The "Munich Agreement"

September 2, 1938: Hitler and Konrad Henlein on the terrace of the Berghof.

In the "Munich Agreement" of September 29, 1938, Czechoslovakia was forced to cede the Sudeten Regions to Germany. Konrad Henlein, the leader of the Sudeten German Party, received instructions from Hitler during a visit to the Berghof on how he should proceed. Prior to these events the British Prime Minister Chamberlain had visited Hitler at the Berghof in an attempt to achieve a peaceful solution to the Sudeten crisis.