By Franz Simandl
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The day of the Times editorial brought other news which may have been related to that expression of opinion. The Sudetendeutsch leaders took the excuse of a not particularly dramatic incident at Mahrisch-Ostrau (Moravska Ostrava) to suspend negotiations with the Czech Government. Even then, the possibility of a settlement was not formally abandoned. Sudetendeutsch demands arising out of the incident were conceded, and discussions were resumed on I o September. About this time, the British Government received information which indicated that Hitler proposed to march into Czechoslovakia on some date between I8 and 29 September.
40 What approach, if any, was made to Lord Macmillan is obscure; but Runciman was certainly interviewed by Halifax on 29 June. 41 Runciman had served in Asquith's Liberal Government before the war; had sided with Asquith during the Liberal dissensions; had eventually become a Liberal National, and joined the National Government as President of the Board ofTrade in 1931. In May 1937, when Chamberlain became Premier, Runciman was only offered junior Cabinet rank. He was deeply upset at the affront, 42 and withdrew from the Government with a Viscountcy.
Henderson discovered from a confidential approach to the State Secretary (civil service head of the German Foreign Office) that his political superiors were unlikely to raise objections. Von Ribbentrop was at this time on holiday and allegedly unable to be contacted; the British did not in fact hear from him until they received a chilling letter more than three weeks later. 50 By a surely curious coincidence, Henlein and his deputy Frank were both also incommunicado in the latter part of July. While negotiations were still in this delicate and preliminary stage a press leak appeared in the News Chronicle- perhaps because the news had passed through Paris, perhaps as a result of the close links which some of the newspaper's journalists had with Czechoslovakia.
30 Etudes for the String Bass by Franz Simandl