Czechoslovakian


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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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Drawing from a deep well of harrowing and sublime experiences, he traces the arc of post-World War II Czechoslovakian history alongside his personal experiences in the underground Catholic priesthood.
The won the Coppa Citta di Venezia for Best Director in 1934, along with the other three Czechoslovakian films screened at that edition of the film festival.
In 1942, The Czech orthodox church provided shelter for Czechoslovakian parachutists, following the attack on Reinharda Heydrich.
On the night of November 25, 1941, Stanislav Tocauer, a Czechoslovakian pilot flying with the 312 Czech Squadron, based on Fairwood Common, encountered difficulties while returning from a sortie.
Marina's family was one of just twelve Jewish families to survive World War II in Prague, one statistic among the many in this film that are disheartening, including the decimation of the Czechoslovakian Jewish population from over 300,000 to less than 15,000 by the end of the war.
Two of the Czechoslovakian medium-frame pistols are fairly well-known, the models 1924 and 1927.
As he researches his Czechoslovakian parentsAE flight from the Nazis and Communists as teenagers, from Europe to Australia to New York, he uncovers a long-buried secret about his motherAEs lover and finds out information that sheds light on his motherAEs mental illness, which was apparent when the author was still a child.
Briess began as a Czechoslovakian exporter of malt to breweries throughout the world, and today's Briess Malt & Ingredients Co.
The Czechoslovakian central bank has said that commercial banks in the nation are more resilient to shocks and home loan risks.
I HOPE that most Coventrians will be aware of the significance of Lidice Place, which commemorates the destruction of the Czechoslovakian village of Lidice and the massacre of its male inhabitants during the Second World War.
Czechoslovakian carmaker Skoda Auto has announced that it would focus on selling big cars in India.
Richard Lein's article, informed by painstaking research of Central European archives, shatters the long-held myth that Czechoslovakian soldiers deserted to the enemy en masse.
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.