České politické strany v době třetí republiky a jejich poválečné sjezdy
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Czech Political Parties during the Third Republic, and their Post-war Congresses
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After the Second World War, a restricted party political system was established in Czechoslovakia. In practice, this meant that on the basis of the political agreement of officials in exile, three socialist parties (the National Socialists, Social Democrats and Communists) were restored in the Czech lands, along with one non-socialist party (the People’s Party). In a context of great post-war changes in society, these parties endeavoured to establish continuity with their pre-war past. This was seen in their party congresses.
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