One of the last Czechoslovak veterans buried at the plot bought by the Czechoslovak legionaries at Brookwood Military Cemetery was General Ivan Otto Schwarz, who passed away in January 2018. Gerry Ma ...
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The Second World War was the largest and cruellest armed conflict in human history, costing the lives of up to 60 million people, both soldiers and civilians.
Slovakia's largest online job board, profesia.sk, has conducted a survey on people's attitudes towards diversity in the workplace. Experts studied how people with various differences are seen and acc ...
Ben Pascoe discussing the medias, both classic and social, women’s issues as well as Slovakia today with ZKH.
Today's town of Gweru in Zimbabwe was called Gwelo in the 1940s. Originally it was mainly a farming town, but thanks to its strategic location near the railway, it began to develop rapidly.
Our colleague Ben Pascoe sat down with Zuzana Weberova and Veronika Fishbone Vlckova who are the organizers of the Bratislava Foreigner’s Platform.
The national fundraiser to support people with cancer, Daffodil Day, will start on Thursday and run until Saturday.
Being born in 1993, yet still somehow impersonating Czechoslovakia, in some of his works Dominik Želinský looks on the stereotypes of Slovak characters in Czech movies.
It was on the 29th March, 1993, that Radio Slovakia International made Slovakia heard to the world for the first time. In English, German, French and Russian...
On March 8 we observe International Women's Day. This global holiday brings attention to issues such as gender equality.