly announced that 6,000 square kilometers (2,300 square miles) of Czechoslovakia would be given to Germany in exchange for a German agreement to admit 1.5 to 2.0 million Sudeten Germans, whom Czechoslovakia would expel. Hitler did not respond.

[13] Undoubtedly, Wi-Fi has had a huge impact over the past two weeks, as the contrast between German absenteeism and the moderation of leaders of other countries, including Czechoslovakia in particular, has made a strong impression here in the United States and in all neutral countries. But when it comes to dictatorial countries, far less was known about the outside world than it was half a century ago. Because the machinery of oppression is now perfected, and when used at its full power, little light can pierce. Thus, great wars can be launched into the darkness of peoples who know nothing beyond what their leaders let them say. .