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a. Of, pertaining to, or characteristic of Czechoslovakia or its people n. A native or inhabitant of Czechoslovakia

Czechoslovak (disambiguation)

Czechoslovak is the Demonym of Czechoslovakia (1918–93) and may refer to:

  • First Czechoslovak Republic (1918–38)
  • Second Czechoslovak Republic (1938–39)
  • Third Czechoslovak Republic (1948–60)
  • Fourth Czechoslovak Republic (1960–89)
  • Fifth Czechoslovak Republic (1989–93)
  • Symphony no. 8 in G Major op. 88 is composed by Antonín Dvořák in 1889 and 1890.
  • Inhabitant of former Czechoslovakia
  • Individual who belongs to Czechoslovak nation, see Czechoslovakism

Usage examples of "czechoslovak".

Jugoslav, Czechoslovak, Bulgarian, German, and English whose books and reports I have studied.

It was not likely that someone somewhere in the world would acknowledge this cultural debt and found a chair in Czech and Czechoslovak literature at one of the newt universities.

Czech for newts was published, complete with illustrations of Czechoslovak handwriting styles.

Above all, the minority groups felt that the Czechoslovak government had not honored the promises made by Masaryk and Benes to the Paris Peace Conference in 1919 to establish a cantonal system similar to that of Switzerland.

Sudeten Germans had fared tolerably well in the Czechoslovak state - certainly better than any other minority in the country and better than the German minorities in Poland or in Fascist Italy.

What that purpose was he had made clear in his November 5 harangue to the military leaders and in the initial directives of Case Green: to destroy the Czechoslovak state and to grab its territories and inhabitants for the Third Reich.

He was forty-nine years old, and if Germany were to become involved in a world war over the Czechoslovak question, he wished to lead his country through the crisis in the full strength of manhood .

Masaryk, the Czech minister, the son of the founding father of the Czechoslovak Republic, looked on from the diplomatic gallery, unable to believe his eyes.

Berlin to the sitting of the Commission, and finally that the Czechoslovak officer who was to be sent would have to be in Berlin on Saturday in order to fix the details for the evacuation of the first zone.

General Sirovy, the new Premier, explained bitterly in a broadcast to the Czechoslovak people at 5 P.

Poles and the Hungarians, after threatening military action against the helpless nation, now swept down, like vultures, to get a slice of Czechoslovak territory.

It was clear that from now on the Czechoslovak nation existed at the mercy of the Leader of the Third Reich.

He had rarely seen the founders of the Czechoslovak Republic, Masaryk and Benes, and what he had seen of them he did not like.

At the meeting the serious situation created by the events of recent weeks in the present Czechoslovak territory was examined with complete frankness.

The Czechoslovak President declared that, in order to serve this object and to achieve ultimate pacification, he confidently placed the fate of the Czech people and country in the hands of the Fuehrer of the German Reich.