Czechoslovakia, a country which joined two nations II

Vladimír Mečiar (left) and Václav Klaus (right) during the last meeting on Czechoslovakia. Brno, 26/08/1992. Source: Czech News Agency (ČTK) Czechoslovakia, a consensual separation CELIA PÉREZ CARRASCOSA The new country that was established in 1918 was encouraging for both the Czechs and the Slovaks. In general, the development of Czechoslovakia was beneficial to both nations;Sigue leyendo «Czechoslovakia, a country which joined two nations II»

Czechoslovakia, a country which joined two nations I

Sculpture of Tomáš Masaryk on Hradčany Square, in Prague. Photo: Celia Pérez Czechoslovakia, a planned and desired union CELIA PÉREZ CARRASCOSA The First World War (1914-1918) ended four empires: the German, the Austro-Hungarian, the Russian and the Ottoman. This meant that the maps of Europe, and the Near and Middle East were forever changed dueSigue leyendo «Czechoslovakia, a country which joined two nations I»