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The Czecho-Slovak plan in Russia was of great value to the Allies all over the world, and was put at their service by Professor Thomas G. Masaryk.
This was undoubtedly due, in large measure, to the activities of Professor Masaryk, the president of the National Executive Council of the Czecho-Slovaks.
His four-year exile in the United States had the establishment of the new nation as its fruit. Professor Masaryk called attention to the fact that there is a peculiar discrepancy between the number of states in Europe and the number of nationalities-twenty-seven states to seventy nationalities.
In the future, said Doctor Masaryk, there are to be sharp ethnological boundaries.

Examples of Masaryk

Example #1
The English Foreign Minister was perhaps not prophesying.
Example #2
Surrounded by powerful enemies which for centuries have been bent on destroying every trace of Slavic culture, they had learned how to defend themselves against every trick or scheme of the brutal Germans.
Example #3
Wavering beams of the searchlights swung around and settled into a glare.
Example #4
His four-year exile in the United States had the establishment of the new nation as its fruit. Professor Masaryk called attention to the fact that there is a peculiar discrepancy between the number of states in Europe and the number of nationalities-twenty-seven states to seventy nationalities.
Example #5
A wild fire of gun flashes leaped against the sky; strings of luminous green beads shot aloft, hung and sank.
Example #6
He explained, also, that almost all the states are mixed, from the point of nationality.