Carpatho-Ukraine

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Carpatho-Ukraine

(kɑːˈpeɪθəʊjuːˈkreɪn)
n
(Placename) another name for Ruthenia
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It became known as Carpathian Ukraine after gaining autonomy, but in English-language publications is generally referred to as Carpatho-Ukraine.
Just after World War II, the Krnac family moved from central Slovakia to the Carpathian Ukraine, and was then forcibly relocated to the Kazakh village of Balgarka by Soviet authorities.
On June 29, 1945, Carpathian Ukraine was annexed to Soviet Ukraine.