Edouard Daladier (1884-1970) was a French Radical politician.
As prime minister (1938-March 1940), he was largely responsible both for the Munich Agreement (by which the Sudeten districts of Czeckoslovakia were ceded to Germany) and France's declaration of war on Germany.
Arrested on the fall of France, he was a prisoner in Germany 1943-1945. He was re-elected to the Chamber of Deputies 1946-1958.
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Edouard Daladier the Prime Minister of France at the start of the World War II.