How was Czechoslovakia affected after the signing of the Munich pact?
(2 marks) Ans. The independent state of Czechoslovakia, which was created after the First World War, was dismembered with the signing of the Munich Pact on September 29, 1938. The German claim over Sudenteland, a part of the Czech territory, was accepted. The Czech lost their independence as England, France, Italy, and Germany jointly took responsibility of security of Czechoslovakia. Q.18. Why is the battle of Stalingrad considered important in the history of the Second World War? Explain. (5 marks) Ans. the battle of Stalingrad was fought between Russia and Germany on Russian territory. It is an important battle in the history of the Second World War as it marked the defeat of Germany as well as the defeat of Hitler and his Nazi party. The events, which led to the battle of Stalingrad, are as follows. Hitler had signed a non- aggression treaty with Russia in August 1939 AD. But, he had no faith in Russia and considered her as a vital threat to Nazi Germany. He also had Imperial desig