Czechoslovakia–Soviet Union Relations

Czechoslovakia–Soviet Union relations refers to the foreign relations between the former states of Czechoslovakia and the Soviet Union.

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Czechoslovakia–Soviet Union Relations - Communist Regime
... After the war the Soviet Union enjoyed a huge credit of the Liberator of Czechoslovakia and had strong influence on Czechoslovak foreign policy and on the rising power of Czechoslovak Communist Party ... stop the rise of Communist and to keep the friendship of Soviet Union, which was widely regarded as the only prevention of future German aggression ... and the motto Se Sovětským svazem na věčné časy! (With Soviet Union forever!) represented the essence of the communist's policy ...

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