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In 1919, after the American-Rusyns agreed with Tomáš Masaryk to incorporate Carpathian Ruthenia into Czechoslovakia, the whole of Carpathian Ruthenia was occupied by Czechoslovak troops.
On June 4, 1920, Mukachevo officially became part of Czechoslovakia by the Treaty of Trianon.
During the Cold War it was home to Mukacheve air base combined with a radar station.
The Greek national hero Alexander Ypsilanti was imprisoned at the Palanok Castle between 18.Therefore, the population of Mukacheve is officially reported as 77.1% ethnic Ukrainian.Archaeological excavation suggest that early settlements existed here before the Middle Ages.Even so, Mukachevo's population still held an important Jewish component, until in 1944 all the Jews were deported to Auschwitz by the Nazi German Eichmann Commando.They were the last Jewish community in Europe to succumb to the Holocaust.