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Collegium Carolinum(83 clicks)
Here you will find information for both academics and students of Czech Studies as well as for everyone that is interested in the history and culture of the Bohemian Lands or the Czech Republic and Slovakia.Crisis over Czechoslovakia: March - September 1938(73 clicks)
This site contains a collection of key documents and other materials relating to the "Munich crisis" of 1938. The documents reflect the attitude of Nazi Germany towards Czechoslovakia and the development of the British response to the rising international tension in Central Europe culminating in the Munich Agreement.Czech and Slovak History: An American Bibliography(88 clicks)
his selective English-language bibliography is based mainly on materials published in the United States. The main source for the selection of the monographs was the Library of Congress computerized catalog. Periodical articles were selected from ca. 70 periodicals, most of them published in America.Czech Book Covers of the 1920's and 1930's(89 clicks)
Not recognized as an important focus for academic inquiry until the mid-1970s, Czech book design has recently been the subject of several exhibitions and publications, including "The Czech avant-garde and Czech book design: the 1920s and 1930s" at the Florham-Madison Campus Library, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Madison, New Jersey. Drawn from the Emma Linen Dana collection, the books in that exhibition, many of them now in the collection of the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum Library through the facilitation of Dr. James Fraser, comprise the foundation from which this essay explores Czech book design. Czech Republic History(86 clicks)
Czech Republic: Primary Documents(98 clicks)
History of the Czech Republic(97 clicks)
From Emulate Me. Detailed.Jan Hus, Priest and Martyr (6 Jul 1415)(99 clicks)
Slovak and Czech Archives(81 clicks)
by Duncan B. Gardiner, Ph.D., C.G., A.G. Genealogical research.
THE FUHRER GIVES THE JEWS A CITY - Life in Theresienstadt Camp(91 clicks)
"This film is about a concentrated place in a Czechoslovakian city named Theresienstadt, given to the Jews for preparations to deport them to either Israel or Madagascar.
This is not a Hollywood back-lot. This is not a 'reenactment' from false testimony. This is the real thing.
Adolph Hitler had signed an agreement with the Zionists in 1933, to transport the Jews (Khazars) of Europe to Israel. Along with their wealth. On German ships (flying the swastika flag) and trains. This was called the "Transfer Agreement." (Documentary available on Internet Archive. http://www.archive.org/details/1933-ZionistsSignADealWithHitlerToCreateIsrael-TheTransfer)"The Prague Spring(84 clicks)
The attempt to become more democratic and the crushing of the movement by Soviet forces in 1968. Interesting article but you have to get past the ads on the site. The Prague Spring and the Soviet Invasion of Czechoslovakia(74 clicks)
New Interpretations (Second of two parts) By Mark Kramer
The rise and fall of the Przemyslid Dynasty(96 clicks)
Radio Prague's History Online Virtual Exhibit! Check this site out for more Czech history.
The unfortunate legacy of the Prague Spring(72 clicks)
Jan Culik. Written for the Scotsman.
Thirty Years Later: remembering the Prague Spring(79 clicks)
Deborah Michaels writes about the 1968 liberalization of Prague in the Prague Post and the Soviet Union crushing this liberalism.