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    long list of revisions, there had been many territorial revisions. For example, the Polish Corridor, Austria, Czechoslovakia and the Sudetenland, and demilitarizing the Rhineland. Hitler made it his goal to gain back all of these territories. However, troubles began to brew when it came to taking back the Sudetenland from Czechoslovakia. Eventually, troubles regarding the Sudetenland in Czechoslovakia became the focus point at the Munich Conference. During this conference, the fate of Czechoslovakia…

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    for help resisting Hitler, but they refused. (This is odd, seeing as they both worked on the treaty’s terms.) Because of their indifference to Hitler’s actions in Austria, Schuschnigg suggested a referendum. However, Hitler took matters into his own hands as it appeared a ‘non-decision’ was going to be reached. He invaded Austria with his new army, and reaped general havoc. The month after invasion, in a vote, nearly all Austrians voted to join Germany. This violated the treaty’s provision that…

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    Bell puts a great deal of emphasis on the Sudeten issue and its immediate effects. He explains that similar to the Austrian Crisis, the Czechoslovakian project was destined to fail from the outset. The slapdash construction of Czechoslovakia out of the ruins of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, an empire which was almost torn apart by its own hyper-diversity, would prove culturally unsustainable. The ethnic Germans, Czechs, Slovaks, and Poles would tear the country apart. Hitler already had his eyes…

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    were feeling hopeless and as if they had no other choice. As a result, the Soviets were able to seize control and attempt to Sovietize Poland. The case of Czechoslovakia was slightly different than that of Poland in that they more willingly took on the position of satellite to the Soviet Union. Where as Poland felt they had no choice but to accept the Communist way of life, which had previously been scorned and shunned, the Czechoslovaks welcomed the Soviets, viewing them as friendly. The…

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    Name of Civilization/Nation: Kingdom Of Bohemia Modern Name: Czech Republic Location: Central Europe Rp Character's Name: I am going to make one, if the application is accepted Main Resource: Timber, Coal, and Iron. Type of Government: Absolute Monarchy Religion of the Country: Roman Catholic Why do you want this Civilization: I deeply admire Bohemian Culture and Architecture and i want to have this nation and bring its glory to the server. Describe the history of the nation: Bohemian Birth…

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    Observation of my life in the US Introduction: I will discuss about behavior in my new training group in the United States and about behavior in general because I am an international student and I am also on the track team. This field is very interesting for me because it is abnormally close to me, but I can see a lot of new habits and behaviors here. It is a new experience because I have never trained with another team since I was 9 years old and I have studied only in the Czech Republic. I…

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    and literature began to adopt the Czech language, creating many wonders of Czech literature, such as Erben's Kytice and Mácha's Máj. The Czechs also struggled very hard to get some more political power - they wanted to self-govern themselves to a certain extent. Not long after that, a war broke out. The Great War. The Czech lands were a Habsburg province, meaning they fought along the Habsburg monarchy and Germany against the US, the UK, France and Russia. But there were still some people,…

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    The ABC Washing Machine Company wants to move to the Czech Republic with our front load washers and dryers As the CEO developing, analyzing and executing a marketing strategy is paramount. Evaluation starts with the economic, legal and political concerns in the Czech Republic. As stated in a report from 2014, “The Czech Republic is one of the most stable and prosperous markets in Central Europe. Although the country dropped seven places to 75th in the World Bank’s Doing Business rankings for…

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    Czechoslovakia, 1968 Location of incident The Warsaw Pact troops of Soviet Union invaded Czechoslovakia to collapse down on Prague Spring political reforms. Soviet Union executed armed intervention to prosecute the unity of ‘Soviet System’. The first place was invaded is Prague, then the invasion area was expanded into the whole domain of Czechoslovakia. Dates The Warsaw Pact invasion of Czechoslovakia happened on the night of August 20, 1968. On the August 20, many key departments and major…

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    The remilitarization of the Rhineland and the invasion of Czechoslovakia were both significant events that bolstered Hitler’s control over the German army; however, the former was more fundamental to the establishment of Hitler’s control of the German military. The German forces had not seen the Rhineland since the Treaty of Versailles had been established, which had no influence of German diplomats to agree to the terms. This event was so significant because it altered the balance of power in…

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