London, FridayThe Munich agreement gives Hitler everything he wants (first), except that it may not allow him to get it as quickly as he would have done under Godesberg`s unbridled ultimatum. He will begin the invasion of Czechoslovakia tomorrow, just as he threatened in his speech on 12 September. He was free to quickly occupy all the regions where Sudeten Germans were in the majority. In December 1938, Sudetenland was the most pro-Nazi region in the Empire, with half a million Sudeten Germans as members. Daladier was convinced that the agreement would not appease the Nazis and that disaster would still occur, while Chamberlain thought there was reason to rejoice, falsely convinced that he had achieved peace. The day after the agreement was signed, Germany recaptured the Sudetenland. The Czechoslovaks do not take revenge. On the 15th  Later in the evening, Hitler worried that he had gone too far to put pressure on Chamberlain and called the suite of Chamberlain`s hotel to say that he would agree to annex only the Sudetenland without any plans in other areas, provided that Czechoslovakia began to evacuate the ethnic Czechs from the German majority by September 26 at 8:00 a.m. . . .
How Did Czechoslovakia Feel About The Munich Agreement