Andreo Cseh (born András Cseh in Marosludas, Hungary on 12 September 1895; died 9 March 1979 in the Hague, Netherlands) was a Hungarian/Dutch Roman Catholic priest and Esperantist known for inventing the of Esperanto instruction.

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  • Andreo Cseh (born András Cseh in Marosludas, Hungary on 12 September 1895; died 9 March 1979 in the Hague, Netherlands) was a Hungarian/Dutch Roman Catholic priest and Esperantist known for inventing the of Esperanto instruction. (en)
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  • Andreo Cseh (born András Cseh in Marosludas, Hungary on 12 September 1895; died 9 March 1979 in the Hague, Netherlands) was a Hungarian/Dutch Roman Catholic priest and Esperantist known for inventing the of Esperanto instruction. (en)
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