T. Masaryk elected President of Czechoslovakia

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Historical Context Note


Masaryk was reelected in 1920, 1927, and 1934. He devoted himself to settling the crises of conflict between the Slovak and Czech parties. He was also one of the first to express concern over the fate of Europe after the Nazis came into power. He resigned in December 1935.
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Editors. "T. Masaryk elected President of Czechoslovakia". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 March 2010
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