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Synonyms for Czechoslovak

a native or inhabitant of the former republic of Czechoslovakia

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25) As one Czech intelligence report related in July 1945, the public was frustrated by not knowing which of the armed groups roaming the cities and countryside were legitimate representatives of the Czechoslovak government.
Vanslov's book Reflection of Reality in Music was published in Slovak translation, evidently the very first text to have presented to the Czechoslovak readers an attempt to apply the Leninist-Stalinist "reflection theory" to music.
1) The State is positioned as alarmed by the effects of violent and sexual material on Czechoslovak audiences, and out of touch with a new medium (Anon.
Months earlier, the Czechoslovak Zionist sport organization Makabi CSR (Maccabi Czechoslovakia, hereafter Maccabi) had announced that its athletes would not participate in the Berlin Games.
This was the Gentle, Joyful, Merry, or Velvet revolution that inspired so many Czechoslovak citizens in late 1989 but was later claimed by many Czechs and Slovaks to have been "stolen" from idealists or "corrupted" by professional politicians.
It was one day after the fall of the Berlin Wall and one week before the student demonstration in Prague, which set off so called Czechoslovak Velvet Revolution.
The topics include Kosovo as a memorial site and its importance for the collective memory of the Serbs, discourses on the Wandering Jew in fin de siecle Germany and Austria, proposing a comparative study of audiovisual performance practices in Austria and the US, the everyday life of prisoners and the preservation of their moral integrity in the Czechoslovak and East German prisons after the Second World War, and Reagan shooting himself in the foot in the transatlantic dispute over the Soviet-West European gas pipeline during the 1980s.
In 1981, Kozak won the Czechoslovak footballer of the year title.
It is a three-part miniseries created for HBO by Polish director Agnieszka Holland that reconstructs the story that has left a deep mark on the Czechoslovak society and, more broadly, in all the countries of Eastern Europe.
8 billion), if they prove it was confiscated from them after the Czechoslovak communist coup in 1948.
Faculty of Charles University to commemorate the anniversary of the independence of the Czechoslovak Republic was suppressed by the Nazi authorities in Czechoslovakia.
Have scooped six Slovak championships and eight Czechoslovak First League crowns in their history.
Independence: The Czech Republic was established January 1, 1993 (former Czechoslovak state established 1918).