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Synonyms for Czechoslovakian

a native or inhabitant of the former republic of Czechoslovakia

of or relating to Czechoslovakia or its people or their language


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It was a Czechoslovakian pilot in a Spitfire who crashed and fair play to him," he said.
1922: Czechoslovakian athlete Emil Zatopek was born.
Freshly leaked images from a Czechoslovakian site named "Letem Svetem Applem" showcase the internal parts of the iPhone 6.
One of 13 children born to Czechoslovakian emigrants, Ragan is primarily a poet who has published eight books of verse and read at Carnegie Hall, the United Nations and Moscow's first International Poetry Festival.
Once at the fair their eyes will also be opened to the wealth of antiques on offer," Czechoslovakian, Mark Hill Publishing said organiser Dan Leyland from Clarion Events.
Antiques for Everyone runs from April 10-13 in Halls 17-19 and admission is PS15, including free car Czechoslovakian, glass expert Picture Mark parking, or PS12 in advance from the box office, telephone 0844 581 0827.
Several European exhibitors including Belgium's Agema, Czechoslovakian firms Arkon Flow Systems, Envi-Pur and Kralovopolska Slevarna are making their debut, thus boosting the event's international profile.
It was painted to coincide with the 45th anniversary of the crackdown in Prague, which put an end to the liberal policies of Czechoslovakian leader Alexander Dubcek.
Capkova (Modern Jewish History, Charles, NYU, Prague) explores identity formation among Czechoslovakian Jews in the post-emancipation and interwar period (late 19th and early 20th century before the World War II).
Requiem: Poems of the Terezin Ghetto depicts life in the Czechoslovakian concentration camp from 1941 to its liberation.
19 -- Vaclav Havel, the dissident playwright who led velvet revolution and became first post-communist Czechoslovakian president dies.
In 1945, near the end of the war, he was rounded up with other prisoners at a camp near the Czechoslovakian border and force marched westward to keep them from being freed by the Russians.
The Skoda case study is rather interesting, because the firm endured the Czechoslovakian democratic republic in the interbellum, the Nazi invasion, a short but intense revival of contact with the western countries after the Second World War, and finally fell into the Soviet system.
Romanian troops who were taking part in separate Operational Mentor and Liaison Team training and Czechoslovakian forces who were playing the role of a foreign military force in that training supported the POMLT situational training exercise lanes by establishing a cordon around a mock village.
THE tragedy of war was memorialised in Henry Jenning's film The Silent Visit which reflected on the 1942 Nazi obliteration of the Czechoslovakian village of Lidice.