Germans in Czechoslovakia (1918–1938)

Germans In Czechoslovakia (1918–1938)

The German-speaking population in the interwar Czechoslovakian Republic, 23.3% of the population at the 1921 census, is usually reduced to the Sudeten Germans, but actually there were linguistic enclaves elsewhere in Czechoslovakia, and among the German-speaking urban dwellers there were "ethnic Germans" and/or Austrians as well as German-speaking Jews. 14% of the Czechoslovakian Jews considered themselves as Germans at the 1921 census, but a much higher percentage declared German as their colloquial tongue during the last censuses under the Austrian-Hungarian Empire.

Read more about Germans In Czechoslovakia (1918–1938):  Carpathian Germans and Sudeten Germans, Historical Settlements, German-speaking Urban Jews, German-language Press in Czechoslovakia

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