Why weren't the Czechs invited to take part in the Munich Conference?

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The Czech president, Benes, was prepared for war in case Germany launched an offensive. He had already taken steps to secure military support by approaching the USSR, France and Britain. These nations agreed to support Czechoslovakia in the event that Germany declared war against it. In fact, the USSR guaranteed Czechoslovakia the support with the others nation’s support being dependent on the others’. It is no wonder that the Soviet Union was not invited to the Munich conference as well. Even though these nations had pledged to offer military support to Czechoslovakia, none of them wanted war....

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