Milestones in the Story of Czechoslovakia
863 Cyril and Methodius, invited from Constantinople
to Christianize the Great Moravians, ancestors of
the Czechoslovaks.
895Destruction of the Great Moravian Empire by the
Magyars.
1316-1378Reign of Emperor Charles IV, who made Prague
the capital of the Holy Roman Empire.
1373-1415Life of Jan Hus, Czech religious and social re-
former, who anticipated the Reformation by a
century.
1620, November 8Battle of White Mountain in which the Hussites
were decisively defeated by the Hapsburgs.
1781Edict of Tolerance issued by Emperor Joseph II.
It made possible Czech National revival.
1798-1876Life of Frantisek Palacky, greatest of the "Na-
tional Awakeners."
1850, March 7
to
1937, September 14
Life of Tomas Garrigue Masaryk, Father of the
Republic and its first president.
1918, October 28Proclamation of the Czechoslovak Republic.
1938, September 30Munich four-power agreement forcing Czechoslo-
vakia to cede Sudetenland to Nazi Germany.
1939, March 15Germans march into Czechoslovakia.
1943, November 26 --
December 2
Secret Teheran agreement between Roosevelt,
Churchill and Stalin assigns Czechoslovakia into
Soviet sphere.

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