History of the Czech lands

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The history of the Czech lands includes the following periods:

       • 888–894 also comprised Bohemia

  • Bohemian Principality (870s–1198)

       • including Moravia, since 1197 the Margraviate of Moravia

       • since 1291/1335 also with Silesia (duchies) and both Lusatias (margraviates)

       • since 1526 under Habsburg rule (personal union with Austria and Hungary)
       • 1620/27 lost independence, part of Habsburg Empire
       • since 1804 part of Austrian Empire
       • since 1867 part of Austria-Hungary

       • since 1960 the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic (ČSSR)
       • since 1990 the Czechoslovak Federative Republic (ČSFR)

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