Czechoslovak Government

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Sudeten Germans - Final Crisis in 1938
... and was instructed to raise demands unacceptable to the Czechoslovak government ... powers tried to calm down the situation and forced the government of Czechoslovakia to comply with most of the Carlsbad Decrees ... soldiers and policemen) and kidnapped over 2,020 Czechoslovak citizens (including German anti-fascists), taking them to Nazi Germany ...
Carpatho-Ukraine - History - World War II and The Aftermath
... of Czechoslovakia in the fall 1944, the delegation of the Czechoslovak government-in-exile, led by minister František Němec, arrived to Khust to establish the provisional Czechoslovak administration ... this committee, led by Ivan Turyanitsa (a Rusyn who deserted from Czechoslovak army) proclaimed the "will of Ukrainian people" to separate from Czechoslovakia and join the ... After two months of conflicts and useless negotiations the Czechoslovak government delegation departed Khust on February 1, 1945, left Carpatho-Ukraine under the Soviet control ...
1938 - Events - September
... September 13 – The followers of Konrad Henlein begin an armed revolt against the Czechoslovak government in Sudetenland ... Georges Bonnet, it becomes apparent neither the English nor the French governments are prepared to go to war over the Sudetenland ... hours of the day, representatives of the French and British governments call on Czechoslovak President Edvard Beneš to tell him France and Britain will not fight Hitler if he decides to annex the Sudetenland ...
Czech Republic–Germany Relations
... The ultimately successful Czechoslovak demands for the German majority territories were viewed favorably by France and the UK, but negatively by the U.S ... The Czechs in the greatly weakened Czechoslovak Republic were forced to grant major concessions to the non-Czechs ... the policy with Nazi leaders in order to destroy the Czechoslovak state and its parliamentary democracy and "reintegrate Bohemia and Moravia back to Nazi German Empire" ...
Slovakization - Hungarians - The Aftermath of World War II - The Forced Deportation of The Hungarians
... However, the success of the Czechoslovak deportation plan depended on the decisions of the Great powers ... Zdeněk Fierlinger informed the Czechoslovak government that "Stalin has an utterly positive standpoint on our demands in the matter of the transfer ... The post-war Czechoslovak government attempted to apply the Potsdam Agreement on the Hungarian population too, but the Western powers rejected this conception, and they also refused putting the Czechoslovak ...

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