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and the western Soviet Union in the east. [ edit ] Official names 1918 - 1920: Republic of Czechoslovakia (abbreviated RČS)/ Czecho-Slovak State ;, [ 3 ] or Czecho-Slovakia Czechoslovakia . 1920 - 1938: Czechoslovak Republic (ČSR), or Czechoslovakia . 1938 - 1939: Czecho-Slovak

German occupation of Czechoslovakia print that page


Following the Anschluss of Nazi Germany and Austria , in March 1938, the conquest of Czechoslovakia became Hitler's next ambition. The incorporation of Sudetenland into Nazi Germany left the rest of Czechoslovakia weak and it became powerless to resist subsequent occupation. On 16 March

I Corps (Czechoslovakia) print that page


regiment 1st Czechoslovak mixed air division [ edit ] Combat history Monument I Corps Czechoslovakia in Wodzisław ( Silesia - Poland ) The Corps initially served within the 4th Ukrainian Front 's, 1st Guards Army . From September 4 1944 the Corps was reassigned to the 1st Ukrainian

Normalization (Czechoslovakia) print that page

In the history of Czechoslovakia , normalization is a name commonly given to the period 1969 to about 1987. It was characterized by initial restoration of the conditions prevailing before the reform period led by Alexander Dubček (1963/1967 - 1968) and subsequent preservation of this new

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Spartakiad (Czechoslovakia) print that page


The Spartakiads in Czechoslovakia were mass physical exercise events. They were arranged by the Communist government as a replacement of the Sokol gatherings disapproved by the regime. The Spartakiads took place at the Strahov Stadium , the same place as the last pre-war Sokol gathering

History of Czechoslovakia print that page


With the collapse of the Habsburg monarchy at the end of World War I , the independent country of Czechoslovakia [ 1 ] ( Czech , Slovak : Československo) was formed, encouraged by, among others, U.S. President Woodrow Wilson . The Czechs and Slovaks were not at the same level of economic

Warsaw Pact invasion of Czechoslovakia print that page


operation, codenamed Danube , varying estimates of between 175,000 and 500,000 troops [ 2 ] attacked Czechoslovakia ; approximately 500 Czechs and Slovaks were wounded and 108 killed in the invasion. [ 3 ] [ 4 ] The invasion successfully stopped the liberalization reforms and strengthened

History of Czechoslovakia (1948–1989) print that page


From the Communist coup d'état in February 1948 to the Velvet Revolution in 1989, Czechoslovakia was ruled by the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia (KSČ). The country belonged to the Eastern Bloc and was a member of the Warsaw Pact and of Comecon . During the Communist regime, thousands

History of Czechoslovakia (1918–1938) print that page


obstacles, the creation of Czechoslovak democracy was indeed a triumph. Initial authority within Czechoslovakia was assumed by the newly created National Assembly on November 14, 1918. Because territorial demarcations were uncertain and elections impossible, the provisional National Assembly

Dissolution of Czechoslovakia print that page

The dissolution of Czechoslovakia , which took effect on 1 January 1993 , was an event that saw the self-determined separation of the federal state of Czechoslovakia . The Czech Republic and Slovakia , entities which had arisen in 1969 within the framework of Czechoslovak federalisation

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