Neville Chamberlain flies to Germany discuss the Czech Crisis with Hitler.
Neville Chamberlain flies off to meet Hitler - and give away the rights of the Czechs.
The signing of the Munich agreement / pact between Germany, Italy, France and Britain.
This item shows the delegates at Four Powers conference in Munich, and Neville Chamberlain' s triumphant return with Hitler's signature and hopes of peace. London.
British politicians hold crisis meeting as situation escalates in Czechoslovakia. Downing Street, London.
Sir John Simon, British Foreign Secretary, leaves Croydon aerodrome to travel to Berlin where he will discuss European security with Adolf Hitler.
President Franklin D. Roosevelt gives a warning he will never negotiate with Hitler.
Chamberlain makes second trip to Germany to see Hitler; news of Czech mobilisation breaks.
As Polish crisis deepens British government holds emergency meeting, whilst France prepares for war.