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  • noun Plural form of Czechoslovak.

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Examples

  • These two events are major milestones for 15 million people who were collectively known as Czechoslovaks until 16 years ago, when their country split in what quickly became known -- especially among Czechs -- as the Velvet Divorce.

    A Tale of Two Peoples

  • So too, we recall the Czechoslovaks 'epic struggle, the uprising in

    SANTA CLARA RALLY

  • Before which those Czechoslovaks were nationalist Austro-Hungarians, speaking Austro-Hungarian etc.

    Matthew Yglesias » Means and Ends

  • The invasion was followed by a burst of emigration to Western countries, 300,000 Czechoslovaks in all.

    Prague Spring « Skid Roche

  • The invasion was followed by a burst of emigration to Western countries, 300,000 Czechoslovaks in all.

    Prague Spring « Skid Roche

  • But there is one important difference: The Czechoslovaks made the sad but understandable decision not to fight when the rest of the world abandoned them.

    Giving evidence to the Chilcot inquiry, Tony Blair said: “I...

  • The English team, of course, progressed famously, but the Czechoslovaks also blitzed through the early rounds.

    Once upon a life: Toby Litt

  • Downing Street papers show that Havers told Thatcher that "he was sure that Mr Stonehouse had been a spy for the Czechoslovaks but he had no evidence which he could put before the jury".

    Margaret Thatcher in cover-up after Czech spy exposed John Stonehouse

  • And they had made it to the front, by rail across Austria and Bavaria, with the full sanction of the fellow Catholic régimes of Schuschnigg and Ehrhardt - as expected, the Czechoslovaks had bluntly refused to allow any aid to Poland to pass over their territory.

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  • And they had made it to the front, by rail across Austria and Bavaria, with the full sanction of the fellow Catholic régimes of Schuschnigg and Ehrhardt - as expected, the Czechoslovaks had bluntly refused to allow any aid to Poland to pass over their territory.

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