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15 Sep 1938
  • Neville Chamberlain visited Adolf Hitler at Berchtesgaden in southern Germany to discuss German demands on Czechoslovakia. Chamberlain expressed his personal approval for Germany's previous demands for Sudetenland, but would need to discuss further with his cabinet and the French. Hitler expressed his appreciation and promised that no military action would be taken. ww2dbase [Main Article | CPC]
  • Emden departed Funchal, Madeira, Portugal. ww2dbase [Main Article | CPC]
United Kingdom
  • HMS Cachalot was commissioned into service. ww2dbase [Main Article | CPC]
Photo(s) dated 15 Sep 1938
German Ambassador to London Herbert von Dircksen, British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain, and German Foreign Minister Joachim von Ribbentrop at Lake Chiemsee, Germany, 15 Sep 1938British Ambassador to Berlin Nevile Henderson speaking to German Foreign Minister Joachim von Ribbentrop at the Grand Hotel at Berchtesgaden, Germany, 15 Sep 1938; note British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain in backgroundAdolf Hitler and Neville Chamberlain at Obersalzberg, Germany, 15 Sep 1938; note Joachim von Ribbentrop at rightMünchen police chief Friedrich Karl von Eberstein, British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain, and German Foreign Minister Joachim von Ribbentrop at München airport, Germany, 15 Sep 1938; München mayor Karl Fiehler in background

Timeline Section Founder: Thomas Houlihan
Contributors: Alan Chanter, C. Peter Chen, Thomas Houlihan, Hugh Martyr, David Stubblebine
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"With Germany arming at breakneck speed, England lost in a pacifist dream, France corrupt and torn by dissension, America remote and indifferent... do you not tremble for your children?"

Winston Churchill, 1935