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It isn't used in Hungarian, which is not even an Indo-European language, but Uralic -- note "Mohacs," the battle where King Louis II was killed by the Turks in 1526, is pronounced "Mô-hach." Surprisingly, the hachek isn't used in Polish, which is the Slavic language with the largest number of speakers in Francia (44 million as of 2000).

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“The next generation in eastern Europe has not gotten behind a single ideology,” Feffer writes.

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"province." Most interesting, however, is the entry in the (Paul Falla, Oxford University Press, 1984, 1998, p.41) for voyevoda, , "() voivode ()." Thus, while begins as an equivalent to and takes on the sovereign associations that go with the ambiguity of words in Eastern Europe, the decline of Principalities like Transylvania, to the status of provinces, brings down the word with them.

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By the 14th century, the last pagan holdout in Europe, the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, finally converted and by a historic marriage joined its fate to Poland.

The final conversion of Lithanuania rounds off the Christianization of Europe.

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A frustration of doing this webpage is that basic HTML codes, although accommodating Western European languages, even Old English, have no provision for Eastern diacritics.

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Vowels in these languages are also dense with diacritics, but these are at least comparable, and often identical, with those used in French, German, and other Western and Northern European languages.

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Before long, of course, the Czechs shifted allegiance to Rome (which brought with it the Latin alphabet), and it was that established Eastern Christianity and used the new alphabet.

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This contact, however, and the convenient situation for commerce on the Adriatic, enabled Croatia to develop a bit faster than the hinterland; and when Tomislav I accepted a crown from the Pope in 924, he created the first permanent Kingdom in Eastern Europe.

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The inscription on the statue states that Jagiello was the, "Founder of a Free Union of the Peoples of East Central Europe, Victor Over the Teutonic Aggressors at Grunwald [i.e.

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Meanwhile, after World War I, Bohemia (and Moravia) became part of Czechoslovakia with the hitherto Slovak part of Hungary and the "Sub-Carpathian " that had also been part of Hungary and that now has been joined to the .
The most prosperous country in Eastern Europe, Czechoslovakia was first dismembered and terrorized by Nazi Germany and then fell to Communism through an internal coup (with the probable murder, but official suicide, of Jan Masaryk, son of the first President of the Republic -- Eduard Benésh, the pre-War President, soon resigned and died himself), the only country in Eastern Europe not to become Communist merely through Soviet occupation.

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Early Poland contended with the Germans for the intermediate territories (Lusatia and even Bohemia) but later steadily lost ground to the German move to the East, and to Bohemia, though in recent time much of this territory was abruptly recovered thanks to Soviet dispensation at the end of World War II.