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Q: Why couldn't France and Great Britain inflict military force on Germany when it took the Sudetenland from Czechoslovakia?
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What was 'Sudetenland'?

The Sudetenland was an area in western Czechoslovakia (as it was then) which was German speaking and had some sympathy with German nationalism

Why was great Britain willing to go to war over Poland but not over Czechoslovakia?

Because the Sudetenland in Czechoslovakia was legally given to germany. Whereas Poland was taken by force.

What is Munich betrayal?

France had a military alliance with Czechoslovakia yet signed an agreement with Hitler on 30 September 1938 in Munich which permitted Germany's annexation of Czechoslovakia's Sudetenland.

Why did Britain and France fail to support Czechoslovakia during the sudeten crisis?

in 1938, Britain and France signed the Munich pact with Germany and Italy. The pact permitted German annexation of border areas of Czechoslovakia (sudetenland).

What country was a victim of great Britain and France's policy of appeasement?

Czechoslovakia, which was invaded by Germany with permission from Britain and France given at the Munich Conference. You ask which country was a "victim" of Britain's and France's willingness to appease Hitler, but you are not understanding the basic facts. The Sudetenland wanted to be part of Germany because they were Germans and they were separated from Germany after World War 1. So they were glad to get reconnected to Germany. Hitler used the issue of Sudetenland against Czechoslovakia. Czechoslovakia (including Sudetenland) were not part of Germany before WW1, but part of Austria-Hungary. When Austria-Hungary was broken-up as result of WW1, then Hitler decided to seize German-speaking Austria and then create a crisis w/ Czechoslovakia. Czechoslovakia was seen as the victim of appeasement. By loosing the Sudetenland, they lost valuable territory rich in lignite, coal. So there was a victim - Czechoslavakia.

What is Sudetenland?

Sudetenland was the western border of Czechoslovakia where nearly 3 million people spoke German. Sudetenland was later given to Germany by Great Britain due to the signing of the Munich Agreement by Daladier and Neville Chamberlain on September 30, 1938 to avoid war.

Why did Germany invade Czechoslovakia before the war?

In the summer of 1938, Germany and Czechoslovakia began to quarrel over the disputed border area of the Sudetenland.

Which territory did Great Britain and France let Germany have at Munich Conference?

The Sudetenland - which was the German speaking section of Czechoslovakia. The agreement was signed on 29 September 1938.

What did Germany get from the Munich conference?

The Sudetenland - that is, the ethnic German areas of Czechoslovakia adjoining Germany (and what had previously been Austria) were in effect handed over to Germany by Britain and France. As a result Germany didn't have to fight in order to get this area.

Where was Rhineland and Sudetenland border?

The border between Rhineland and Sudetenland was around the area in western Czechoslovakia that bordered Germany, particularly along the Sudeten Mountains. This territory was a major point of contention leading up to World War II, with Germany seeking to annex the Sudetenland from Czechoslovakia.

What 3 countries did Germany annex to gain more Lebensraum?

Austria, Czechoslovakia, and Sudetenland

Munich Agreement (1938)?

Turned Czechoslovakia, at the time called Sudetenland, over to Germany.