Czechoslovak government-in-exile

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  • What role was it meant to play in the future of Czechoslovak politics?
  • Four years later he was a member of the Czechoslovak team which finished seventh.
  • In his work he especially paid attention to the history and presence of Czechoslovak politics in international relations.
  • The Czechoslovak Army used them for some years after the war.
  • It was the first free discussion on Czechoslovak television since its beginning.
  • He participated in the building of the Czechoslovak army in foreign countries.
  • The state was particularly concerned about the impact of Western popular music on Czechoslovak youth.
  • It became one of the most popular Czechoslovak bands during the 1980s.
  • The majority of Czechoslovak citizens knew of the organization only because of the government's campaign against it.
  • The Czechoslovak government then granted amnesty for all activities against the new state.
  • Czechoslovak trade was heavily concentrated among a relatively small group of countries.
  • They then spent four years in the second tier of Czechoslovak football before returning to the top flight.
  • Active collaboration between London and the Czechoslovak home front was maintained throughout the war years.
  • Twelve years later she won the gold medal as member of the Czechoslovak gymnastics team.
  • The party had good relations with its Czechoslovak brother party.
  • There was considerable resistance within the government to Soviet influence on Czechoslovak politics.
  • Four years later he finished fifth with the Czechoslovak boat in the eights competition.
  • Subsequently he held the post of a deputy general director of the Czechoslovak National Bank.
  • New and extensive Czechoslovak border fortifications were also located in the same area.
  • The committee's primary task was to establish a Czechoslovak army in France.
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