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*  Czechoslovakia
1918-1920: Republic of Czechoslovakia (abbreviated RČS)/Czecho-Slovak State, or Czecho-Slovakia/Czechoslovakia 1920-1938: ... "Czechoslovakia" English/Czech: Orders and Medals of Czechoslovakia including Order of the White Lion Czechoslovakia by ... Jazz in dissident Czechoslovakia List of people on stamps of Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia stamp reused by Slovak Republic ... Border changes after the creation of Czechoslovakia Interwar Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia after Munich Agreement. ...
*  Czechoslovakia 1968
... is a 1969 short documentary film about the "Prague Spring", the Russian invasion of Czechoslovakia. The ... The USIA was abolished in 1998.[citation needed] List of American films of 1969 "NY Times: Czechoslovakia 1968". NY Times. ... obtained a copy of Czechoslovakia 1968 to show on New York television stations. The chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations ...
*  Czechoslovakia (band)
Czechoslovakia is a Norwegian duo based in Stavanger, Norway. Their musical style is described as dreamy, electronica pop with ... Czechoslovakia consists of singer and composer Tore Meberg and producer Edvard Brygfjeld. Musically they come from very ... ". "NRK P3: Ukas Urørt (U12) Czechoslovakia". Official website (in English) Facebook fan page (in English) Czechoslovakia on ... Czechoslovakia". "NRK P3 Urørt". "mySpace: elak". "Stavanger Aftenblad: Musikken fra "Himmelblå"". "Stavanger Aftenblad: Urørt ...
*  Normalization (Czechoslovakia)
Warsaw Pact invasion of Czechoslovakia Brezhnev stagnation History of Czechoslovakia (1948-1989) This article incorporates ... Externally, Czechoslovakia struggled to find a suitable response to the changes introduced by the new leadership in Moscow ... Czechoslovakia's initial (1985-1987) response to the reformist trends in the Soviet Union focused on voicing public support for ... Finally, Husák stabilized Czechoslovakia's relations with its allies by arranging frequent intrabloc exchanges and visits and ...
*  Kameradschaftsbund (Czechoslovakia)
The Kameradschaftsbund (KB) was a Völkisch organization, founded in 1920s Czechoslovakia. It was a meeting ground of Sudeten ...
*  Spartakiad (Czechoslovakia)
The Spartakiads or Spartakiades in Czechoslovakia (Czech: Spartakiáda, Slovak: Spartakiáda) were mass gymnastics events, ... designed to celebrate the Red Army's liberation of Czechoslovakia in 1945. They were organised by the Communist government as a ...
*  National Unification (Czechoslovakia)
After German occupation of Czechoslovakia, party was merged into Party of National Unity. Fic, Vladimír. Národní sjednocení a ... Leff, Carol Skalnik (1988). National Conflict in Czechoslovakia: The Making and Remaking of a State, 1918-1987. Princeton, New ... The National Unification (Czech: Národní sjednocení) was a political party created on 27 October 1934 in Czechoslovakia. The ...
*  Dissolution of Czechoslovakia
Czechoslovakia Breaks in Two, To Wide Regret, The New York Times, January 1, 1993 Musil, Jiri (1995). The End of Czechoslovakia ... Czechoslovakia was created with the dissolution of Austria-Hungary at the end of World War I. In 1917, a meeting took place in ... Czechoslovakia is the only former socialist state to have an entirely peaceful breakup. A number of reasons are given for the ... In the former Czechoslovakia, the first television channel was a federal one and the Czech and Slovak languages were used in ...
*  Tanks of Czechoslovakia
The remainder of "rump" Czechoslovakia was renamed Czecho-Slovakia and included a greater degree of Slovak political autonomy. ... The British Carden-Lloyd Tankette's Czechoslovakia had acquired led to the Czechoslovakia designed tank, the Tančík vz. 33 ... 33 by Czechoslovakia, but S-1d version armed with 47 mm gun built for Yugoslavia. Tank portal History of the tank List of ... After Czechoslovakia was taken over by Germany, it was adopted by the German Army, seeing service in the invasions of Poland, ...
*  Federal Assembly (Czechoslovakia)
It was Czechoslovakia's highest legislative institution. Chapter 3 of the 1960 Constitution of Czechoslovakia recognized it as ... Czechoslovakia) List of Speakers of the Chamber of the People (Czechoslovakia) List of Chairmen of the National Assembly of ... 1992 List of Presidents of the Senate of Czechoslovakia List of Speakers of the Chamber of Deputies of Czechoslovakia List of ... was the federal parliament of Czechoslovakia from January 1, 1969 to the dissolution of Czechoslovakia on December 31, 1992. ...
*  Freedom Train (Czechoslovakia)
Ruml asked them to conceal his identity in order to protect family members still in Czechoslovakia. After a month, the group of ... While they were discussing whether to stay or go back to Czechoslovakia, a jeep approached from the German direction. The train ... In response, the Communist regime in Czechoslovakia organized trials of the people involved in the incident and other groups ... the diversion of the train across the heavily policed border between Czechoslovakia and the American-occupied zone of Germany ...
*  Transport in Czechoslovakia
Czechoslovakia had an ocean fleet of about 47 cargo ships. The fleet was dissolved and privatized by communist crook Kožený ... Czechoslovakia was one of Europe's major transit countries for north-south movement. In 1985, there was: a highly developed ... Czechoslovakia had its own fleet and chartered vessels for international cargo. Main river ports Prague, Bratislava, Decin and ... The Labe and Danube rivers were both navigable in Czechoslovakia. In the 1980s, the Vltava was carrying increasing amounts of ...
