Mobilisace Broadsheets Praha-SudetenlandWhen Adolph Hitler’s demands at the Godesberg summit went further than Great Britain and France could stomach, the governments of both countries formally advised Czechoslovak president Edvard Beneš that they could no longer argue against fully mobilizing the army in defense against Germany. On September 24, 1938 the order calling up reservists was met with great enthusiasm by the public. In all, 1,250,000 men joined their regiments within 48 hours.