1. Chamberlain was praised by many British people because they believed that the compromise with Adolf Hitler could reduce the risk of war in Europe. Moreover, this decision was supposed to guarantee lasting peace for the United Kingdom.

2. Chamberlain argued that Czechoslovakia should accept the terms of the Munich Agreement because it was allegedly the only way of saving this country from war and destruction. Furthermore, the surrender of the Sudetenland could ensure the security of this country. These arguments are not quite reasonable because Chamberlain did not identify any mechanisms that could prevent the Third Reich from attacking Czechoslovakia.

3. Chamberlain believed that the Munich Agreement would end the territorial claims of the Third Reich. Therefore, the British Empire could avoid military confrontations with Germany.