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Czech and Slovak History: An American Bibliography

Compiled by George J. Kovtun
Introductory Essay by Stanley B. Winters


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Jan Hus

a) Writings by Jan Hus

The Church. Translated, with notes and introduction by Davis S. Schaff. New York: C. Scribner's Sons, 1915. 304p. Translation of De ecclesia.

----- Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press [1974, c1915] 304p.

The Letters of Jan Hus. Edited and translated by Herbert B. Workman and Robert M. Pope. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1904. 286p.

The Letters of Jan Hus. Translated from the Latin and the Czech by Matthew Spinka. Manchester: Manchester University Press; [Totowa, N.J.] Rowman and Littlefield, 1972. 233p. Based on critical edition of letters published in 1920 by Vaclav Novotny.

Mag. Johannis Hus Tractatus Responsivus. Edited with critical introduction by S. Harrison Thomson. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1927. 173p. Text in Latin. S. Harrison Thomson's critical introduction on p. v-xxxiv.

b) Writings about Jan Hus

Bartak, Joseph P. John Hus at Constance: An Interpretation. Nashville: Cokesbury Press [1935] 79p.

Betts, Reginald R. "The Influence of Realist Philosophy on Jan Hus and His Predecessors in Bohemia." Slavonic and East European Review 29, no. 73 (June 1951): 402-19. Also in his Essays in Czech History, 1969 [Chapter 4, Betts]: 42- 62.

Betts, Reginald R. "Jan Hus." In his Essays in Czech History, 1969 [Chapter 4, Betts]: 176-94.

Bonnechose, Francois P. de. The Reformers before the Reformation: The Fifteenth Century: John Huss and the Council of Constance. Translated from the French by Campbell Mackenzie. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1844. 199p. Translation of Les reformateurs avant la Reforme.

----- ----- New York: AMS Press, [1980] 199p.

Crews, C. D. "The Theology of John Hus, with Special Reference to His Concept of Salvation." PhD diss, University of Manchester, 1975.

Dubbs, Joseph H. "John Huss." In his Leaders of Reformation, 7- 37. Philadelphia: The Heidelberg Press [1898]

Gillett, Ezra H. The Life and Times of John Huss: or, The Bohemian Reformation of the Fifteenth Century. Boston: Gould and Lincoln; New York: Sheldon. 1861. 2 vols.

----- ----- New York: AMS Press, 1978. 2 vols.

Gilpin, William. "Life of John Huss." In his The Lives of Reformers, vol. 1, 1809 [Chapter 4, Gilpin]: 139-208.

Held, Joseph. "Jan Hus." In Czechoslovakia: The Heritage of Ages Past, 1979 [Chapter 4, Brisch and Volgyes] 57-73.

Herben, Jan. Huss and His Followers. London: G. Bles [1926] 214p. Essays on Jan Zizka, Petr Chelcicky, and Jan Blahoslav listed in Biographies and Memoirs, essay on Comenius listed in Jan Amos Komensky (Comenius).

John Huss: A Memoir, Illustrating Some of the Workings of Popery in the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries. Translated from the German by Margaret A. Wyatt. London: R. B. Seely and W. Burnside, 1841. 136p. Author not indicated.

Kitts, Eustace J. Pope John the Twenty-Third and Master John Hus of Bohemia. London: Constable, 1910. 446p.

----- ----- New York: AMS Press, 1978. 446p.

Kubricht, Paul. "The Impact of Historical Interpretation on the Popular Press: The Case of John Hus in Modern Czechoslovakia." Fides et Historia 12, no. 1 (Fall 1979): 29-43.

Kuhns, Levi O. John Huss: The Witness. Cincinnati: Jennings and Graham; New York: Eaton and Mains [c1907] 174p.

Loserth, Johann. Wiclif and Hus. Translated from the German by M. J. Evans. London: Hodderand Stoughton, 1884. 366p.

----- ----- New York: AMS Press, [1980] 366p.

Lutzow, [Francis] Count. The Life and Times of Master John Hus. London: J. M. Dent & Co.; New York: E. P. Dutton & Co., 1909. 398p.

----- ----- New York: AMS Press, 1978, 398p.

Mears, John W. Heroes of Bohemia. Philadelphia: Presbyterian Board of Publication [c1879] 350p. Includes Jan Hus, Jeronym Prazsky and Jan Zizka. Also listed in Biographies and Memoirs .

