The Treaty of Prague (11 December 1973)

On 11 December 1973, in Prague, the Federal Republic of Germany and Czechoslovakia sign a treaty in which the two States recognise each other diplomatically and declare the 1938 Munich Agreements to be null and void by acknowledging the inviolability of their common borders and abandoning all territorial claims.

Source and copyright

Source: United States-Department of State. Documents on Germany 1944-1985. Washington: Department of State, [s.d.]. 1421 p. (Department of State Publication 9446). p. 1256-1258.

Copyright: United States of America Department of State

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