Create a new article
Write your page title here:
We currently have 225 articles on CountryHumans Wiki. Type your article name above or create one of the articles listed here!

    CountryHumans Wiki



    Some content here may be inaccurate or offensive, we are open to constructive criticism in the comments, but please keep it calm, and constructive!

    Unfinished Article!
    This article is unfinished, which means important data could be missing from it! Help come up with ideas or expand it by editing.

    Czechoslovakia was a country in Central Europe that existed between 1918 to 1938 and which shares its borders with Germany, Austria, Poland, Hungary and Romania. (Then with the Third Reich and USSR)

    Description[edit | edit source]

    Appearance[edit | edit source]

    The male version is the most known.

    Male[edit | edit source]

    The male version is depicted as wearing a white long sleeve business shirt and in black cakies. Or in former clothes, like a businessman.

    Female[edit | edit source]

    The female version is similar to the male version, but can be seen wearing more military apparel.

    Personality[edit | edit source]

    They are always kind and forgiving, but as they are shown as being a businessman, they are engaging and convincing. They try to see both sides of an argument. They want people to be on their side, and they can get angry and tense if someone is not budging their view of the problem.

    Interests[edit | edit source]


    Preferences[edit | edit source]

    Likes[edit | edit source]


    Dislikes[edit | edit source]


    Nicknames[edit | edit source]


    Flag Meaning[1][edit | edit source]

    Color, meaning HEX RGB
    The traditional color of Bohemia and representation of the sky. #ffffff 255, 255, 255
    Represents the blood shed for the freedom of the country. #D7141A 215, 20, 26
    Symbolic of impartiality and sovereignty. #11457E 17, 69, 126

    Other Symbols[edit | edit source]


    Origins of languages[edit | edit source]


    Etymology[edit | edit source]


    Politics[edit | edit source]

    Government[edit | edit source]


    Diplomacy[edit | edit source]


    Organizations and Affiliations[edit | edit source]


    History[edit | edit source]

    Main Article: Czech Republic

    First Republic[edit | edit source]

    During the collapse of Austria-Hungary, the First Czechoslovak Republic was created with the support of the Entente. The Czech and Slovak lands have long dreamed of independence and the situation turned out to be successful; You can finally fight off the power of the Germans. On February 29, 1920, the Constitutional Charter of the Czechoslovak Republic was adopted, thus making it clear that the Czech Republic is a democratic parliamentary republic.

    Second Republic (Czecho-Slovak Republic)[edit | edit source]

    According to the Munich Treaty, the Czech Republic gave the Sudetenland to the Third Reich, Poland - Zaolzie, and Slovakia declared independence, thanks to the participation of the Third Reich, as well as the demand of Hungary (a Hungarian minority lived in Subcarpathian Ruthenia, Hungary demanded these lands, and Czechoslovakia would no longer give them up exactly).

    Czechoslovakia is in power about the Third Czechoslovak Republic[edit | edit source]

    On March 15, 1939, the Third Reich's protectorate over Bohemia and Moravia (Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia) was accepted. The only attempt to resist the entry of German troops was made in the city of Mistek (Frydek-Mistek) by the company of Captain Karel Pavlik.

    The Czechs opposed the occupation, people tried to do something. On November 15, 1939, the death of a student sparked student demonstrations, to which the Reich immediately responded: many students and teachers were arrested, on November 17, all universities in the protectorate were closed, hundreds of people were sent to concentration camps, and nine student leaders were executed.

    Most Czechs submitted and became accustomed to the conditions provided, and only in the last months of the war did they join the resistance movement.

    When the war ended, they decided to rebuild Czechoslovakia again. The Communist/Socialist Party was in the lead in the party elections. The Slovak Republic was re-annexed and perestroika began.

    Czechoslovak Socialist Republic[edit | edit source]

    Czechoslovakia received this name in 1960. Since 1962, the country's economy was not so hot - the government's five-year plan (1961-1965) was a failure in everything. In 1968, an attempt to reform the political system (Prague Spring) was suppressed by Warsaw Pact troops.

    On January 1, 1969, a federal division of the country into the Czech Socialist Republic and the Slovak Socialist Republic was introduced, similar to the USSR and Yugoslavia.

    The Velvet Divorce[edit | edit source]

    The fall of communism in 1989 influenced the idea of ​​a formal division of the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

    In 1990 there was a "hyphen war". Slovakia proposed writing “Czechoslovakia” with a hyphen (in the old manner of the Second Republic), but the Czech Republic was against it. The compromise was that the country officially became known as the Czech and Slovak Federative Republic, or Czechoslovakia for short. As for how to write the abbreviated name, everyone chose for themselves.

    On January 1, 1993, the country peacefully split into the Czech Republic and Slovakia

    Geography[edit | edit source]

    Czechoslovakia was country located in the central europe. WIP

    Czechoslovakia land borders over the years

    Borders[edit | edit source]

    Relationships[edit | edit source]

    Family[edit | edit source]

    Friends[edit | edit source]

    Neutral[edit | edit source]

    Enemies[edit | edit source]

    Past versions[edit | edit source]

    Future versions[edit | edit source]

    Opinions[edit | edit source]


    Gallery[edit | edit source]

    Fan-Art[edit | edit source]

    Flags/Symbols[edit | edit source]

    States[edit | edit source]

    Trivia[edit | edit source]


    Extra(s)[edit | edit source]


    Links[edit | edit source]

    References[edit | edit source]

    Cookies help us deliver our services. By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies.
    Cookies help us deliver our services. By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies.