The Munich Conference was held on September 29th, 1938 in Germany. In advance, the Italian leader and Hitler produce an efficient plan to achieve a common strategy and negotiations. Czechoslovakia was not invited to the conference. Chamberlain and the French Leader did not create any plans prior to the conference. When the conference commenced the four leaders were friendly and amiable towards each other. Chamberlain attempted to endeavor Hitler’s decision on the terms of Czechoslovakia representation during their discussion. He failed to do so, thought he persuaded him to permit two Czechoslovakian representatives to be close in the next room without partaking in the conference. According to a prominent German field marshal, Édouard Daladier was strongly adamant of avoiding war at all costs stating “We won’t tolerate war over this, the Czechs will just have to give way. We will simply have to force them to the cession”. The agreement on September 29, 1938 was when all the four leaders agreed to decide the fate of Czechoslovakia by giving Germany Sudetenland.
The agreement was signed later on September 30th ,1938 after midnight. Later, the two Czechoslovakian representatives were authorized to meet with Daladier and Chamberlain. However, they could not meet Mussolini and Hitler. According to a source Chamberlain seemed to be weary, while Daladier appeared to be tense, they did not engage in prolonged discussion with them over this topic.
A man named Keitel was titled military governor of Sudetenland. The non-germans that lived in Sudetenland were displaced and given exactly 10 days to leave. Finally the Munich Conference consists of multiple negotiations. Hitler was stubborn and would not hold back on his demands on Sudetenland. This caused Chamberlain to follow the policy of appeasement and he gave in to Hitler on this problem; aiming for Hitler to discontinue create more demands. All the leaders came to the agreement to the annexation of Sudetenland to Germany. After, Chamberlain went back to Britain he stated that he successfully had achieved his goal; and stated “peace in our time.” After the conference, Hitler saw the newsreel of Chamberlain’s return to Heston Airport, Munich Agreement in hand, Hitler reportedly stated “Well, he seemed such a nice old gentleman, I thought I would give him my autograph as a souvenir.