⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'Czechoslovakia' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   Czechoslovakia | -
Czechoslovakia <CSR> <CSSR>
Tschechoslowakei {f} <ČSR> <ČSSR>
Tschechei {f} [ugs.] [häufige, unpräzise Bezeichnung für Tschechoslowakei, 1945 - 1993]
from Czechoslovakia {adv}
aus der Tschechoslowakei
rump of Czechoslovakia
Rest-Tschechei {f} [Nazi-Bezeichnung]
what was then Czechoslovakia
die damalige Tschechoslowakei
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Špaček returned to Czechoslovakia after the end of World War II, but was expelled from the army when the Communists took power in Czechoslovakia in 1948.
  • Without fortification which was built in Sudetenland, Czechoslovakia was now defenseless.
  • The commemorative coins of Czechoslovakia were minted by the State Bank of Czechoslovakia. They were legal tender not only in Czechoslovakia but in 1993–2000 in the Czech Republic too.
  • Berauer was from Czechoslovakia, but competed for Germany after the Nazis occupied Czechoslovakia in 1938.
  • was the federal parliament of Czechoslovakia from January 1, 1969 to the dissolution of Czechoslovakia on December 31, 1992.
  • Following a brief war among Hungary, Czechoslovakia and Romania, the Slovak Soviet Republic fell and later the territory was incorporated into Czechoslovakia.
  • This is a list of years in Czechoslovakia. See also the History of Czechoslovakia. For only articles about years in Czechoslovakia that have been written, see .
  • Zoltán Agócs (24 April 1938 Fiľakovo, Czechoslovakia – 14 February 2018, Senec, Slovakia) was an architect and professor from Czechoslovakia with Hungarian ancestry.
  • Along with Italy and Nazi Germany, the Munich treaty was signed by Britain and France - Czechoslovakia's ally.
  • After World War II, Czechoslovakia was re-established and regular issues of Czechoslovakia resumed in 1945.
  • He went on to play with the Czechoslovakia Symphony Orchestra, before leaving Czechoslovakia due to the Warsaw Pact invasion of Czechoslovakia.
  • Sobotka played for Czechoslovakia national football team (23 caps, 8 goals) and participated at the 1934 FIFA World Cup when Czechoslovakia came in second.
  • It was one of Czechoslovakia's dual national anthems and was played in many Slovak towns at noon; this tradition ceased to exist after Czechoslovakia split into two different states in the early 1990s with the dissolution of Czechoslovakia.
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