Explanation: Google Search The Munich Agreement is an example of appeasement, it is said, give Hitler what he wants to stop the ongoing war The Munich Agreement was signed by the British and French prime ministers with Nazi leader Adolf Hitler. This agreement was reached to avoid a possible war, and Czechoslovakia was ceded to the Germans as part of this agreement. After this agreement, Hitler announced that this was his last claim to territory in Europe and that the choice he had made was considered between war and appeasement. After many years, this agreement entered into force, it was considered a failed act of appeasement. The Munich Pact, also known as the Munich Pact, was a 1938 international agreement designed to avoid war between the powers of Europe by allowing Nazi Germany under Adolf Hitler to annex the Sudetenland. Shortly before this agreement was concluded, the government of Czechoslovakia was counting on the support of France and Britain, as they were in alliance with these two countries, and the Soviet Union was also willing to support Czechoslovakia because of its alliance with them, and the Soviets also showed some indications of support for Czechoslovakia if supported by Britain and France. but the potential of the Soviet Union was ignored and Czechoslovakia was given. to the Germans with The Hope of Peace. After successfully integrating Austria into Germany in March 1938, Adolf Hitler looked avidly at Czechoslovakia, where about three million people in the Sudetenland were of German origin. In April, he discussed with Wilhelm Keitel, the head of the Bundeswehr`s high command, the political and military aspects of «Case Green,» the code name for the planned Sudeten takeover. A surprise attack on «clear skies without reason or justification» was rejected because the result would have been «hostile world opinion that could lead to a critical situation.» Decisive action would therefore take place only after a period of German political turmoil in Czechoslovakia, accompanied by diplomatic quarrels which, as they became more serious, would either constitute an excuse for the war themselves or the occasion for a lightning offensive after an «incident» of German creation.

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