One of the more popular video game-centric creepypastas, or scary stories shared on the Internet, revolves around an old and extremely obscure video game called Killswitch. The game Killswitch was supposedly released in 1989 by the Karvina Corporation, a company based out of Czechoslovakia, although some sources incorrectly identify it as a Russian company. It […]Read more "The Video Game “Killswitch”"
During World War I, there was a unit of soldiers comprised of Czechs and Slovaks (although the majority of troops were Czechs) that fought for the Russian Empire. This unit, called the “Czechoslovak Legion,” fought believing that it would lead to the creation of an independent Czechoslovakia. However, the Legion eventually found itself fighting to […]Read more "The Inspiring Story of the Czechoslovak Legion"
Before the end of the Cold War, it was known as Czechoslovakia. In 1968, when the nation attempted to improve it’s freedoms and relations with the West, the Warsaw Pact invaded and forcibly returned it’s strict policies of censorship and prevented the series of reforms that had begun to take place. When the Warsaw Pact […]Read more "The Czech Republic’s Rising Popularity"