Saturday, January 4, 2020

Czech Citizenship Exam: History of Czechoslovakia Until 1948.

Here are the 10 study questions for the Czech Citizenship exam from section 26: History of Czechoslovakia Until 1948.

1.  What did the Munich Agreement, signed by Germany and three other states in September 1938, mean to Czechoslovakia?

Loss of the border.

2.  What was the name of one of the Czech municipalities that the Germans completely destroyed after the assassination of Reinhard Heydrich in 1942?


3.  What was the name of the Czechoslovak president who lived in Great Britain during World War II?

Edvard Beneš.

4.  Which large armies liberated the territory of Czechoslovakia in 1945?

American and Soviet.

5.  What happened on 17 November 1939 in the Czech lands?

The Nazis closed universities.

6.  Who became the first Czechoslovak president in 1918?

T.G. Masaryk.

7.  What was the name of the deputy imperial protector who was assassinated by Gabčík and Kubiš in Prague in 1942?

Reinhard Heydrich.

8.  On which day does the Czech Republic commemorate the end of the Second World War - Victory Day?

8 May.

9.  Which historical event preceded the establishment of Czechoslovakia in 1918?

World War I.

10.  When was an independent Czechoslovak state created?

28 October 1918.

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