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  • proper n. A former region of Czechoslovakia (September 1938 – March 1939) and self-declared independent state (during March of 1939).


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  • The Kingdom of Etruria lasted less than seven years, but its life-span is an eternity compared with that of the Republic of Carpatho-Ukraine, which declared its independence from the fascist Hungarian government on March 15, 1939—the day Hitler took over Prague.

    Sovereignty and the Pitiless Passage of Time

  • None of the great powers made a move to check the German annexation of the rump Czech state or the Hungarian conquest of Ruthenia (Carpatho-Ukraine).

    1939, March

  • Ruthenia was given full autonomy and was renamed Carpatho-Ukraine.

    1938, March-May

  • ” Slovakia and Carpatho-Ukraine declared independence.

    1939, March 10-16

  • Carpatho-Ukraine (region; Ukraine 48 22 N 23 32 E former name for Zakarpats'ka oblast ')

    The 2005 CIA World Factbook

  • Ruthenia (region; former name Ukraine 48 22 N 23 32 E for Carpatho-Ukraine)

    The 2005 CIA World Factbook

  • In an interesting speech recently, the Premier of this province announced that the name would be changed to the Carpatho-Ukraine.

    Britain Faces Germany

  • A conference dedicated to the 70th Anniversary of the proclamation of independence of Carpatho-Ukraine


  • (Transcarpathia): Ancient Rus 'in Contemporary Ukraine "; Serhiy Panko, candidate of philological sciences (NTSh - New York) on" Carpatho-Ukraine on the pages of the newspaper


  • "Carpatho-Ukraine in the context of European politics in the 1930's".



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