A Memoir of John Huss. Translated from the German, revised by Thomas O. Summers. Nashville, Tenn.: E. Stevenson & F. A. Owens, agents for the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, 1855. 106p. Author not indicated.

Molnar, Enrico S. "The Liturgical Reforms of John Hus." Speculum 41, no. 2 (April 1966): 297-303.

Molnar, Enrico S. Marsilius of Padua, Wyclyf, and Hus. [Sewanee: University Press of Sewanee, Tennessee, 1962] 12p. Reprinted from January number of Anglican Theological Review, 1962.

Mussolini, Benito. John Huss. Translated by Clifford S. Parker. New York: A. & C. Boni, 1929. 225p.

Mussolini, Benito. Jan Huss, the Veracious. New York: Italian Book Co. [c1939] 151p.

Necas, Jaroslav, and Vaclav Stary. Master John Hus and the Town of Husinec. [Prague: Svepomoc, 1969] 19p.

Novotny, Josef. "Hus and Wycliff." Spirit of Czechoslovakia 4, no. 1-2 (February 6, 1943): 13, 15.

Petr z Mladonovic. John Hus at the Council of Constance. Translation from the Latin and the Czech with notes and introduction by Matthew Spinka. New York: Columbia University Press, 1965 [i.e. 1966] 327p. Translation of Relatio de Magistri Joannis Hus causa. Matthew Spinka's introductory essay 'The Conciliar Movement and the Council of Constance' on p. 3-86. Letters of Hus and relevant documents on p. 235-98.

Rashdall, Hastings. John Huss. Oxford: T. Shrimpton, 1879. 41p.

Roubiczek, Paul, and Joseph Kalmer. Warrior of God: The Life and Death of John Hus. London: Nicholson and Watson [1947] 269p.

Schaff, David S. John Huss: His Life, Teachings and Death; After Five Hundred Years. New York: C. Scribner's Sons, 1915. 349p.

Schwarze, William N. John Hus, the Martyr of Bohemia: A Study of the Dawn of Protestantism. New York, Chicago: Fleming H. Revell [c1915] 152p.

Sedlo, J. "The Influence of John Hus on Europe to the Time of the Reformation, with Special Reference to Central and Eastern Europe." PhD diss, University of Edinburgh, 1943. Also listed in From 1306 to 1608 .

Skodacek, August A. John Hus, Biblical Preacher. [Pittsburgh] Slovak Evangelical Union of America, 1952. 136p.

Smahel, Frantisek. "Jan Hus - Heretic or Patriot?" History Today 40, no. 4 (April 1990): 27-33.

Smith, Daniel, comp. The Martyrs of Bohemia: or, Brief Memoirs of John Huss and Jerome of Prague. New York: Lane & Tippett, for the Sunday-School Union of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 1846. 237p. Text indebted to considerable extent to work of Francois P. de Bonnechose, listed in this chapter. Also listed in Biographies and Memoirs , under Jeronym Prazsky.

Spinka, Matthew. "Hus' Trial at the Council of Constance." In Czechoslovakia Past and Present, vol. 2, 1969 [Chapter 4, Rechcigl]: 1208-20.

Spinka, Matthew. John Hus: A Biography. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1968. 344p.

----- ----- Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1979, c1968. 344p.

Spinka, Matthew. Jan Hus and the Czech Reform. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press [1941] 81p.

----- ----- Hamden, Conn.: Archon Books, 1966 [c1941] 81p.

Spinka, Matthew. John Hus' Concept of the Church. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1966. 432p.

Spinka, Matthew. "John Hus' Conflict over Papal Indulgences." On Studies in Czechoslovak History, vol. 1, 1976 [Chapter 4, Rechcigl]: 1-14.

Steed, Henry Wickham. "Jan Hus and T. G. Masaryk." Spirit of Czechoslovakia 4, no. 9-10 (September 30, 1943): 85-86.

Wratislaw, Albert H. John Hus: The Commencement of Resistance to Papal Authority on the Part of the Inferior Clergy. London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge; New York: E. & J. B. Young, 1882. 408p.

Wylie, James H. The Council of Constance to the Death of John Hus. London, New York: Longmans, Green, 1900. 192p.

