What Happened To The Sudetenland As A Result Of The Munich Agreement
The plebiscite to give it control of the regions where the Sudeten Germans are in the minority was used by means of the referendum (which was rejected according to the Anglo-French proposals). Did Mr Chamberlain and Mr Daladier ask Hitler what the referendum was and how, without intimidation, he could hope for a German majority of Sudetenland in regions where, as you know, they are in the minority? Hitler`s elections and referendums offer many examples of how they can be manipulated. On 30.m September, 11 hours after the Czechoslovakian government agreed to the Munich terms, Poland issued an ultimatum to the Czechoslovakian government.  It demanded the immediate evacuation of Czechoslovakian troops and police and gave Prague until noon the next day. On 1 October at 11:45 a.m. .m. the Czechoslovak Foreign Ministry called the Polish ambassador in Prague to tell him that Poland could get what it wanted, but then asked for a 24-hour delay. On 2 October, the Polish army, under the command of General W. Bortnowski, annexed an area of 801.5 km2 with 227,399 inhabitants. The attached area was divided between Frysztat County and Cieszyn County.
 At the same time, Slovakia lost 10,390 km2 to Hungary, which has a population of 854,277. Six months later, in March 1939, German troops recaptured the rest of Czechoslovakia. Poland appeared to be the most likely victim of the Nazi aggression, and Chamberlain joined the Poles to defend them in Germany. Hitler did not believe that Britain would go to war with Poland after not doing so about Czechoslovakia. In September 1939, he sent his soldiers to Poland. On the same day, Britain declared war on Germany. Joseph Stalin was angry at the results of the Munich conference. On May 2, 1935, France and the Soviet Union signed the Franco-Soviet mutual aid treaty aimed at stemming the aggression of Nazi Germany.  The Soviets, who had a treaty of mutual military assistance with Czechoslovakia, felt betrayed by France, which also had a treaty of mutual military assistance with Czechoslovakia.  However, the British and French generally used the Soviets as a threat to swing over the Germans.
Stalin concluded that the West had actively agreed with Hitler to transfer a central European country to the Germans, causing fear that they would do the same in the future with the Soviet Union, which allowed the division of the USSR between Western nations. This conviction led the Soviet Union to steer its foreign policy towards a rapprochement with Germany, which eventually led to the signing of the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact in 1939.  An agreement was reached on September 29 and at approximately 1:30 a.m. .m.