Czechoslovakia: Anvil of the Cold War

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principles." Once again, on October 22nd, he went into exile to work for his country's liberation and restoration. He soon issued an organizing proclamation for the future: "Before the conscience of the world and before history, I... proclaim that the Czechs and Slovaks will never accept this unbearable imposition on their sacred rights... They will never cease their struggles until these rights are reinstated for this beloved country."85


NOTES
1.
Fahrquahr, Bucharest, September 9, 1938, repeated to Paris, Berlin, Warsaw, Moscow, and Prague, FO 371/v. 21776, p. 160.
2.
Jiri Hochman, The Soviet Union and the Failure of Collective Security ( Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press. 1984), pp. 75-77.
3.
Viscount Chilston, Moscow, September 17, 1938, FO 371/v. 21776, pp. 252- 53. Italics added.
4.
Kennard, British Ambassador, Warsaw, to Foreign Office, September 10, 1938, FO 371/v. 21776, pp. 175-77.
5.
Phipps, Paris, to Foreign Office, September 23, 1938, FO 371/v. 21777, p. 62.
6.
British Embassy, Warsaw, September 1, 1938, FO 371/v. 21809, p. 203.
7.
A. Noble at Foreign Office, September 13, 1938, FO 371/v. 22353, p. 1.
8.
Strang, Foreign Office Minute, September 15, 1938, FO 371/v. 21777, p. 17.
9.
N. Charles, Rome, September 18, 1938, FO 371/v. 21782, p. 302.
10.
Phipps, Paris, September 16, 1938, FO 800/v. 311, pp. 77-80.
11.
Foreign Office to Commonwealth, September 17, 1938, secret, FO 371/v. 21777, p. 183.
12.
Basil Newton, Prague, September 16, 1938, FO 371/v. 21774.
13.
Newton, September 12, 1938, FO 371/v. 21740.
14.
Duroselle, La Décadence ( Paris: Imprimerie Nationale, 1979), p. 345.
15.
Report on PM's visit to Germany, Cabinet Minutes, CAB 24, pp. 6-9.
17.
Lord Runciman, FO 800/305, p. 61.
18.
Duroselle, La Décadence, p. 346.
24.
Foreign Office to Delegation to Geneva, September 19, 1938, secret, FO 371/v. 21777.
25.
Duroselle, La Décadence, p. 346.

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