Jan Amos Komensky (Comenius)

a) Writings by Komensky

Angelus pacis

The Angel of Peace. Edited by Milos Safranek, introduction by Matthew Spinka. Translated by W. A. Morison. New York: Pantheon Books [1944] 125p. Latin and English on opposite pages.

Conatuum Comenianorum praeludia

A Reformation of Schooles. Translated into English by Samuel Hartlib. London: Printed for Michael Sparke, 1642. 94p.

----- Menston, Eng.: Scolar Press, 1969. 94p. Facsimile of first English edition of 1642.

A Petterne of Universall Knowledge, in a Plaine and True Draught: or, A Diatyposis, or Model of the Eminently Learned, and Pious Promoter of Science in Generall. Translated into English by Jeremy Collier. London: Printed for T. H. and J. Collins, 1651. 180p.

Consultatio catholica de rerum humanarum emendatione

Comenius's Pampaedia, or, Universal Education. Translated from the Latin by A. M. O. Dobbie. Dover, Kent: Buckland Publications, c1986. 219p. Translation of Part 4, Pampaedia.

Continuatio admonitionis fraternae

Comenius' sjalvbiografi = Comenius about Himself. Uppsala: Foreningen for Svensk Undervisningshistoria, 1975, i.e. 1976. 296p. Text in English, Latin, and Swedish; with preface in English.

Didactica magna

The Great Didactic of John Amos Comenius. Translated and edited, with biographical, historical and critical introductions, by M. W. Keatinge. London: A. and C. Black, 1896. 468p.

----- London: A. and C. Black, 1910. 169, 319p. Introductions in Part 1, text in Part 2.

----- London: A. and C. Black. 1921-1923. 169, 316p.

----- New York: Russell & Russell [1967] 169, 316p. Part 1, introductions, reprinted from 1910 edition, Part 2, text, reprinted from 1923 edition.

Comenius. New York and London: McGraw-Hill, 1931. 255. Reprint in slightly shortened form of Maurice W. Keatinge's translation of The Great Didactic, preceded by brief outline of Comenius' life and his educational views.

Diogenes Cynicus redivivus

Diogenes the Cynic Back from the Grace. Translated from the Latin by Michael C. Mittelstadt. [New York? Czechoslovak Society of Arts and Sciences in America, c1970] 73p.

Ianua linguarum

Porta linguarum trilinguis reserata et aperta... The Gate of Tongues Unlocked and Opened... London: Printed by Thomas Cotes for Michael Sparkes, 1633. 282p. Latin, English, and French in parallel columns.

Porta linguarum trilinguis reserata et aperta... The Gate of Tongues Unlocked and Opened... London: Printed by Anne Griffin for Michael Sparke, 1637. 241p. Latin, English, and French.

Porta linguarum trilinguis reserata et aperta... The Gate of Tongues Unlocked and Opened... London: Printed by Edward Griffin for Michael Sparke, 1639. 211p. Latin, English, and French.

Porta linguarum trilinguis reserata et aperta... The Gate of Tongues Unlocked and Opened... London: Printed by Edward Griffin for George Hutton, 1640. 211p. Latin, English, and French.

Janua linguarum reserata... The Entry-Doore of Languages Unlocked... Formerly translated by Th. Horn, now reviewed and enlarged both in the Latin and English by Joh. Robotham. London: Printed by R. Young for T. Slater, 1641. [376] p. Latin, English, and French.

Janua linguarum reserata... The Gate of Languages Unlocked...Formerly translated by Th. Horn, afterwards much corrected and amended by Joh. Robotham, now carefully reviewed... and much enlarged both in the Latine and English. London: Printed by James Young for Thomas Slater, 1643. [376]p.

Janua linguarum reserata... The Gate of Languages Unlocked...Formerly translated by Th. Horn, afterwards much corrected and amended by Joh. Robotham, now carefully reviewed... and much enlarged both in the Latine and English. London: Printed by James Young for Thomas Slater, 1647. [440]p.

Janua linguarum reserata... The Gate of Languages Unlocked...Formerly translated by Th. Horn, afterwards much corrected and amended by Joh. Robotham, now carefully reviewed by W. D. ... London: Printed by W. Du-gard for Thomas Slater, 1650. [420]p.

