19 Jul 1938
  • Ludwig Beck met with German Army chief Walther von Brauchitsch, attempting to persuade him to use his influence to put a stop to the invasion of Czechoslovakia. He also offered suggestions on what he thought Adolf Hitler's government should be doing, mainly social and civil concerns, instead of provoking war at this stage of Germany's rearmament. ww2dbase [Munich Conference and the Annexation of Sudetenland | Ludwig Beck | Walther von Brauchitsch | CPC]

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