By H. Gordon Skilling
The booklet examines the background of Czechoslovakia within the seventy years for the reason that its founding by means of T.G.Masaryk. It analyses the profound adjustments which came about in the course of the First Republic, the Nazi profession, postwar liberation and communist rule, together with either the Stalinist years, the Prague Spring of 1968 and the next interval of normalization to 1988.
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102. Slovo ma poslanec Masaryk, p. 201. Ibid, p. 207. Bohus Tomsa, Masarykftv zapas 0 pravo pfirozene (Praha, 1928), p. 4. Krofta, 'Masaryk a nas politicky program', pp. 102-3. Ibid, p. 105. , 1924), p. 390. Palacky, Doslov k Radhostu, p. 50. Frantisek Palacky, Doslov z roku 1874, in Uvahy a projevy (Praha, 1977), p. 463. Jaroslav Werstadt, Od 'CeSkeolazky' k' Nove Evrope': Linie politickeho vyvoje Masarykova (Praha, 1922), pp. 24-5. Quoted in Opat, Filozof a pOlilik, p. 111. Cas, 1 February 1890.
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Kovtun 33 He asked them plainly to return to the Czechs those goods which they had 'gained illegally'. 28 In a similar way the programme of the People's Party, while rejecting a complete separation ofthe Czechs and Germans in the Czech lands, recommended a far-reaching national autonomy with the administration of the country divided into Czech and German districts. Masaryk's dissatisfaction with the stalemate in Czech-German relations was clearly reflected in his Reichsrat speech in May 1913 in which he blamed the Germans for rejecting universal suffrage for the Czech Diet and for preferring what he termed 'a Junker regimentation' in Bohemia.
Czechoslovakia 1918–88: Seventy Years from Independence by H. Gordon Skilling
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