After the events of May and the phantom invasion and Czechoslovakian mobilization, the overall vibe in the area was tense. It also had a real effect on many governmental ministers all over Europe as for the first time in 20 years they had been pushed to what felt like the brink of a European wide war.
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- Appeasement: Chamberlain, Hitler, Churchill and the Road to War by Tim Bouverie
- Daladier and the Munich Crisis: A Reappraisal by Susan Bindoff Butterworth (1974)
- Fighting Churchill, Appeasing Hitler by Adrian Phillips
- Munich, 1938: Appeasement and World War II by Faber, David
- Appeasement and Germany’s Last Bid for Colonies by Andrew J. Crozier
- Appeasement in Crisis: From Munich to Prague, October 1938-March 1939 by David Gillard
- ‘We Must Push Eastwards!’ The Challenges and Dilemmas of President Benes after Munich by Milan Hauner
- Beyond Appeasement: Interpreting Interwar Peace Movements in World Politics by Cecelia Lynch
- The Origins of Munich: British Policy in Danubian Europe, 1933-1937 by Michael Newman
- The Czechoslovak Partial Mobilization in May 1938: A Mystery (almost) Solved by Igor Lukes
- The Ghosts of Appeasement: Britain and the Legacy of the Munich Agreement by R. Gerald Hughes
- Stalin and Benes at the end of September 1938: New Evidence from the Prague Archives by Igor Lukes (1993)
- The United States, Britain and Appeasement 1936-1939 by C.A. MacDonald
- Voices of the Munich Pact by Kate McLoughlin