Sudetenland Plebiscite DR19381202-S-EN.v01-LH

DR 1938 - Sudetenland Plebiscite
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DR 1938 - Sudetenland PlebisciteDR 1938 - Sudetenland PlebisciteDR 1938 - Sudetenland Plebiscite


14 x 13¾


Sudetenland is the German name of the northern, southwest, and western areas of Czechoslovakia primarily inhabited by German population. At the end of First World War, the German-dominated Austria-Hungary was dismembered and the Sudeten Germans found themselves living in the new country of Czechoslovakia.  

In 1931, Konrad Henlein (1898-1945) created the Sudetendeutsche Partei (SdP) (Sudeten Germans People’s Party). Since its creation, SdP received both verbal and financial support from Hitler with its most pressing demand being for the Sudetenland to be put under Germany’s control. This resulted in years of political unrest in the area with armed clashes between ethnic populations and riots against the state forces. Immediately after the “Anschluss” of Austria into the Third Reich in March 1938, Hitler made himself the advocate of ethnic Germans living in Czechoslovakia. As Hitler continued to make inflammatory speeches demanding that Germans in Czechoslovakia ...



bullet-1 Page Dimensions: 270mm X 297mm

bullet-1 Compatible with: All Lighthouse 13-Rings Binders

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bullet-1 Text Language: great-britain English                                             Personalize

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