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75 years after the Munich Conference, a changing perspective on diplomacy

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Posted: Sunday, September 29, 2013 9:38 am

On Sept. 29-30, 1938, possibly the most infamous diplomatic event in 20th-century Europe occurred in the Bavarian city of Munich.

The Munich Conference, forever associated with the pejorative term “appeasement,” was the last of three conferences held to resolve a six-month crisis over whether the territory of the Sudetenland, comprised of Germans and placed in Czechoslovakia at the end of World War I, should be annexed by the Third Reich. 

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