The 15th Anniversary of Liberation of Czechoslovakia CN19600509-S-EN.v01-LH

China 1960 - The 15th Anniversary of Liberation of Czechoslovakia
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China 1960 - The 15th Anniversary of Liberation of CzechoslovakiaChina 1960 - The 15th Anniversary of Liberation of CzechoslovakiaChina 1960 - The 15th Anniversary of Liberation of Czechoslovakia


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China
1960

FACTS & FIGURES

The fate of Czechoslovakia during World War II (1939-1945) was sealed at the Munich Conference in September 1938, when Britain and France permitted Adolf Hitler to seize the Sudetenland, a region of western Czechoslovakia bordered with Germany. By the spring of 1939, Czechoslovakia no longer existed; the Germans had seized the rest of the Czech lands and made the Slovaks to form their own Nazi puppet state. By the spring of 1945, Czechoslovakia had endured almost seven years of Nazi oppression. Throughout the country, there were organized partisan groups that totaled about 7,500 people. They were taking part in the "battle of the rails", in which they disturbed the railway and highway transportation, attacked trains and stations and damaged tracks and bridges. At the same time the Soviet Army was moving in the country from the east and the American Army was approaching from the west.  

 

 

 

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bullet-1 Page Dimensions: 270mm X 297mm

bullet-1 Compatible with: All Lighthouse 13-Rings Binders

bullet-1Paper type: Heavy Acid-Free Cardboard 240gr/sq.m

bullet-1 Paper Color: Cream

bullet-1 Printing Method: Professional Offset                                      

bullet-1 Text Language: great-britain English                                             Personalize

bullet-1 STAMPS ARE NOT INCLUDED!                                

 

 


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