Alternative History
Czechoslovak Federal Republic
Československá federativní republika
Česko-slovenská federatívna republika

Timeline: New Union

OTL equivalent: The Czech Republic and Slovakia
Flag Coat of Arms
Flag Coat of Arms
Location of Czechoslovakia
Location of Czechoslovakia
Veritas Vincit (Latin)
("Truth prevails")
Capital Prague
Other cities Bratislava, Brno, Ostrava
Czech and Slovak
  others Hungarian, Moravian, Russian
  others Protestantism
Demonym Czechoslovak
Government Federal parliamentary constitutional republic
  Legislature Federal Assembly
Independence from Austria-Hungary
  declared October 28, 1918
Currency Koruna (CSK)
Time Zone CET (UTC+1
  summer CEST (UTC+2
Calling Code +42
Internet TLD .cs
Organizations EU, UN, V3

The Czechoslovak Federal Republic, colloquially known as Czechoslovakia (Czech: Československo, Slovak: Česko‑Slovensko), and abbreviated as the CSFR (ČSFR); is a sovereign state located in Eastern Europe. Czechoslovakia came into existence in 1918 as part of the partitioning of the Austro-Hungarian Empire following World War I. From the Munich Agreement of 1938 until the Velvet Revolution of 1989, Czechoslovakia had continuously been under the occupation of a foreign power — first by Nazi Germany (1938-1945) and then the Soviet Union (1945-1989). Czechoslovakia became the only nation of the former Soviet Bloc to break away and transition toward democracy peacefully. The nation has been a member state of the European Union since 2004, and holds close relations with neighboring Hungary and Poland.

The nation is dominated by two peoples: the Czechs and the Slovaks. The majority of Czechoslovaks proclaim to be unaffiliated with any particular religion, with Catholicism being the most followed religion in the nation.


Czechoslovakia is a federation currently made up of three republics.

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