Janua linguarum reserata... The Gate of Languages Unlocked...Formerly translated by Th. Horn, afterwards much corrected and amended by Joh. Robotham, now carefully reviewed by W. D. ... London: Printed by E. Griffin and W. Hunt for T. Slater, 1652. [414]p.

Latinae linguae janua reserata... The Gate of the Latine Tongue Unlocked... London: Printed by W. Du-Gard for John Clark, 1656. 332 [387]p. Latin and English on opposite pages.

Janua linguarum reserata... The Gate of Languages Unlocked...Formerly translated by Th. Horn, afterwards much corrected and amended by Joh. Robotham, now carefully reviewed by W. D. ... London: Printed by E. Cotes for Company of Stationers, 1659. [414]p.

Janua linguarum trilinguis... Londini: Ex officina Rogeri Danielis [1662) 274p. English, Latin, and Greek in parallel columns.

Janua linguarum reserata... The Gate of Languages Unlocked...Formerly translated by Th. Horn, afterwards much corrected and amended by Joh. Robotham, now carefully reviewed by W. D. ... London: Printed by E. Cotes for Company Stationers, 1667. [414]p.

Joannis-Amos Comenii Janua linguarum cum versione anglicana...Janua Linguarum Translated into English and Printed according to J. A. Comenius His Last Edition... London: Printed by John Redmayne, 1670. 285p. Latin and English in parallel columns.

Janua linguarum trilinguis... Londini: Typis J. Redmayne, 1670. 274p. English, Latin, and Greek.

Janua linguarum reserata... The Gate of Languages Unlocked...Formerly translated by Th. Horn, afterwards much corrected and amended by Joh. Robotham, now carefully reviewed by W. D. ... London: Printed by T. R. and N. T. for Company Stationers, 1673. [414]p.

Janua linguarum trilinguis... Londini: Ex officina Elizabethae Redmayne, 1685. 331p. English, Latin, and Greek in parallel columns.

Informatorium skoly materske

The School of Infancy: An Essay on the Education of Youth, during Their First Six Years. London: W. Mallalieu, 1858. 75p. Translated, with a sketch of life of Comenius, by Daniel Benham. Translation of German edition, Mutterschule.

Comenius' School of Infancy: An Essay on the Education of Youth during the First Six Years. Edited, with an introduction and notes, by Will S. Monroe. Boston, Chicago, New York: D. C. Heath, c1893. 99p. Will S. Monroe's edition follows Daniel Benham's translation of German edition, with some newly translated parts.

----- Boston: D.C. Heath, 1896. 99p.

----- London: Isbister, 1897. 99p.

----- Boston: D. C. Heath, 1901. 95p.

The School of Infancy. Edited with an introduction by Ernest M. Eller. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press [1956] 130p. Translation of Mutterschule.

Ksaft umirajici matky Jednoty bratrske

The Bequest of the Unity of Brethren. Translated by Matthew Spinka. Chicago: The National Union of Czechoslovak Protestants in America, 1940. 38p.

"From the 'Bequest of the Dying Mother of the Unity of Brethren'." Translated by Paul Selver. In A Short Survey of Czech Literature, edited by Frantisek Chudoba, 187-93. New York: E. P. Dutton, 1924.

----- ----- In An Anthology of Czechoslovak Literature, edited by Paul Selver, 37-42. London: K. Paul, Trench, Trubner, 1929.

Labyrint sveta

The Labyrinth of the World and the Paradise of the Heart. Edited and translated by Franz H. von Lutzow. London: Swan Sonnenschein, 1901. 347p.

----- New York: E. P. Dutton, 1901. 347p.

----- New York: Arno Press, 1971. 347p. Reprint of the 1901 edition.

----- 2nd ed. London: Swan Sonnenschein, 1902. 347p.

----- 2nd ed. New York: E. P. Dutton, 1902. 347p.

---- Edited and translated by Franz H. von Lutzow. London: J. M. Dent, 1905. 306p.

----- Translated by Matthew Spinka. Illustrated by Enrico C. S. Molnar. Chicago, Ill.: The National Union of Czechoslovak Protestants in America, 1942. 170p.

----- Translated by Franz H. von Lutzow. Illustrated by Dorothea Braby. [London] Golden Cockerel Press, 1950. 271 p. Edition limited to 370 copies.

----- Newly translated by Matthew Spinka. Ann Arbor [Dept. of Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of Michigan] 1972. 148 [55]p.

