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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A series of mountain ranges along the Czech-Polish border between the Elbe and Oder rivers. The mountains extend for about 298 km (185 mi) and rise to 1,603 m (5,256 ft).

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  • proper n. A series of mountains in Central Europe (Czechia, Poland, Germany).

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Examples

  • I wouldn't even be surprised to learn that Mr. Henlein, the Nazi Fuehrer of the Sudeten is disappointed by now.

    The Reich and the German Minorities

  • But I don’t see you asking the Czech Republic to threaten its existance as a Czech state by taking back in Sudeten refugees …

    Matthew Yglesias » Tit for Double-Tat

  • As a first step Hitler demanded-under the threat of invasion'the "return" to Germany of three and a half million so-called Sudeten Germans and the land they lived on under the Czechs.

    The Rise and Fall of Adolf Hitler

  • Klaus argued that the charter puts the property rights of Czech citizens at risk, saying that it would allow so-called Sudeten Germans, who were expelled by the then Czechoslovakia after World War II ended in 1945, to sue for their confiscated property.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • In Kazakhstan, Latvia, and Estonia, ethnic Russians made up a larger share of the population than had Sudeten Germans in Czechoslovakia in the 1930s.

    The Return

  • As we come to grips with exiting Afghanistan sooner rather than later and conclude Iraq, rather than await the new edition of the march across the Rhine or occupation of the Sudeten, recent events suggest the opening moves in building a Eastern coalition.

    Get On Board The Aviation Expansion

  • Hitler launched a vitriolic propaganda campaign, threatening the Czech government and claiming that the Sudeten Germans were being horribly mistreated under Czech rule.

    BARGAINING WITH THE DEVIL

  • Do you recall the precise details of the Sudeten Crisis that led to Nazi Germany's invasion of Czechoslovakia?

    It’s Raining Nazis–Continued - Swampland - TIME.com

  • Gusta, who was by then engaged to Shimshon Draenger, asked to be permitted to go with him to the Troppau concentration camp near Opava in the Sudeten mountains.

    Gusta Dawidson Draenger.

  • If Ruaraidh's logic is pursued to its logical conclusion, the descendants of the Sudeten and Polish Germans should have the right of return or compensation.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

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