Neville Chamberlain visits Hitler at Berchtesgaden and speaks to the press on his return.
Titles read: "THE PRIME MINISTER AND GERMANY".
Various shots of British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain arriving by plane at Munich airport and being driven off in a car on his way to meet the German Chancellor, Adolf Hitler in regard to the Czech Crisis. He is then seen getting off a train and is escorted to Hitler's mountain residence at Berchtesgaden by German officers. Hitler greets Chamberlain on the steps of his home and shakes hands. They walk up the steps together.
Chamberlain is seen getting off a small plane at the airport after his trip to Munich. He makes a speech, saying he had a long, frank but friendly talk with Hitler the previous afternoon and he feels satisfied now that each of them fully understands what is in the mind of the other. He ends by saying he is going to have another talk with Hitler, but Hitler said he would come halfway to meet him, to spare Chamberlain from having such a long journey.