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Daladier's arrival, Munich Conference, Germany, 29 Sep 1938; photo 1 of 2; also: Mayor Karl Fiehler, Ambassador André Francois-Poncet, Foreign Minister Joachim von Ribbentrop, Gauleiter Adolf WagnerDaladier's arrival, Munich Conference, Germany, 29 Sep 1938; photo 2 of 2; also: Mayor Karl Fiehler, Ambassador André Francois-Poncet, Foreign Minister Joachim von Ribbentrop, Gauleiter Adolf Wagner
French Prime Minister Daladier and German Foreign Minister Ribbentrop in transit from Oberwiesenfeld airfield to Munich, Germany for the Munich Conference, 29 Sep 1938French Prime Minister Daladier and German Luftwaffe General Göring in an open-top sedan in Munich, Germany, 29 Sep 1938
French Prime Minister Daladier and German Foreign Minister Ribbentrop in transit from Oberwiesenfeld airfield to Munich, Germany for the Munich Conference, 29 Sep 1938French Prime Minister Daladier and German Luftwaffe General Göring in an open-top sedan in Munich, Germany, 29 Sep 1938
German SS formation welcoming French Prime Minister Daladier to Munich, Germany, 29 Sep 1938, photo 1 of 3; note Ribbentrop slightly behind DaladierGerman SS formation welcoming French Prime Minister Daladier to Munich, Germany, 29 Sep 1938, photo 2 of 3; note Karl Fiehler, Adolf Wagner, and Ribbentrop slightly behind Daladier
German SS formation welcoming French Prime Minister Daladier to Munich, Germany, 29 Sep 1938, photo 1 of 3; note Ribbentrop slightly behind DaladierGerman SS formation welcoming French Prime Minister Daladier to Munich, Germany, 29 Sep 1938, photo 2 of 3; note Karl Fiehler, Adolf Wagner, and Ribbentrop slightly behind Daladier
German SS formation welcoming French Prime Minister Daladier to Munich, Germany, 29 Sep 1938, photo 3 of 3; Ribbentrop also presentHermann Göring, Adolf Hitler, and Benito Mussolini at the Munich Conference, München, Germany, 29 Sep 1938
German SS formation welcoming French Prime Minister Daladier to Munich, Germany, 29 Sep 1938, photo 3 of 3; Ribbentrop also presentHermann Göring, Adolf Hitler, and Benito Mussolini at the Munich Conference, München, Germany, 29 Sep 1938
Mussolini and Hitler, Munich Conference, Germany, 29 Sep 1938, photo 1 of 2; Göring, Himmler, and Ciano in backgroundMussolini and Hitler, Munich Conference, Germany, 29 Sep 1938, photo 2 of 2; Göring, Himmler, and Ciano in background
Mussolini and Hitler, Munich Conference, Germany, 29 Sep 1938, photo 1 of 2; Göring, Himmler, and Ciano in backgroundMussolini and Hitler, Munich Conference, Germany, 29 Sep 1938, photo 2 of 2; Göring, Himmler, and Ciano in background
Mussolini, Hitler, and Chamberlain at the Munich Conference, Germany, 29 Sep 1938; the man between Hitler and Chamberlain was HitlerMussolini, Hitler, Daladier, and interpretor Schmidt, Munich Conference, Germany, 29 Sep 1938
Mussolini, Hitler, and Chamberlain at the Munich Conference, Germany, 29 Sep 1938; the man between Hitler and Chamberlain was Hitler's interpreter Paul Otto Gustav SchmidtMussolini, Hitler, Daladier, and interpretor Schmidt, Munich Conference, Germany, 29 Sep 1938
Neville Chamberlain and Benito Mussolini at the Führerbau building in München, Germany, 19 Sep 1938, photo 2 of 2Neville Chamberlain and Joachim von Ribbentrop, Munich, Germany, 29 Sep 1938
Neville Chamberlain and Benito Mussolini at the Führerbau building in München, Germany, 19 Sep 1938, photo 2 of 2Neville Chamberlain and Joachim von Ribbentrop, Munich, Germany, 29 Sep 1938
Prime Minister Chamberlain, Prime Minister Daladier, and Ambassador Francois-Poncet departing from Munich Conference after the agreement was reached, Germany, 29 Sep 1938
Prime Minister Chamberlain, Prime Minister Daladier, and Ambassador Francois-Poncet departing from Munich Conference after the agreement was reached, Germany, 29 Sep 1938

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