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Flag of the Czech Republic National symbol
Politics 1946-Parliamentary elections won Comunist Party of Czechoslovakia 1948-Czecholovakia became totalitarian state dependent on the Soviet Union
1968-Prague Spring(attempt at a democratic regime) ended with an invasion by the armies of the Warsaw Pact countries
1989-Velvet Revolution( the communist regime collapsed) 1993-Czechoslovakia has been divided on the Czech and Slovak Republic
Sport Emil Zátopek-four-time Olympic champion in endurance run Věra Čáslavská-seven-time Olympic champion Tomáš Berdych and Radek Štěpánek
Created by:Ondřej Louda
Czechoslovakia By: Brendaisha Bertrand Divina Temple.
Created by Shannon Potter – October 2009 Slovakia in the 20 th Century.
A Quick Introduction to
Czech Republic Katie Cynkar and Cece Garner. General Information Located next to Poland, Slovakia, Germany, and Austria Was democratic before World War.
starter activity A drawing on a wall in a street in Prague, What does this image tell us about the feelings of ordinary Czech people towards the.
The Czech Republic Overall: 10,201,707. Capital City of Prague: 1,378,700. Population of Other Major Cities: (Brno) 376,400. Currency:
Comenius Multilateral Partneship Velvet Revolution 1989.
Fall of Communism and the Breakup of the Soviet Union
Limited democracy Czechoslovakia in the years Jan Kuklík.
Czechoslovakia 1968 Lesson starter: Describe the Hungarian Uprising of Today we will understand the events of the Czechoslovakia Uprising in 1968.
Hungary is a country located in Eastern Europe. It was also one of the main flashpoints at the start of the Cold War.
Fall of Communism and the Breakup of the Soviet Union.
Cold War Basics. Germany is now divided into 4 occupations controlled by Britain, France, Soviet Union & US Disagreement over occupation marks beginning.
The End of the Cold War. Reasons for Collapse External (meaning what other countries did) President Reagan puts moral and economic pressure on the Soviet.
ATHLETICS IN CZECH REPUBLIC. In our country we have lots of famous and succesful sportmen. Athletics is one of types of sport, which is done by lots of.
Cold War Standard Resistance in Eastern Europe Standard Objective – Describe the uprisings in Hungary (1956), Czechoslovakia (1968), and Poland.
The Little Czech and the Great Czech Nation Chapter 1: Nation Against State Nick Fundytus.
POST-WWII TO PRESENT DAY THE SOVIET UNION AND EASTERN EUROPE.
Europe Cold War 1. 1 The West: NATO countries (democracy)
Communism Crushed: The Revolutions of 1989 Kevin Troy Class of 2005.
WACRA 2005 Brno, Czech Republic July 3 - 6, 2005.
HUB DATE 1989 The Age of Revolutions in Eastern Europe & The Downfall of Communism Patrick Perez Raffi Margossian Jessica Cortez AP Euro Period 3 Spring.
Czechoslovakia Ana Rodriguez. Definition Czechoslovakia - A former country in central Europe, now divided between the Czech Republic and Slovakia; capital,
Hungary 1956 Hungarian uprising crushed by Nikita Khrushchev Clearly showed that the USSR would NOT TOLERATE countries in Eastern Europe breaking from.
The Czech Republic and Slovakia By: Cody Hansbrough Thompson.
BY: LINO CANTARELLA ERIC HEDEN Period 1. Nuclear arms changed their course The Eisenhower was quite dependent on the CIA ( Central Intelligence Agency.
Conflicts & Events Cold War: Notebook page 7.
The Czech Republic. Czech and Slovakia was called Czechoslovakia before But it was broken up in January, 1993.
Velvet Revolution by Cristian & Kristin. Czechoslovakia in 20th Century ● Czechoslovakia became a nation state after World War I when it became independent.
Modern World History STAR Review. 1. These areas were given to the Soviet Union by a League of Nations mandate. 2. The people in each country voted in.
Eastern Europe Chapter 13 Section 3. A. Revolutions in Eastern Europe Many Eastern European countries were discontented with their Soviet- style rule.
The Cold War: East versus West Instructions: 1.Visit the website found on each slide 2.Read what each slide instructs you to read 3.Find the answers to.
Czechoslovakia: ‘The Prague Spring’, Background Pague is the capital of Czechoslovakia, a nation formed as part of the Treaty of Versailles.
The Cold War: Key Terms. Superpowers Nations stronger than other powerful nations Nations stronger than other powerful nations Examples: U.S. & U.S.S.R.
What was the impact of the USSR Invasion of Czechoslovakia in 1968?
Velvet Revolution Vojtěch Šmahel I4A/S2 Velvet Revolution What is velvet revolution?? – The Velvet Revolution (November 17 – December 29, 1989) was a.
History of the Czech Republic
1985 Mikhail Gorbachev becomes General Secretary of the party and leader of the Soviet Union -> the last leader of the USSR 1. Economic problems 2.
The Cold War. What is the Cold War? The Cold War was a clash of ideologies between the United States and the Soviet Union. The difference rested in the.
Czech Republic. Find the Czech Republic Capital of the Czech Republic: Prague.
Chapter 26 Section 1 The U.S. and the U.S.S.R were allies but Different political systems (see the next two slides). Stalin signed the Non-Aggression.
a non-violent revolution from 17 November to 29 December 1989 one of the most important of the 1989 revolutions its symbol – jingling of the keys.
History of Slovakia An European Country. The Oldest Settlement 250 thousand years ago.
Czechoslovakia: ‘The Prague Spring’, 1968
The Cold War. What is a “Cold War?” Ideological conflict between the United States and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics during the second half.
By: Halihma G. & De’Andre P.. In early 1960’s Czechoslovakia had suffered a recession. In 1965 the president Antonin Novotny was forced to make.
Cruz Rico Prompt: Considering the period 1953 to 1991, analyze the problems within the Soviet Union that contributed to the eventual collapse of.
Jeopardy Cold War Terms WW II People & Places Cold War United Nations Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
UNIT 2.: STATES OF THE WORLD PILAR SÁNCHEZ SEK LES ALPES.
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