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anonymous

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Was the Munich Conference right? What were some lessons learned from the conference? Please give detailed explanation! Don't just list! Thanks!

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  1. anonymous
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    Well, what do you think?

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    Well, the Munich Conference gave the Sudenland (part of Czechoslovakia) to Nazi Germany, despite the fact that it held most of the banks, was a major part of their defense, and didn't ask Czechoslovakia what they thought.

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