"The Labyrinth of the World and the Paradise of the Heart." Translated by William E. Harkins. In Czech Prose: An Anthology, edited by William E. Harkins, 65-75. Ann Arbor, Mich.: Dept. of Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of Michigan, c1983. Translated Chapter 10 of Labyrint sveta a raj srdce.

Methodus linguarum novissim

Analytical Didactic. Translated from the Latin with introduction and notes by Vladimir Jelinek. Chicago: University of Chicago Press [1953] 239p. Translation of Chapter 1O.

Orbis sensualium pictus

Orbis Sensualium Pictus. Translated into English by Charles Hoole. London: Printed for J. Kirton, 1659. 309p.

----- London: Printed by T. R. for S. Mearne, 1672. 309p.

----- London: Printed for Charles Mearne, 1685. 309p.

----- Translated into English by Charles Hoole. London: Printed for John Sprint, 1700. 201p.

----- London: Printed for John Sprint, 1705. 194p.

----- Translated into English by Charles Hoole. London: Printed for S. Leacroft, 1777. 197p.

----- Translated into English by Charles Hoole. 1st American ed. New York: Printed by J. & J. Swords, 1810. 213p.

----- English translation by Charles Hoole. Syracuse, NY: C. W. Bardeen, 1887. 194p.

----- Syracuse, NY: C. W. Barden, 1887. Detroit: Singing Tree Press, 1968. 194p.

----- A facsimile of the first English edition of 1659. Introduced by John E. Sadler. London: Oxford U. P., 1968. 450p.

----- Menston, Eng.: Scolar Press, 1970. 309p. Facsimile of first English edition of 1659.

Physicae synopsis

Naturall Phiolosophie Reformed by Divine Light: Or, A synopsis of Physicks... London: Printed by R. and W. Leybourn for T. Pierrepont, 1651. 256p.

Regulae vitae

Some Rules for the Conduct of Human Life. Chiefly done from the Latin... by Edward Synge. London: Printed for Richard Williamson, 1736. 44p.

Rules of Life. London: W. Mallalieu, 1865. 19p.

Revelationes

Prophecies of Christopher Kotterus, Christiana Poniatovia, Nicholas Drabicius, Three Famous German Prophets, Foretelling Forty Years Agoe This Present Invasion of the Turks into the Empire of Germany, and the Events That Will Ensue... Translated into English by R. Codrington. London: Printed for R. Pawlet, 1664. 115p.

A Generall Table of Europe, Representing the Present and Future States Thereof: Viz. The Present Governments, Languages, Religions, Foundations, and Revolutions Both of Governments and Religions... From the Prophecies of the Three Late German Prophets, Kotterus, Christina, and Drabicius... London: Printed for Benjamin Billingsley, 1670. 288, 23p.

Via lucis

The Way of Light. Translated with introduction by E. T. Capmagnac. Liverpool: University Press; London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1938. 234p.

Selections

J. A. Comenius: Selections from His Works. [Prepared by Jiri Kyrasek, with an introduction of Ivan A. Poldauf; translation of the Czech texts by Z. Konecny.] Prague: Statni pedagogicke nakladatelstvi, 1964. 163p.

John Amos Comenius on Education. With an introduction by Jean Piaget. New York: Teachers College Press [1967? c1957] 236p. Selected texts including excerpts from The Labyrinth of the World and the Paradise of the Heart, The Great Didactic, The Pampaedia and The Panorthosia, and short bibliography.

A Perfect Reformation: An Anthology. Selected by Amedeo Molnar, with an introduction by J. L. Hromadka. Prague: Ecumenical Institute of the Comenius Faculty of Protestant Theology, 1957. 69p.

Selections. Introduction by Jean Piaget. [Paris] Unesco [1957] 183p. Translated selections from The Labyrinth of the World, The Great Didactic, The Pampaedia, and The Panorthosia.

b) Writings about Komensky

COLLECTIONS (Full citations in Collections)

Busek, Vratislav, ed. Comenius. 1972.

Consultationes de consultatione. 1970.

Dobinson, Charles H., ed. Comenius and Contemporary Education: An International Symposium. 1970.

Foldes, Eva, and Instvan Meszaros, eds. Comenius and Hungary: Essays. 1973.

