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F. L. Lucas
- Yes, precisely because they're by "a" F L Lucas. He was one of the leading critics of the appeasement movement of this period, sufficient to appear on Nazi post-invasion arrest lists. Andy Dingley (talk) 21:54, 13 March 2014 (UTC)
- I still don't understand how that justifies two full op-eds being included in the article from a Wikipedia policy perspective. I'm less concerned about who wrote it and more about why policy would have it be included it, be it supportive or critical of the agreement. This appears to have been added by a IP fan who has spammed it and other works by Lucas across numerous articles.  --◅ PRODUCER (TALK) 19:26, 15 March 2014 (UTC)
Czechoslovakia had alliance with Britain?
From the introduction: The phrase "Munich Betrayal" (Czech: Mnichovská zrada; Slovak: Mníchovská zrada) is also used because the military alliance Czechoslovakia had with France and Britain proved useless.
Britain had no formal alliance with Czechoslovakia - UK was bound only by vague Covenant of the League of Nations. I changed this nonesense few years ago and it is back...Pavlor (talk) 19:03, 11 June 2014 (UTC)
Need to make ref 37 fit with the book (no.2 in biblio) that is used for refs 3-8 and 10-11
I've added a bit about Hacha having a heart attack and being revived by Hitler's doctor before signing. I put the ref - Ref  - from Noakes and Pridham, but I see that the book's already been used - for references 3-8 and 10-11 (and multiple times for most of the page refs) - and is the 2nd book in the biblio (volume 3).
Can someone please help me do it properly as I can't remember how to do the refs/biblio bit like this.
Sorry for being a muppet.
UK was bound by "Treaty of Versailles"
WRONG UK was bound by "Treaty of Versailles" In March 1935, under the government of Adolf Hitler, Germany violated the Treaty of Versailles by introducing compulsory military conscription in Germany and rebuilding the armed forces. In March 1936, Germany violated the treaty by reoccupying the demilitarized zone in the Rhineland. In March 1938, Germany violated the treaty by annexing Austria in the Anschluss. And Czechoslovakia in 1938. Quote me google "20,21 May 1938 or weekend crisis May 1938 Czechoslovakia". Check out the Royal UK family Edward the VIII and the just released clip of your Queen giving a Nazi salute in the past. Maybe you should read your own history!. And Yes I am part Czech/English too.
- https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?mid=zQoXa-hriJUI.kR6FMEHv0kuY -See this map its based on 2nd century Ptolemy's maps with modern markers. Look at the green markers every one is in a country called "Germania Magna" there was none of your aledged Saxon stories. Atilla the Hun went up the Danube and then the Rhine in the 5th century. You know located in Austria, German and he was killed in present day France on the Rhine in 454.