From the Archive

On 30 September 1938, Nazi Germany and Britain signed the Munich Agreement. Stating that it was ‘peace for our time’,
Neville Chamberlain and the British government hoped that accepting the German annexation of the Sudentenland would prevent war.

Author: British Pathé

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