I asked Hitler one in the morning, while we were waiting for the cartoonists, if he was going to see me for another conversation…. I had a very friendly and pleasant conversation about Spain (where he also said that he had never had any territorial ambitions), economic relations with S.E. Europe and disarmament. I did not mention colonies, nor did he. At the end, I pulled out the statement I had prepared before, and asked if he was going to sign it. When the interpreter translated the words into German, Hitler said yes, I will certainly sign it. When are we going to do this? I said „now“ and we immediately went to the office and put our signatures on the two copies I had brought.“ [Citation required] On 13 September, after the arrival of violence and internal unrest in Czechoslovakia, Chamberlain asked Hitler to meet face-to-face to find a solution to avoid war.  Chamberlain arrived in Germany on 15 September by plane, then came to Hitler`s residence in Berchtesgaden for a meeting.  Henlein flew to Germany on the same day.
 On that day, Hitler and Chamberlain held talks in which Hitler insisted that the Sudeten Germans should be able to exercise the right to national self-determination and join the Sudetenland with Germany. Hitler also expressed his concern to Chamberlain about what he considered British „threats.“  Chamberlain replied that he had not made „threats“ and asked Hitler, frustrated: „Why did I come here to waste my time?“  Hitler replied that if Chamberlain was willing to accept the self-determination of the Sudeten Germans, he would be willing to discuss it.  Chamberlain and Hitler had three hours of discussions, and the meeting was interrupted. Chamberlain returned to the UK and met with his firm to discuss the matter.  In May 1938, it was known that Hitler and his generals were drawing up a plan for the occupation of Czechoslovakia. The Czechoslovakians needed military help from France, with which they had an alliance. The Soviet Union also had a treaty with Czechoslovakia, and it expressed its willingness to cooperate with France and Great Britain when it decided to come and defend Czechoslovakia, but the Soviet Union and its potential services were ignored throughout the crisis The British people were expecting an imminent war and Chamberlain`s „state-type gesture“ was first applauded. He was greeted as a hero by the royal family and invited to the balcony of Buckingham Palace before submitting the agreement to the British Parliament.
The general positive reaction quickly re-established despite the royal patronage. However, there was resistance from the beginning. Clement Attlee and labor rejected the deal in alliance with the two Conservative MPs Duff Cooper and Vyvyan Adams, who until then had been seen as a hard and reactionary element in the Conservative party.