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EventYearSaucy bits of info
Czechoslovakia declared martial law
Munich Agreement
End of Czechoslovakia
Lord Halifax becomes Foreign Secretary
Nazi-Soviet Pact
GB guaranteed Greece and Romania
Chamberlain and Halifax visited Italy together and met up with Musso. Anyone thinking threesome!
Anthony Eden resigns
Pact of Steel between Germany and Italy
British Guarantee to Poland
Chamberlain met Hitler at Berchtesgaden
Hitler annexed Austria.
EventYearSaucy bits of info
Radical change in GB's defence poilicy - Military talks with France and raising an army of 32 divisions.
Chamberlain tried to 'chicken out' of helping Poland
38 million gas masks were distributed
Baldwin retired
Chamberlain told the Commons that GB vital interests were not involved in Czechoslovakia
Germany invaded Poland
Britain and France declared war against Germany
Spitfire officially introduced
Hitler met Colonel Beck (Polish Foreign Minister)
Ribbentrop asked Poles to give up Danzig, in return for guarantees of its borders
Runciman Mission
Type: 'Baldwin *Shakes fist*'
EventYearSaucy bits of info
Chamberlain flew to Bad Godesberg to meet Hitler
Britain introduced conscription
Hitler demanded self-determination of the Sudeten Germans
Memel handed over to Germany
KristallNacht (Killing of Jews and destroying of Jewish shops etc)
Results of Munich Conference
Munich Conference
Chamberlain appointed PM
Chinese-Japanese War
Musso sent troops in to Albania

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