Did You Know?
In March 1939, Adolf Hitler asked Emil Hacha, President of Czechoslovakia (30 November 1938 - 13 May 1945), to Berlin for talks. Before a night meeting with Hitler and Hermann Goering on 14 March 1939, Hacha was humiliated by being kept waiting. Hitler was watching "Ein Hoffnungsloser Fall" (reported in "The Nazis: A Warning from History" (1997)). During the actual meeting, Hacha was threatened with aerial bombardment of Prague and forced to sign a document accepting of incorporation of Bohemia and Moravia into Germany. See more