Kyralova, Marie, and Jana Privratska, eds. Symposium Comenianum 1982: The Impact of J. A. Comenius on Educational Thinking and Practice. 1984.

Needham, Joseph, ed. The Teacher of Nations: Addresses and Essays in Commemoration of the Great Czech Educationalist Jan Amos Komensky. 1942.

INDIVIDUAL WRITINGS

Adamson, John W. Pioneers of Modern Education 1600-1700. Cambridge: University Press, 1905. 285p. Extensive discussion of Comenius, especially in Chapters 3, 4, and 5.

----- ----- Second impression. Cambridge: University Press, 1921. 285p.

----- ----- New York: Teachers College Press [1972] 285p. Reprint of 1921 edition.

Anastasas, Florence H. And They Called Him Amos; The Story of John Amos Comenius: A Woodcut in Words. New York [i.e. Jericho, N.Y.] Exposition Press [c1973] 319p.

Auba, Jean. "Comenius and the Organisation of Education." In Comenius and Contemporary Education: An International Symposium, 1970 [Chapter 4, Dobinson]: 52-59.

Bakos, Jozsef. "On Comenius the Philologist, in View of the Linguistic, Terminological and Textological Problems Relating to Hungarian." In Comenius and Hungary: Essays, 1973 [Chapter 4, Foldes]: 145-55.

Barker, Ernest. "The Debt of Europe to Czechoslovakia and to Comenius." In The Teacher of Nations: Addresses and Essays in Commemoration of the Visit to England of the Great Czech Educationalist Jan Amos Komensky, 1942 [Chapter 4, Needham]: 78- 85.

Beckova, Marta. "Bibliography on Consultatio Catholica." In Consultationes de consultatione, 1970 [Chapter 4, Consultationes]: 157-98.

Beckova, Marta. "On the Development of Comenius Research in Czechoslovakia since the War." In Symposium Comenianum 1982: The Impact of J. A. Comenius on Educational Thinking and Practice, 1984 [Chapter 4, Kyralova]: 143-50.

Bednarova, T. J. "The Pedagogical Views of J. A. Comenius in the Pedagogical Literature of the Soviet Ukraine." In Symposium Comenianum 1982: The Impact of J. A. Comenius on Educational Thinking and Practice, 1984 [Chapter 4, Kyralova]: 139-41.

Benes, Edvard. "The Place of Comenius in History as a Good European. " In The Teacher of Nations: Addresses and Essays in Commemoration of the Visit to England of the Great Czech Educationalist Jan Amos Komensky, 1942 [Chapter 4, Needham]: 1-9.

Bernal, John D. "Comenius' visit to England, and the Rise of Scientific Societies in the Seventeenth Century." In The Teacher of Nations: Addresses and Essays in Commemoration of the Visit to England of the Great Czech Educationalist Jan Amos Komensky, 1942 [Chapter 4, Needham]: 27-34.

Bienkowski, Tadeusz. "Some Notes on the Comenilogy in Poland in Recent Years." In Symposium Comenianum 1982: The Impact of J. A. Comenius on Educational Thinking and Practice, 1984 [Chapter 4, Kyralova]: 137-38.

Bradbrook, B[ohuslava] R. "Comenius in England." In Comenius, 1972 [Chapter 4, Busek]: 19-32.

Brambora, Josef. "Comenius' Essays on Tentamina." In Consultationes de consultatione, 1970 [Chapter 4, Consultationes]: 141-56.

Brambora, Josef. "The Significance of Comenius' Stay at Sarospatak in the Evolution of His Pedagogic and Pansophic Concepts." In Comenius and Hungary: Essays, 1973 [Chapter 4, Foldes]: 25-29.

Busek, Vratislav. "Comenius' 'Sorrowful'." In Comenius, 1972 [Chapter 4, Busek]: 174-84.

Butler, Nicholas Murray. The Place of Comenius in the History of Education. Syracuse, NY: C. W. Bardeen, 1892. 20p.

Cach, Josef. "Methodological Aspects of Comenius Research in Relation to the Methods of the History of Education." In Symposium Comenianum 1982: The Impact of J. A. Comenius on Educational Thinking and Practice, 1984 [Chapter 4, Kyralova]: 83-88.

Capek, Milic. "Comenius and the Moral Problem of Exile." In Comenius, 1972 [Chapter 4, Busek]: 33-47.

