Official NamesSee also: Hyphen War
- 1918 - 1920: Republic of Czechoslovakia (abbreviated RČS)/Czecho-Slovak State, or Czecho-Slovakia/Czechoslovakia.
- 1920 - 1938: Czechoslovak Republic (ČSR), or Czechoslovakia.
- 1938 - 1939: Czecho-Slovak Republic, or Czecho-Slovakia.
- 1945 - 1960: Czechoslovak Republic (ČSR), or Czechoslovakia.
- 1960 - 1990: Czechoslovak Socialist Republic (ČSSR), or Czechoslovakia.
- April 1990: Czechoslovak Federal Republic (Czech version) and Czecho-Slovak Federative Republic (Slovak version).
- The country subsequently became the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic, ČSFR, or Československo (Czech version) and Česko-Slovensko (Slovak version).
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