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Old December 13th, 2012, 11:57 AM   #231
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You are wrong. Uhorský, Uhorsko is not invention of post ww1. It is historical name attested for example in Uherské Hradiště in Morava.
you misunderstand me, i speak about the distinction, that they call the country Hungary differently for pre 1918 and for post 1918 history (Uhorsko/Mad'arsko). The "Mad'arsko" name is the post ww1 invention in Czech-Slovak language.
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Old December 13th, 2012, 11:59 AM   #232

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you misunderstand me, i speak about the distinction, that they call the country Hungary differently for pre 1918 and for post 1918 history (Uhorsko/Mad'arsko). The "Mad'arsko" name is the post ww1 invention in Czech-Slovak language.
Dear friends i hope we will not extend the meanless Czech-German debate about correct terms to Hungarian-Slovak one.
One was really enough .
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Old December 13th, 2012, 12:06 PM   #233
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Dear friends i hope we will not extend the meanless Czech-German debate about correct terms to Hungarian-Slovak one.
One was really enough .
True and i'm sorry, i stop.
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True and i'm sorry, i stop.
Awesome. Thank you very much for understanding
That previous debate was really pretty exhausting and led nowhere.
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Old December 13th, 2012, 12:18 PM   #235

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you misunderstand me, i speak about the distinction, that they call the country Hungary differently for pre 1918 and for post 1918 history (Uhorsko/Mad'arsko). The "Mad'arsko" name is the post ww1 invention in Czech-Slovak language.
I promiss I am not going to derail thread any more just one clarification from Tulun:

So you actually say that word "Maďar/Maďarský" was invented after WWI?
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Old December 13th, 2012, 12:29 PM   #236
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I promiss I am not going to derail thread any more just one clarification from Tulun:

So you actually say that word "Maďar/Maďarský" was invented after WWI?
Nope, i say the country name Mad'arsko Ma

Back to Bohemia/Czech kingdom, which ruler is considered the greatest in Czech history? I guess Charles IV is the best candidate, but lets say who else should join him in a top 3? And which one is considered to be the worst?
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Old December 13th, 2012, 12:47 PM   #237

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İ am from Turkey and i want to go czech republic for university. i will make credit transfer. How will i be welcomed there? Will czech people be hostile towards me? i come from a modern and open minded background (family) and also i am atheizt . Sorry for off topic ( i am 22 btw)
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İ am from Turkey and i want to go czech republic for university. i will make credit transfer. How will i be welcomed there? Will czech people be hostile towards me? i come from a modern and open minded background (family) and also i am atheizt . Sorry for off topic ( i am 22 btw)
I think you will have no problem in Czech Republic.
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Old December 13th, 2012, 01:45 PM   #239
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Nope, i say the country name Mad'arsko Ma

Back to Bohemia/Czech kingdom, which ruler is considered the greatest in Czech history? I guess Charles IV is the best candidate, but lets say who else should join him in a top 3? And which one is considered to be the worst?
In 2005, the Czech TV organized a TV poll "the greatest Czech" - Charles IV was chosen as the greatest ruler, followed by Masaryk and Havel. If we skip presidents and stick to the kings, then the next greatest rulers were George of Poděbrady and Přemysl Otakar II. At the same time, an internet vote The Greatest Villain was held: the communist president Klement Gottwald "won" the poll. I don´t think that any particular king is considered the greatest villain, but the Habsburg dynasty is not particularly popular, although the attitude is not as negative as it used to be in the past.
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Old December 13th, 2012, 02:16 PM   #240
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Great joke, Edward. And that the Turks called it Czechs, wow, that's really the ultimative evidence against me postings!
Yes, beorna. I know. Only German names counts.
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