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Tuesday, December 14, 2004



Slovakia has a population of almost 5.4 million people living in an area bounded by Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary and Ukraine. Slovak was a minority nationality in the Northern Counties (Upland) of Hungary that were carved of Hungary after WW I and became the Slovak components of Czechoslovakia, until Hitler broke Czechoslovakia up (Munich Agreement), incorporating Sudetenland into Germany, making Bohemia, Moravia into Protectorate, and Slovakia an independent state.


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