Coat of arms of Czechoslovakia
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|Coat of arms of Czechoslovakia|
The CoA of communist Czechoslovakia (1961-1990)
The small CoA (1918-1939); CoA of post-war Czechoslovakia (1945-1960)
The coat of arms of Czechoslovakia were changed many times during Czechoslovakia’s history, some alongside each other. This reflects the turbulent history of the country and a wish to use appropriate territorial coats of arms.
The First Republic (1918-1938) and post-war (1945-1960)
Occupied Czechoslovakia (1938-1945)
The small CoA of the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia,
The CoA of the Reichsgau Sudetenland.
The CoA of the World War II Slovak state.
The CoA of socialist Czechoslovakia (1961-1990)
The CoA of post-Velvet Revolution Czechoslovakia (1990-1992)
Post-Czechoslovak coats of arms
- Vexilolognet.cz - History of the symbols of Czechoslovakia
- (English) Senate:The Czech national emblem
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