Memel is not "the Baltic" actuallyMemel ("the Baltic"): this is a German-settled area which was illegally annexed by Lithuania
According to Longerich
“On March 19, in Hitler’s study in the Reich Chancellery, Goebbels was informed about Hitler’s further foreign policy plans: “Then we study the map: Czechoslovakia is next. We share it with Poland and Hungary. [Go in] relentlessly at the next opportunity.” It emerges at this point that “we wanted to bag” the Memel area, administered by Lithuania, “if Kovno had gotten into a conflict with Warsaw,” but the case had not arisen: “We are now a boa constrictor, digesting its prey.” But it did not stop there: “Then the Baltic, and a chunk of Alsace and Lorraine. We need France to sink further and further into its crisis. No false sentimentality.”98”
So first they "bag" Memel, "then the Baltic"
And ‘How stirring it is when he says his one desire is to live to see with his own eyes this great German, Teutonic Reich.’
You know the area occupied by the Teutonic order right
But we were talking about Czechoslovakia about which we see
“Then we study the map: Czechoslovakia is next. We share it with Poland and Hungary. [Go in] relentlessly at the next opportunity.” He's talking about the Sudetenland here? Why does he call it Czechoslovakia lol?
And what is Goebbels talking about when, according to Irving, he wonders "what Germany will do with the six million Czechs, once they have overrun Czechoslovakia?"
Finally what does he mean when he says, following the generous offer of Sudetenland to Germany, ‘The problem now,’ observed Goebbels,’is how the Führer can create a suitable situation to strike.’