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Neville Chamberlain signed the Munich Pact to avoid war.

Adolf Hitler opposed the Munich Pact in various ways and even broke it severally. Winston Churchill is also known to have out-rightly opposed this pact.

the munich pact failed because Hitler decided to take over the rest of CZECHOSLOVAKIA instead of just 1/3 of it

The Munich pact was signed on 29th september 1938.The pact was signed by Htler with Britain and France.It was agred to hand over Sudetanlands to Hitler.In return Hitler guaranteed Czachoslovakia's integrity.

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The Munich Pact involved Germany, the United Kingdom, France and Italy. It set up the evacuation of the Sudetenland. It was signed on September 29, 1938.

Winston Churchill opposd the Munich Pact

Hitler had broken his promises.

It allowed Hitler to Annex new territories A+

They used a policy of appeasement. They met in Munich, Germany to sign the Munich Pact to allow Hitler to take the Sudetenland in Czechoslovakia. This act made them look like fools when they learned Hitler had already sent troops into the Sudetenland before the Munich Conference and the signing of the pact.

Arthur Neville Chamberlain, the British Conservative Prime Minister.

Czechoslovakia. Czechoslovakia's Sudetenland, to be more precise.

The Munich Pact gave Hitler the Sudetenland, part of Czechoslovakia. It also made him promise not to take anymore land in Europe. That was promise he broke.

He feared that giving into Germany would just give them more power, which it did.

it was the Munich Pact

what about the Munich Agreement/Pact

The Munich Pact was an attempt by the democracies to appease Hitler by ceding him the Sudetenland of Czechoslovakia, in the hopes that he would end or delay his expansion. France and Britain realized that they were unprepared to wage war. Ironically, neither was Germany, but Hitler bluffed the democracies into believing it was.

The four countries of Germany, Italy, France, and Great Britain composed and signed the Munich Pact in Munich, Germany on September 29, 1938. The forming of the pact between these four countries served as appeasement purposes, securing Great Britain's and France's agreement to Adolf Hitler's Demands. The Pact, signed by Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain for Great Britain, Premier Edouard Paladier for France, Adolf Hitler for Germany, and Benito Mussolini for Italy, set October 1, 1938 as the date of Czechoslovakian evacuation of the territory

Well, the signing of the Munich pact was just a stand so Britain and France could save their own butts from a potential WWII. It was the act of appeasing Germany. So basically it didn't work and WWII happened. It can be said that the Munich Pact just gave Hitler something to nibble on, but he became hungry again. Ill explain. There was some land surrounding western Czechoslovakia called the Sudetenland, where many Germans inhabited. Because of this fact, Hitler wanted the Sudetenland as part of his territories. He used the faux excuse that there were Germans being executed there and brought it up in the Munich Pact. So, Hitler was backed into a corner, but Mussolini came and said, (I'm paraphrasing) "Hitler, my friend why don't you ask Eduard Daladier, and Neville Chaimberlain to come to Munich and we'll get your territories there" Daladier was from France and Chamberlain was from G. Britain. SO in order to prevent WWII France and G. Britain decided to eventually give the Sudetenland to Germany against Czechoslovakia's protests and they signed the Munich Pact. Hitler said he wouldn't take any more land and war was not possible. BUT in a few months after the signing of the Munich Pact Hitler took over Czechoslovakia and WWII began more months later. The Munich Pact was seen as a sign of weakness by Winston Churchill of G. Britain and others as an act by Chamberlain. (all my words)

The terms of the Munich Agreement were negotiated at a conference in Munich, Germany in September of 1938 and signed by France, Great Britain, Germany and Italy. Czechoslovakia was not present.

Preserved seems to be the wrong word. The Munich Pact was the agreement that allowed Germany to annexed the Sudetenland, owned by Czechoslovakia. It continued the Anglo-French policy of appeasement towards Hitler's Germany, ie giving them whatever they wanted in order to prevent another war. 'Preserved' would work had the uneasy peace that was continued due to the pact not ended eleven months after it was signed.

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