The Bohemian National Alliance (Czech: Česko-Národní Sdružení) was an American political party founded in Chicago, Illinois on September 6, 1914. The party represented Czech American voters who supported the creation of Czechoslovakia as a state independent of Austria-Hungary. The party was disestablished in 1918 after Czechoslovakia became an independent nation. The Bohemian National Alliance published a newspaper titled the Czechoslovak Review (originally the Bohemian Review) from 1916 until 1924.

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  • The Bohemian National Alliance (Czech: Česko-Národní Sdružení) was an American political party founded in Chicago, Illinois on September 6, 1914. The party represented Czech American voters who supported the creation of Czechoslovakia as a state independent of Austria-Hungary. The party was disestablished in 1918 after Czechoslovakia became an independent nation. The Bohemian National Alliance published a newspaper titled the Czechoslovak Review (originally the Bohemian Review) from 1916 until 1924. (en)
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  • The Bohemian National Alliance (Czech: Česko-Národní Sdružení) was an American political party founded in Chicago, Illinois on September 6, 1914. The party represented Czech American voters who supported the creation of Czechoslovakia as a state independent of Austria-Hungary. The party was disestablished in 1918 after Czechoslovakia became an independent nation. The Bohemian National Alliance published a newspaper titled the Czechoslovak Review (originally the Bohemian Review) from 1916 until 1924. (en)
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  • Bohemian National Alliance (en)
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