Daladier believed that Hitler`s ultimate goals were a threat. At a meeting in late April 1938, he told the British that Hitler`s real long-term goal was “a domination of the continent against which Napoleon`s ambitions were weak.” He continued: “Today it is Czechoslovakia`s turn. Tomorrow it will be the turn of Poland and Romania. If Germany has received the oil and wheat it needs, it will light up the West. Certainly, we must step up our efforts to avoid wars. But this will not be done if Britain and France do not stick together, intervene in Prague for further concessions, while declaring that they will retain the independence of Czechoslovakia. On the contrary, if Western forces return to capitulating, they will only break out the war they want to avoid.  Perhaps discouraged by the arguments of military and civilian members of the French government about their fragile military and financial situation and traumatized by the bloodbath of France during the First World War, which he had personally witnessed, Daladier Chamberlain finally made his way. [Citation required] On his return to Paris, Daladier, who was expecting a hostile crowd, was cheered. [Citation required] The agreement was widely welcomed. French Prime Minister Daladier did not believe, as one scholar put it, that a European war was justified “to keep three million Germans under Czech sovereignty.” But the same is true for Alsace-Lorraine, unlike the alliance between France and Czechoslovakia against German aggression. Gallup Polls, in Britain, France and the United States, said the majority of the population supported the agreement.
In 1939, Czechoslovakian President Beneé was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize.  At that time, the non-intervention committee was formed to stop the agreement, but the dual trade between the Soviets and the Germans had already become evident.  The agreement also eliminated the need for a declaration of neutrality that would have given nationalists and republicans control of Neutrality in areas they controlled and which had little legal reputation.  In the United Kingdom, part of the argument was based on an excessive belief in the German and Italian will to war.  In both countries there was support for the plan, but in the United Kingdom, the Socialist Labour Party was strong for the left in France to want direct aid to the Republicans.   Labor rejected non-interference in October 1937.  The British Trades Union Congress was divided.  A report entitled Coommission of Inquiry on Alleged breaches of the Non-Intervention Agreement in Spain was written in London, sponsored by the Communist International and led by respectable figures.  Both the British and French governments were aware of the Second World War.  France depended on British aid in general. Leon Blum, the French Prime Minister, feared that outspoken support from the Republic would lead to a civil war and a fascist takeover in France and, ultimately, a change in Spain.
 Hitler turned to Czechoslovakia. Here, the situation was more complicated because France and Russia had contracts with Czechoslovakia. On 29 and 30 September 1938, Mussolini organized a conference of Germany, the United Kingdom, France and Italy in Munich. Germany was to occupy the Sudetenland in Czechoslovakia and British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain signed an Anglo-German friendship agreement with Hitler. Chamberlain returned to London and was apparently convinced that appeasement had satisfied Germany.