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June 1938

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On 1 June 1938, British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain told journalists that Sudeten Germans should be given more independence.

Ludwig Beck sent a message to Wehrmacht Army chief Walther von Brauchitsch on 3 June 1938, noting his concern that an invasion of Czechoslovakia would trigger military reaction by the allies, which would spell doom for Germany.

Ernst Udet claimed the 100 km closed circuit land plane speed record flying the Heinkel He 100 V2 aircraft on 5 June 1938.

Z15 Erich Steinbrinck Destroyer
Commissioned 8 June 1938

Adolf Hitler received an intelligence report on 9 June 1938, regarding Czechoslovakian weapons and defensive installations.

Z20 Karl Galster Destroyer
Launched 15 June 1938

Adolf Hitler on 18 June 1938, ensured the Wehrmacht general staff that there was no danger of a pre-emptive attack by the British over the matter of Czechoslovakia.


T7 Torpedo boat
Launched 18 June 1938

R29 R-boat
Launched 22 June 1938

T3 Torpedo boat
Launched 23 June 1938

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The Second Great War.
Edited by Sir John Hamilton

The War Illustrated.
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2194 Days Of War.
ISBN-10: 086136614X

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