eastern European duchy centred on the town of Teschen (Cieszyn; q.v.) that was contested and then divided by Poland and Czechoslovakia after World ... [3 related articles]
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Teschen (te'shun) , Czech Tešín, Pol. Cieszyn, former principality (c.850 sq mi/2,200 sq km), now divided between the Czech Republic and Poland. Teschen was its chief town. A part of Silesia, the principality was under Bohemia from 1292 to 1625, when it came under Hapsburg rule. It ...
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Teschen is the German name of a town on the Olza River divided in 1920 into the towns of Cieszyn, Poland and Český Těšín, Czech Republic. == See also == ...
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