- n. A native or inhabitant of Czechoslovakia
- adj. Of, pertaining to, or characteristic of Czechoslovakia or its people
“Appreciable activity in support of the so-called Czechoslovak Independent Initiatives is being generated by Polish and Hungarian opposition groups....”
“That success inspired the Czechoslovak civil rights initiative, Charter 77.”
“They were later executed by Czechoslovak authorities.”
“CzechFolks. com writes about the rescue of hundreds of Czechoslovak Jewish children by Sir Nicholas Winton in 1939.”
“Yet the Czechoslovak and Irish breakups weren't done in a crisis, which economists generally agree is the worst time for a split.”
“Crafts and holiday items and Czech and Slovak Christmas cookies will be for sale, and the restaurant will serve typical Czechoslovak dishes.”
“He first wrote them down for the opening festivities of the 1926 Sokol slet , the annual meeting of the Czechoslovak gymnastics federation, which had always served as a focus for nationalist energies.”
“In a short while the Czechoslovak radio will be broadcasting an extremely important news item.”
“Yesterday troops of the Soviet Union, the GDR, the Polish People's Republic, and Hungary crossed the frontiers of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic.”
“Mr. Liu had been arrested nearly two years earlier, just before the release of Charter 08, a declaration of democratic principles for China inspired by Charter 77, the Czechoslovak initiative led by the playwright and later Czech president Václav Havel that, 31 years earlier, led to the Velvet Revolution and inspired people throughout the Soviet bloc.”
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