On September 22, 1938, Hitler demanded the immediate cession of Czechoslovakia's territory, the Sudetenland, to Germany and the evacuation of the Czechoslovak population by the end of the month.
The next day, Czechoslovakia ordered troop mobilization. War seemed imminent, and France even began a partial mobilization on September 24. The British Prime minister Nevile Chamberlain and French Prime Minister Daladier, unprepared for the outbreak of hostilities, in a last-minute
Following the start of the pandemic, governments around the world quickly mandated the use of face disposable masks in public spaces. This led to a massive demand shock, prompting factories to begin producing disposable masks at full capacity. The majority of these masks were produced in China, and in April 2020, the country reported a staggering daily production figure of 450 million masks.
Of the estimated 52 billion masks manufactured globally in 2020, it's believed 1.5
On September 1, 1939, Germany invaded Poland and started WW2.
The common misconception about the German invasion of Poland is that Germany basically rolled over Poland, which was helpless and unable to defend itself while Great Britain and France are remembered for having declared war on Germany and standing by their Polish ally.
Nothing could be further from the truth. The whole strategy of Poland in 1939 was based on the fact that the UK and France, which had signed de