Capkova, Dagmar. "On the Impact of J. A. Comenius to the Theory and Practice of Education." In Symposium Comenianum 1982: The Impact of J. A. Comenius on Educational Thinking and Practice, 1984 [Chapter 4, Kyralova]: 11-28.

Capkova, Dagmar. "The Recommendations of Comenius Regarding the Education of Young Children." In Comenius and Contemporary Education, 1970 [Chapter 4, Dobinson]: 17-33.

Capkova, Dagmar. "Some Questions of the Integrity of Education and the Development of Man in Consultatio Catholica. In Consultationes de consultatione, 1970 [Chapter 4, Consultationes]: 85-117.

Cervenka, Jaromir. "One Hundred Years of the Views on Comenius' Pansophia." In Consultationes de consultatione, 1970 [Chapter 4, Consultationes]: 21-84.

Clauser, Jerome K. "The Pansophist: Comenius." In The Educated Man: Studies in the History of Educational Thought, edited by Paul Nash, Andreas M. Kazamias, and Henry J. Perkinson, 165-88. Huntington, N.Y.: R. E. Krieger, 1980, c1965.

----- ----- New York: Wiley, 1965.

Crowther, James G. "The Social Relations of Science in the Seventeenth and the Twentieth Centuries." In The Teacher of Nations: Addresses and Essays in Commemoration of the Visit to England of the Great Czech Educationalist Jan Amos Komensky, 1942 [Chapter 4, Needham]: 74-77.

Cuma, Andrej. "The Estimation of the Great Didactic of J. A. Comenius by the Russian Educationalists in the Second Half of the 19th Century." In Symposium Comenianum 1982: The Impact of J. A. Comenius on Educational Thinking and Practice, 1984 [Chapter 4, Kyralova]: 89-93.

"Denis and Masaryk on Comenius." 1921. For full citation see Tomas G. Masaryk.

Dolezel, Lubomir. "Composition of Comenius' The Labyrinth of the World and the Paradise of the Heart by Jan A. Komensky." In his Narrative Modes in Czech Literature, 56-77. [Toronto] University of Toronto Press [1973]

Floss, Pavel. "The Problems of Comenius's Sensualism." In Symposium Comenianum 1982: The Impact of J. A. Comenius on Educational Thinking and Practice, 1984 [Chapter 4, Kyralova]: 103-05.

Foldes, Eva. "Comenius' Connections with the Anti-Feudal Movements." In Comenius and Hungary: Essays, 1973 [Chapter 4, Foldes]: 51-68.

Forster, Leonard. "Unpublished Comeniana II: An Unnoticed Czech Poem by Comenius." Slavonic and East European Review 39, no. 92 (December 1960): 24-30.

Geffrey, William E. "The Epistemology of John Amos Comenius." PhD diss, University of the Pacific, 1980.

Helus, Z. "Comenius on the Relationship of Education to Man's Substance." In Symposium Comenianum 1982: The Impact of J. A. Comenius on Educational Thinking and Practice, 1984 [Chapter 4, Kyralova]: 169-71.

Herben, Jan. "John Amos Komensky and the Decline of the Brotherhood." In his Huss and His Followers, 163-91. London: G. Bles [1926]

Hermans, An. "The Interest in Joannes Amos Comenius in Belgium during the Second Half of the 19th Century: An Exploratory Study." In Symposium Comenianum 1982: The Impact of J. A. Comenius on Educational Thinking and Practice, 1984 [Chapter 4, Kyralova]: 131-35.

Heyberger, Anna. "Bibliographies." In The Teacher of Nations: Addresses and Essays in Commemoration of the Visit to England of the Great Czech Educator Jan Amos Komensky, 1942 [Chapter 4, Needham]: 90-99. Contains select bibliography of educational and scientific works of Comenius and select bibliography of publications concerning Comenius.

Hofmann, Franz. "J. A. Comenius's Educational System and Its Significance for History." In Symposium Comenianum 1982: The Impact of J. A. Comenius on Educational Thinking and Practice, 1984 [Chapter 4, Kyralova]: 47-50.

Hohendorf, Gerd. "On the Influence of Ratichian and Comenian Theory of Education on School Method in Gotha Edited by Andreas Reyher in 1642." In Symposium Comenianum 1982: The Impact of J. A. Comenius on Educational Thinking and Practice, 1984 [Chapter 4, Kyralova]: 77-82.

