Article 6

Czechoslovakia proposes that a new article be inserted after Article 6, to run as follows:

“Wherever the date April 10th, 1941, figures in the present treaty, or where it is a question of the commencement of the state of war, the date November 2nd, 1938, is to apply in relations with Czechoslovakia.”


As a result of the Vienna Award of November 2nd, 1938, part of Czechoslovakia was occupied by Hungary. From the date onwards she considers that a state of war existed between herself and Hungary, and is necessary that this fact should receive political expression in the peace treaty.