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Bohemia
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    (1198-1918)
    Country in central Europe
    Named after the Boii tribe who were conquered by the Romans in the Second Century BC
    Formally formed as a kingdom in the 12th Century AD and dissolved after WWI
    Forms the largest part of the Czech Republic
    It spent most of its existence as part of larger countries or empires including the Holy Roman Empire, the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and Czechoslovakia.
    It no longer exists as even an administrative unit being absorbed into the Czech Republic after the dissolution of Czechoslovakia in the early 1990's.
    It was the center of the Hussite rebellion and Protestant/Catholic conflicts.
    'Bohemian' became slang for hipsters when in 19th Century France, a movement of assorted artists and writers were lumped in with Gypsies who had been mistakenly believed to have immigrated into France from Bohemia.
    Its people rarely demonstrated any sense of nationality throughout its history, instead identifying themselves by their Czech or Slavic ethnicity.
    It was remarkably able to maintain itself as a state for over 800 years of tumultuous European history.
    It's people suffered terribly under brutal Nazi and Communist oppression.
    It now forms the largest part of the Czech Republic.
    It's rulers generally granted a great deal of freedom especially in the arts and religion.
    It's separation from Czechoslovakia and incorporation into the newly formed Czech Republic was achieved peacefully.

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