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Correspondence respecting Czechoslovakia (1938 Parliamentary Paper)

£14.99

Product description

This official document was presented by the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs to Parliament by command of His Majesty in September 1938. It was printed and published by His Majesty's Stationary Office. This document in particular, is miscellaneous No.7 suggesting there is a collection of documents. The contents outlines major political events which occurred in 1938 such as the letter from the Reichschancellor to the Prime Minister of September 23, 1938. This is a very important historical document linked to WW2 and will be of great interest to anyone interested in the history of the period. The document consists of 22 pages and on the final page there is an extendible map which is a sketch based on the map annexed to the Memorandum handed to the Prime Minister by the Reichschancellor on September 23, 1938. This document is very delicate as it has no cover and the pages are bound by a few staplers. However, the document is in excellent condition.

Item details

Condition:
Used: good
Period:
1938
Type:
Document

About this item

This official document was presented by the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs to Parliament by command of His Majesty in September 1938. It was printed and published by His Majesty's Stationary Office. This document in particular, is miscellaneous No.7 suggesting there is a collection of documents. The contents outlines major political events which occurred in 1938 such as the letter from the Reichschancellor to the Prime Minister of September 23, 1938. This is a very important historical document linked to WW2 and will be of great interest to anyone interested in the history of the period. The document consists of 22 pages and on the final page there is an extendible map which is a sketch based on the map annexed to the Memorandum handed to the Prime Minister by the Reichschancellor on September 23, 1938. This document is very delicate as it has no cover and the pages are bound by a few staplers. However, the document is in excellent condition.

Condition:
Used: good
Period:
1938
Type:
Document

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