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Nazi-Soviet pact, with Munich Agreement

Nazi-Soviet Pact: Causes? USSR’s meetings with Britain and France took too long- 6 weeks- and the negotiations ended in failure.
Nazi-Soviet Pact: Excuses? Hitler wanted an ally to flank Poland. Stalin wanted to avert a war with Germany but wanted Poland as well.
Nazi-Soviet Pact: What happened? On 23 August, 1939, the world was shocked when, suddenly, Russia and Germany signed a 'Non-aggression Pact', to trade resources for 10 years. Sep. 1 1939, Germany attacked Poland. Sep. 17, 1939, USSR then attacked from the east.
Nazi-Soviet Pact: When? On 23 August, 1939
Nazi-Soviet Pact: Characters & Roles? Ribbentrop (to meet Stalin to negotiate), Molotov (negotiator as well), Hitler, Stalin, Lord Halifax
Nazi-Soviet Pact: Achievements? Unite with strong powers, gained ally to flank Poland
Nazi-Soviet Pact: What did it prove to the Allies? Hitler cannot be trusted anymore. He must be stopped.
Nazi-Soviet Pact: Secret Protocols? To share Poland (split in half), to divide eastern Europe with USSR gaining control of the Baltic Sea. Agreeing to 'spheres of influence' in Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania and Poland.
Czechoslovakia: Causes? Edouard Daladier and Chamberlain let Hitler have parts of the Sudetenland
Czechoslovakia: Excuses? Hitler ‘regretted the previously arranged terms from the Munich Agreement in1938
Czechoslovakia: What happened PART 1? 30 Sep., 1938, Munich Agreement to give parts of the Sudetenland. On 15 March 1939, German troops marched into Czechoslovakia. They took over Bohemia, and established a protectorate over Slovakia. Czechoslovakia: What happened PART 2?
Czechoslovakia: When? 15 March 1939
Czechoslovakia: Characters & Roles? Chamberlain, and Hitler
Czechoslovakia: Achievements? Expand German Territory
Czechoslovakia: What did it prove to the Allies? It proved that Hitler had been lying at Munich. It showed that Hitler was not just interested in a 'Greater Germany' (the Czechs were not Germans).
Pact of Steel Alliance between Germany and Italy. Signed by Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini on May 22, 1939, it formalized the 1936 Rome-Berlin Axis agreement, linking the two countries politically and militarily
Created by: azra3.142