The Rising Impasse Between Two Great Civilizations : the Formation of the Czech Nation, and Czech-German Relations in Czechoslovakia, 1918-1939
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This paper details the formation of a distinct Czech identity since the 9th century, until 1918 when this people group became a nation in the form of Czechoslovakia. From 1918 this paper highlights the advancement and difficulties of Czech relations with the German minority in Czechoslovakia, and a look at how and why the great Western powers sold Czechoslovakia out with the signing of the Munich Agreement in 1939. Finally this paper will look at what has happened in Czechoslovakia after the Second World War regarding the German minority in Czechoslovakia.
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