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Why did Chamberlain think the meeting at Munich was a success for Britain?

How would he defend his policy of appeasement?

What were Churchill’s objections to the Munich agreement?

What critique would he make of the appeasement policy?

Who do you think was right? Why?

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Why did Chamberlain think the meeting at Munich was a success for Britain?
Chamberlain believes that meeting at Munich was a success for Britain because he signed
Munich Agreement in 1938 when he was naïve and this Pact was a part of appeasement. He main
agenda was to avoid war at all cost and also he was trusting that Hitler would stick to his world
hence no war could break. He also believed it was a success to Britain because he signed the
agreement in order delay the war because they needed more time to train his soldiers and their ai...

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