Czechoslovak


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Czechoslovak

(loosely) either of the two mutually intelligible languages of the former Czechoslovakia; Czech or Slovak
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C., where the statue of Czechoslovak President Tomas Garrigue Masaryk stands.
The Czechoslovak nationals who volunteered were mostly employees of the Bata Shoe Company, the first Czech investment in the Philippines, before the outbreak of the war in the country.
The CZECHOSLOVAK GROUP is a holding based on the tradition of Czechoslovak industry in the field of civilian and defense industrial production.
Ultimately, an adherence to anti-communism, the promotion of Canadian citizenship, and the cultivation of a Czechoslovak ethnocultural heritage accelerated Czech refugees' socioeconomic and political integration in Cold War Canada.
Fifty years ago this week, on the night of Aug 20-21, after numerous efforts to verbally coerce the Czechoslovak party leadership failed to bear adequate fruit, Soviet tanks rolled in.
The selected photographs, which also belong to the collection of the Museum of History and the Naprstek Museum, bear witness to the journeys made by Czechoslovaks to Tunisia during the 1st period of existence of independent Czechoslovakia, that is between the two world wars.
Forman was one of the most important directors of the Czechoslovak New Wave.
He added: "I have never met any Czechoslovak or Soviet agent, nor visited the Soviet or Russian embassy and have visited Guildford once in my life - last year for a Labour Party public meeting."
Mr McDonnell said: "I have never met any Czechoslovak or Soviet agent, nor visited the Soviet or Russian embassy and have visited Guildford once in my life, which was last year for a Labour Party public meeting."
During his long career in the sports movement, Professor Vladimir Cernusak played an influential role both nationally and internationally, successfully leading the integration of the newly formed Slovak sports organisations into the Olympic Movement after the Czechoslovak separation in 1993.