Moraviaball is a historical countryball in East Czech.
It was STRONK and powerfull (as Great Moraviaball),
now is not.
Today is a geographical region in Czech.
How To Draw
- draw circle
- draw upper half THIS YELLOW
- draw down half with THIS RED
- draw eyes and you are
In 623, the French merchant Samo took over the leadership of the Slavs against the Avar. Under his command, the Slavs achieved success, so they chose him as their leader. Samo's sovereignty recognized Slavic Bohemia or Austria, but his power did not have to intervene in Moravia. Samo's dominion was a free tribal group that collapsed after his death (about 658). It did not in itself become the basis of a Slavic early medieval "state"
822 - The first mention of the Moravians. The Moravians took part in the Frankish Parliament in Frankfurt am Main. Who sent the message is not known, probably already represented the state known from the following decades as the Great Moravia.
894 - Svatopluk died, his successor became his son Mojmir. From the Moravian Empire, the Czechs immediately broke away and surrendered to Arnulf (the King of the East French Empire). In three years, the Serbs have also seceded from the empire
The first period of Moravia's belonging to the early medieval Czech state. The Moravia served as a sort of military and defensive front against Poland and Hungary, and at the same time for the members of the Premyslid dynasty who did not have the upper goverment.
The emergence of margrave in Moravia was not a one-time affair, but a gradual process. Nor was it a new territorial (state) entity, but a change of government in Moravia and a certain re-evaluation of the relationship between Bohemia and Moravia. The emergence of margrave was not caused by external factors, it originated in internal divisions in the Premyslid dynasty.
After the assassination of the Czech King Wenceslas III. In 1306 there was a turbulent period in Moravia. After the short rule of Henry Carinthian, the Moravian region fell to the Habsburgs. Even the arrival of John Luxembourg on the Czech throne, nor the handover of Moravia to John, did not bring peace - there was a rebellion in the country as well as the Hungarian invasions.
The period of the Estates government was the period of the greatest independence of Moravia in its history (not before the 10th century). Although the lower classes of inhabitants were apparently considered to be Moravians, they could not actually apply their beliefs, so that only the power of the nobility allowed the independent political action of Moravia. The political ties to Bohemia were very relaxed and very often Moravia acted independently. However, the common state alliance with Bohemia has always been recognized and preserved and the cultural bond remains
During this period, the independence of the provincial authorities was becoming increasingly blurred, and their place was more and more occupied by the central authorities of the emerging Austrian Empire. It was left less space for individual countries to make independent decisions. The ideas of the Czech-Moravian unity did not appear during this period (due to the incompetence of Bohemia at that time), and of course the conviction about Moravia's uniqueness spread to all the inhabitants of Moravia. In the second half of the period, modern ideas (most of the European nations are being formed in this period), which spread to the whole of society and remain limited to the ruling classes, are beginning to emerge from the enlightenment ideas. Two types of peoples are developing in Europe - the Western type in which the nation is determined by the state and the Eastern type (in Central and Eastern Europe, except Russia), where a nation based on cultural unity (and especially language unity). During the early 19th century, the Czech national movement grew slowly in Moravia, whose inhabitants were, of course, Bohemia considered to be Czechs.
1939 On March 16, the rest of the Moravian-Silesian country was incorporated into the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia. The division into the countries remained. The marginal fascist political group The Moravian National Social Party, operating in Brno and Tišnov, claimed the Moravian-Silesian country as an autonomous part of the Greater German Empire and demanded the introduction of the Moravian nationality instead of the Czech one.
1948 21.12. A law on regional establishment (with effect from 1 January 1949) was adopted, which meant the abolition of the Moravian-Silesian country and its Silesian branch. Moravia and Silesia were divided between regions. The regional government was theoretical, in fact the regions were subordinated to the Prague ministries.
| Hej, Sloveni! |
|West Slavs||Polandball • Czechball • Slovakiaball|
|East Slavs||Russiaball • Ukraineball • Belarusball|
|South Slavs||Serbiaball • Sloveniaball • Croatiaball • Bosnia and Herzegovinaball • Montenegroball • Macedoniaball • Bulgariaball • Novorossiyaball|
|Non-Independent Slavs||Carpathian Rutheniaball • Moraviaball • Kashubiaball • Goraniball • Sorbsball • Lemkoball • Liberlandball|
|Historical Entities||Slavsball • Kievan Rusball • Kingdom of Polandball • Poland-Lithuaniaball • Great Moraviaball • Grand Duchy of Muscovyball • Tsardom of Russiaball • Russian Empireball • Soviet Unionball • Kingdom of Yugoslaviaball • Yugoslaviaball|
|Krajs of the Czech SRball|| Pragueball (capital) • Středočeskýball • Východočeskýball • Severomoravskýball • Západočeskýball • Jihočeskýball • Jihomoravskýball • Severočeskýball • |
|Krajs of the Slovak SRball||Bratislavaball (capital) • Východoslovenskýball • Stredoslovenskýball • Západoslovenskýball|
|Geographical regions||Bohemiaball • Moraviaball • Silesiaball • Slovakiaball|
|History||First Republic (1918-1938) • Protectorate of Bohemia and Moraviaball (, 1939-1945) • Slovak Republicball (, 1939-1945) • Czechoslovak Socialist Republicball (1946-1990) • Czech and Slovak Federal Republicball (1990-1992)|