To pacify, by satisfying demands. OED I presume you are referring to the Munich agreement. Agreement concluded at Munich, September 29,between Germany, Great Britain, France and Italy GERMANY, the United Kingdom, France and Italy, taking into consideration the agreement, which has been already reached in principle for the cession to Germany of the Sudeten German territory, have agreed on the following terms and conditions governing the said cession and the measures consequent thereon, and by this agreement they each hold themselves responsible for the steps necessary to secure its fulfilment: The four territories marked on the attached map will be occupied by German troops in the following order:
Early life and political career — [ edit ] Childhood and businessman[ edit ] Joseph Chamberlain seated and Austen ChamberlainChamberlain was born on 18 March in a house called Southbourne in the Edgbaston district of Birmingham.
Joseph Chamberlain had had another son, Austen Chamberlainby his first marriage. The two had a son and a daughter. The Liberal Unionists were allied with the Conservatives and later merged with them  under the name "Unionist Party", which in became known as the "Conservative and Unionist Party".
Chamberlain was made chairman of the Town Planning Committee. The start of war in prevented implementation of his plans. As a Lord Mayor in wartime, Chamberlain had a huge burden of work and he insisted that his councillors and officials work equally hard.
Rise of Neville Chamberlain portrait of Chamberlain by William Orpen Chamberlain threw himself into parliamentary work, begrudging the times when he was unable to attend debates and spending much time on committee work.
He was chairman of the national Unhealthy Areas Committee —21  and in that role, had visited the slums of London, Birmingham, Leeds, Liverpool and Cardiff. He immediately resigned, and was replaced by Chancellor of the Exchequer Stanley Baldwin.
Ramsay MacDonald became the first Labour Prime Minister, but the Labour government fell within months, necessitating another general election.
By a margin of only 77 votes, Chamberlain narrowly defeated Labour candidate Oswald Mosley who later led the British Union of Fascists. Before he left office in21 of the 25 bills had passed into law.
Many of the Boards were controlled by Labour, and such Boards had defied the government by distributing relief funds to the able-bodied unemployed.
Chamberlain spoke in the Commons for two and a half hours on the second reading of the Bill, and when he concluded he was applauded by all parties.
The Bill passed into law. Baldwin and his government resigned and Labour leader Ramsay MacDonald — took office. He maintained the severe budget cuts that had been agreed at the inception of the National Government.
Between andChamberlain halved the percentage of the budget devoted to interest on the war debt. The Conference came to nothing. US President Franklin Roosevelt sent word that he would not consider any war debt cancellation.
He told the Commons "We have now finished the story of Bleak House and are sitting down this afternoon to enjoy the first chapter of Great Expectations.Four scientists have won prestigious medical awards for genetics research and development of a widely used anesthetic nicknamed "milk of amnesia.".
Sep 30, · In the early hours of Sept. 30, , leaders of Nazi Germany, Great Britain, France and Italy signed an agreement that allowed the Nazis to annex the Sudetenland, a region of Czechoslovakia that was home to many ethnic Germans.
The Munich Agreement was put in place towards the end of It was an agreement between Germany, France, Great Britain, Italy and France. The agreement was to allow Germany to takeover Sudetenland in Czechoslovakia%(4).
Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain arrives in London holding the Munich Agreement signed by Germany, France, Great Britain, and Italy in Munich.
If all would have held true "Peace in our time!" would have been one of the greatest quotes ever uttered. Which four countries took part in the Munich Conference in ?
A. Italy, France, Great Britain, and Germany B. Great Britain, Czechoslovakia, Italy, and France4/4(2). Agreement concluded at Munich between Germany, Great Britain, France and Italy.
(29 September ; English translation) Diplomatic Documents (French Yellow Book) Papers relative to the events and negotiations which preceded the opening of hostilities between Germany on the one hand, and Poland, Great Britain and France on the other hand.