Talk:Resistance in German-occupied Czechoslovakia

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Citation needed[edit]

I removed this sentence from the intro because it is uncited:

Studies of the Czechoslovak people during World War II generally agree that the Czechs “learned more to adapt than to resist.”

Mujinga 15:56, 27 September 2006 (UTC)

The title of article is not accurate[edit]

You should consider the title of the article to be accurate. Czechoslovakia was not only a Czech country. During the war, there was also a strong Slovak reizstence and Slovakia was also occupied by nazists, even though in the year 1944. The resistance to occupation resulted in heavy fighting during Slovak National Uprising.-- 05:51, 12 July 2007 (UTC)

I thought the same too but I'm an idiot. Slovakia and the Czechs were totally different during the war. The Slovaks really should have more of their own article too though...I guess that'd be the article on the first Slovakian republic?:--Him and a dog 21:16, 14 April 2008 (UTC)

I think the title should changed to Czech resistance to German occupation, Nazism is a political ideology. But Germany under Nazi Government occupied Czechoslovakia.Indianguy2000 (talk) 19:34, 2 August 2014 (UTC)

What about the Bohemian Germans?[edit]

This article is titled "Czech resistance". But, there were many "German Czechs" by virtue of Germans existing within the Czechoslovak state. Did any of these German Czechs join in with the resistance? Or was it exclusively dominated by ethnic Czechs? This article does not make that clear...RGloucester (talk) 21:23, 24 February 2013 (UTC)

Bibliography Cleanup[edit]

I've edited the bibliography - it was rubbish. Two of the items were simply a review of the only one (and questionable) real source for this article (V. Mastny's book). This article needs serious editing anyway - a lot of information is missing (e.g. resistance group Three Kings, partisan groups in eastern Moravia etc. ). Moreover, in contrary with the first sentence, the subject is very well documented (in Czech and Slovak literature) and there was definitely much more than "little formal" resistance. For Czech or Slovak speaking - look up the Czech version of this article. More balanced description is even on the History Learning Site - . Diccon (talk) 07:40, 13 December 2015 (UTC)