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 Independent Czechoslovak State Day Holiday Resource
About Independent Czechoslovak State Day
The Independent Czechoslovak Day is celebrated on October 28th of every year in Czech Republic. On that date in 1918, Czechoslovakia became an Independent country from Austro-Hungarian Empire. From 1939 to 1945 the state did not have a de facto existence, due to its forced division and partial incorporation into Nazi Germany, but the Czech government-in-exile nevertheless continued to exist during this time period. Obviously the country dissolved in 1993 when Slovakia became a separate nation, but the Czech Republic still celebrates this 1918 independence. 90 years ago on October 28, 1918 the Czechoslovak National Council in Prague proclaimed the state of Czechoslovakia.
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