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Karel Kramář

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The party was established in 1918 by a merger of the Free-minded National Party ("Young Czechs") and several smaller parties, and was initially known as the Czech Constitutional Democratic Party. It formed the first provisional government led by Karel Kramář, and the following year it was renamed the National Democracy.
He became the leader of the Young Czech Party in Austria-Hungary and later of the National Democratic Party in Czechoslovakia.

National Unification (Czechoslovakia)

National Unification
In 1935 the party merged with the National League and the National Front to form the National Unification.
The party was established by a merger of the Czechoslovak National Democracy and two marginal parties, National League and National Front.

Young Czech Party

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The party was established in 1918 by a merger of the Free-minded National Party ("Young Czechs") and several smaller parties, and was initially known as the Czech Constitutional Democratic Party. It formed the first provisional government led by Karel Kramář, and the following year it was renamed the National Democracy.
In February 1918, the party formally merged with a new coalition, the Czech State Right Democratic Party, which later, under the Republic, became the party of Czechoslovak National Democracy headed by Karel Kramář.

Národní listy

The National Newspaper
From 1918 to 1938 it was the main newspaper of National Democratic Party (Czechoslovakia) and the National Unification, both led by Karel Kramář.

National liberalism

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During Czechoslovakia's era (1918–1992), a few parties were described as national-liberal: Czechoslovak National Democracy, the National Labour Party and, after 1989, the Czech National Social Party.

History of Czechoslovakia (1918–1938)

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The Czechoslovak National Democracy, called also Czechoslovak National Democratic Party, was a First Republic right-wing political party in Czechoslovakia.

Political party

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The Czechoslovak National Democracy, called also Czechoslovak National Democratic Party, was a First Republic right-wing political party in Czechoslovakia.

Czechoslovakia

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The Czechoslovak National Democracy, called also Czechoslovak National Democratic Party, was a First Republic right-wing political party in Czechoslovakia.

Czechoslovakism

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Right-wing politics

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The Czechoslovak National Democracy, called also Czechoslovak National Democratic Party, was a First Republic right-wing political party in Czechoslovakia.

National Fascist Community

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The party was formed in March 1926 by the merger of a group of dissident National Democrats known as the "Red-Whites" with various other rightist groups across Bohemia and Moravia.

National Labour Party (1925)

National Labour Party
It was created as a split of liberal part of Czechoslovak National Democracy.

Pětka

The five representative experts and their political parties were: Antonín Švehla (Agrarian Party), Alois Rašín (National Democratic Party), Rudolf Bechyně (Social Democratic Party), Jiří Stříbrný (Socialist Party) and Jan Šrámek ([[Christian_and_Democratic_Union_–_Czechoslovak_People's_Party#Czechoslovak_People.27s_Party|People's Party]]).

Czech National Social Party

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Later they cooperated with fascist movement and National Democratic Party.