Alexander, 1921–92, Czechoslovakian political leader: first secretary of the Communist Party 1968–69.
The Czechoslovakia treaty was concluded during the period of the government of alexander dubcek before the 1968 invasion.
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Alexander (ˈaleksandə). 1921–92, Czechoslovak statesman. His reforms as first secretary of the Czechoslovak Communist Party prompted the Russian invasion of 1968
- Alexander the great
356–323 b.c, king of Macedonia 336–323: conqueror of Greek city-states and of the Persian empire from Asia Minor and Egypt to India. noun 356–323 bc, king of Macedon, who conquered Greece (336), Egypt (331), and the Persian Empire (328), and founded Alexandria A ruler of Greece in the fourth century b.c. As a general, he […]
- Alexander hamilton
Alexander, 1757–1804, American statesman and writer on government: the first Secretary of the Treasury 1789–97; mortally wounded by Aaron Burr in a duel. Alice, 1869–1970, U.S. physician, educator, and toxicologist. Edith, 1867–1963, U.S. classical scholar and writer. Lady Emma (Amy or Emily, Lyon) 1765?–1815, mistress of Viscount Nelson. Sir Ian Standish Monteith [mon-teeth] /ˈmɒn tiθ/ […]
- Alexander i island
an island off the coast of Antarctica, in the Bellingshausen Sea. noun an island of Antarctica, west of Palmer Land, in the Bellingshausen Sea. Length: about 378 km (235 miles)
- Alexander ii
died 1073, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1061–1073. (Aleksandr Nikolaevich) 1818–81, czar of Russia 1855–81. Historical Examples In the square of the town near by a statue of Alexander II lay in the mud, having been thrown down by the revolutionaries. With the “Die-Hards” in Siberia John Ward The conspiracy was too widespread and too deep-rooted for […]