Foreign News: Hungarian Question

At the modernist Führerhaus ("Leader's House") in which the Munich Conference was held (TIME, Oct. 10), Adolf Hitler last week received the new Czechoslovak Foreign Minister Dr. Frantisek Chvalkovsky, who officially assured the Führer that "Czechoslovakia will assume a loyal attitude toward Germany."*

Dr. Chvalkovsky knew that in a nearby Munich hotel was waiting former Hungarian Premier Dr. Koloman Daranyi on a mission from Budapest to ask the Chancellor to "advise" Czechoslovakia to yield 8,000 square miles to Hungary—enough territory to pinch off the eastern end of Czechoslovakia and give Hungary & Poland a common frontier. The Hungarians had been offered 2,000...

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