Czechoslovak

  • (noun): A native or inhabitant of the former republic of Czechoslovakia.
    Synonyms: Czechoslovakian, Czech

Some articles on czechoslovak:

Luboš Dobrovský
... and politician of Jewish origin, former Czechoslovak Minister of Defence ... of Communist Party of Czechoslovakia and journalist of the Czechoslovak Radio between 1959 and 1968 ... Between October 1990 and June 1992 he was the Czechoslovak minister of defence ...
Czechoslovak Government-in-exile - Planning For The Future
... Beneš hoped for a restoration of the Czechoslovak state in its pre-Munich form after the anticipated Allied victory, a false hope ... Beneš determined to strengthen Czechoslovak security against future German aggression through alliances with Poland and the Soviet Union ... The Soviet Union, however, objected to a tripartite Czechoslovak-Polish-Soviet commitment ...
Czechoslovak War Cross 1939-1945
... The Czechoslovak War Cross 1939-1945 (Československý válečný kříž 1939-1945 in Czech) is a military decoration of the former state of Czechoslovakia which was issued for those ...
Staré Město (Šumperk District) - History
... After the establishment of the First Czechoslovak Republic in 1918, the town was strongly militarized in the interwar period due to its strategic position ... The Czechoslovak administration considered parts of the local German-speaking population as disloyal, wherefore public life was supervised by Czech officials and police ... This special regime caused strong anti-Czechoslovak moods, which increased after the Machtergreifung of the Nazi Party in Germany in 1933 and the rise of the Sudeten German Party under Konrad Henlein openly ...
Czechoslovakia–Soviet Union Relations - World War II
... government was the first who recognized the leaders of Czechoslovak resistance in London as the allied government and approved the formation of Czechoslovak armed forces from the refugees. 1944 to May 1945 the Red Army with joined Czechoslovak forces liberated most of the pre-Munich Czechoslovak territory, which was crowned by the ...