*  Football in Czechoslovakia
... was one of the most popular sports. The Czechs were a soccer world power in the 20th Century with ... "Euro 2016: Yugoslavia 1976: Panenka's penalty gives Czechoslovakia the title - MARCA English". Marca.com. Retrieved 28 November ...
*  Religion in Czechoslovakia
Czechoslovakia entered the communist era with a varied religious heritage. There were nine major creeds listed in its censuses ... The Orthodox had been a distinct minority in Czechoslovakia, but Orthodox priests took over parishes as the Uniate clergy were ... In the 1970s, the situation of religious groups in Czechoslovakia again deteriorated. The Roman Catholic Church, under the ... lacked a constituency in Czechoslovakia. Nonetheless, clericalism acted on "instructions of the church and clerical centers in ...
*  National Front (Czechoslovakia)
At the end of World War II, Czechoslovakia was included in the sphere of influence of the Soviet Union. Postwar Czechoslovakia ... During the Communist era in Czechoslovakia (1948-1989) it was the vehicle for control of all political and social activity by ... As World War II began, Czechoslovakia disappeared from the map of Europe. The Czech lands became the Protectorate of Bohemia ... The CPC definitively seized power in Czechoslovakia on 25 February 1948. The other parties were quickly purged of their more ...
*  History of Czechoslovakia
After 1933, Czechoslovakia remained the only democracy in central and eastern Europe. Although Czechoslovakia was the only ... Czechoslovakia, 1918-88. Seventy Years from Independence (1991) Lukes, Igor. 'Czechoslovakia between Stalin and Hitler', Oxford ... Czechoslovakia: The State That Failed' 2009 ISBN 0-300-14147-5 Skilling Gordon. 'Czechoslovakia's Interrupted Revolution', ... Czechoslovakia before Munich (1973). Cabada, Ladislav, and Sarka Waisova, Czechoslovakia and the Czech Republic in World ...
*  Origins of Czechoslovakia
The creation of Czechoslovakia in 1918 was the culmination of the long struggle of the Czechs against their Austrian rulers and ... Only during the war did the idea of an independent Czecho-Slovakia emerge. At the outbreak of World War I, the Czechs and ... to western Europe and began propagating the idea that the Austro-Hungarian Empire should be dismembered and that Czechoslovakia ...
*  Czechoslovakia-Norway relations
... refers to the foreign relations between Norway and the now-defunct state Czechoslovakia. Norway ... Czechoslovakia was annexed by Germany in 1938-1939, and had an anti-German government-in-exile during the Second World War. On ... Foreign relations of Czechoslovakia Foreign relations of Norway Hannevik, Arne. "Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson". In Helle, Knut. Norsk ... Czechoslovakia became independent from the Austro-Hungarian Empire in 1918. The Norwegian poet, playwright and political ...
*  Education in Czechoslovakia
This article is part of the main article: Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia (and its succession states) had a tradition of academic ... Perhaps in no other aspect of public life did Czechoslovakia more effectively address the disparities among Czechs, Slovaks, ... Despite regional and ethnic imbalances, Czechoslovakia entered the Communist era with a literate, even highly educated, ... After the 'Velvet Revolution' in 1989 the education system in Czechoslovakia underwent transformative changes. Democratisation ...
*  Jazz in Czechoslovakia
Czechoslovakia's jazz roots were established by Jaroslav Ježek and Rudolf Antonín Dvorský in the 1920s and 1930s. Ježek's ... After the invasion of Czechoslovakia by the Nazis, however, jazz was banned and it was not until 1947 when the Australian jazz ... As the cultural scene in Czechoslovakia heated up, the jazz scene expanded along with it. In 1964, the First Prague ... "you cannot really hold such things in Czechoslovakia when Gorbachev is in Moscow releasing Andrei Sakharov and other people. So ...
*  Elections in Czechoslovakia
In Czechoslovakia the first parliamentary elections to the National Assembly were held in 1920, two years after the country ... After the German occupation of Czechoslovakia in 1938, political parties suspended the democratic elements of elections. In the ... the victorious parties initiated the dissolution of Czechoslovakia, which took place on 1 January 1993. Edited by Keith Sword ...
*  Constitution of Czechoslovakia
The constitutions of Czechoslovakia were in use from 1918 to the dissolution of the state in 1992. The first constitution was ... The former country of Czechoslovakia had several constitutions, as described in the following articles: 1918 Constitution of ... 1948 1960 Constitution of Czechoslovakia Constitutional Law of Federation, 1968 Constitution of the Czech Republic Constitution ... Czechoslovakia (provisional) Czechoslovak Constitution of 1920 Ninth-of-May Constitution, ...
*  Demographics of Czechoslovakia
For details on ethnic groups see also: History of Czechoslovakia (1918-1938) History of Czechoslovakia (1948-1989) Religious ... Czechoslovakia's ethnic composition in 1987 offered a stark contrast to that of the First Republic (see History). The Sudeten ... 175,244 Czechoslovakia remained essentially a society of small cities and towns, in which about 65% of the population were ...
*  Partition of Czechoslovakia
... may refer to: German occupation of Czechoslovakia Munich Agreement First Vienna Award Dissolution ...
*  Czechoslovakia-Poland relations
After 1993 Czechoslovakia was split into the Czech Republic and Slovakia, and Poland-Czechoslovakia relations were replaced by ... "Czechoslovakia - Others". Country-data.com. 1943-06-06. Retrieved 2016-01-01. Czechoslovakia: Relations with Communist Nations ... Igor Lukes, Czechoslovakia between Stalin and Hitler: The Diplomacy of Edvard Benes in the 1930s (1996) p 45 Zara S Steiner ( ... Czechoslovakia gained independence in the aftermath of World War I, as Austria-Hungary fell apart, just as Poland regained ...