Hujer, Karel. "Comenius and His Astronomical World View." In Comenius, 1972 [Chapter 4, Busek]: 48-55.

Husen, Torsten. "Comenius and Sweden: A Personal Account". In Symposium Comenianum 1982: The Impact of J. A. Comenius on Educational Thinking and Practice, 1984 [Chapter 4, Kyralova]: 29-35.

Jakobson, Roman. "The Czech Comenius." Translated from Czech by Ann Hopkins. Cross Currents 2 (1983): 207-10. First American publication by Roman Jakobson; originally delivered as a lecture on 5 December 1942 at the New York-based Ecole libre des hautes etudes in exile, subsequently published by New Yorske listy.

Jakubec, Jan. Johannes Amos Comenius. Prague: Orbis, 1928. 59p. Contains life of Comenius by Jan Jakubec, with forewords by T. G. Masaryk and Josef Zubaty.

----- ----- New York: Arno Press, 1971. 59p.

Joboru, Magda. "Comenius' Legacy." In Comenius and Hungary: Essays, 1973 [Chapter 4, Foldes]: 157-59.

Juva, Vladimir. "J. A. Comenius and His Striving for Universal Education." In Symposium Comenianum 1982: The Impact of J. A. Comenius on Educational Thinking and Practice, 1982 [Chapter 4, Kyralova]: 43-46.

Kodobocz, Jozsef. "Comenius and Teacher Training at Sarospatak." In Comenius and Hungary: Essays, 1973 [Chapter 4, Foldes]: 89-99.

Kodytkova, Dagmar. "Some Features of Our Conception of Education towards the World Outlook and of the Relation to the World." In Symposium Comenianum 1982: The Impact of J. A. Comenius on Educaional Thinking and Practice, 1984 [Chapter 4, Kyralova]: 173-75.

Kokoschka, Oskar. "Comenius, the English Revolution, and Our Present Plight." In The Teacher of Nations: Addresses and Essays in Commemoration of the Visit to England of the Great Czech Educationalist Jan Amos Komensky, 1942 [Chapter 4, Needham]: 61- 69

Komor, Ilona. "The Problems of Technological Culture in 'Schola Ludus'." In Comenius and Hungary: Essays 1973 [Chapter 4, Foldes]: 79-88.

Kopecky, Milan. "The Creative Art of Comenius in the Process of Education and Upbringing." In Symposium Comenianum 1982: The Impact of J. A. Comenius in Educational Thinking and Practice, 1984 [Chapter 4, Kyralova]: 119-23.

Kozik, Frantisek. The Sorrowful and Heroic Life of John Amos Comenius. Translated by Edith Pargeter. Prague: State Education Publishing House, 1958. 187p. Translation of Bolestny a hrdinsky zivot J. A. Komenskeho.

Krempl, Rudolf K. "The Trinitary System in the Works of Comenius." In Comenius, 1972 [Chapter 4, Busek]: 56-76.

Krotky, Etienne. "The Relevance of J. A. Comenius's Educational Thinking and Practice." In Symposium Comenianum 1982: The Impact of J. A. Comenius on Educational Thinking and Practice, 1984 [Chapter 4, Kyralova]: 95-101.

Kukulski, Zygmunt. "The Educational Genius of Comenius." Spirit of Czechoslovakia 2, no. 9-10 (September 30, 1941): 9. Kulic, Vaclav. "J. A. Comenius and Contemporary Psychodidactics." In Symposium Comenianum 1982: The Impact of J. A. Comenius on Educational Thinking and Practice, 1984 [Chapter 4, Kyralova]: 177-78.

Kuzmin, M. N. "Pedagogical Work of J. A. Comenius in the Context of the Socio-Cultural Processes of His Time." In Symposium Comenianum 1982: The Impact of J. A. Comenius on Educational Thinking and Practice, 1984 [Chapter 4, Kyralova]: 37-40.

Kyrasek, Jiri. "The Teaching of Comenius and Modern Education." In Comenius and Hungary: Essays, 1973 [Chapter 4, Foldes]: 37-43.

Ladanyi, Erzsebet. "The Graduates of the Sarospatak School in the Time of Comenius in the Everyday Life of the Hegyalja District." In Comenius and Hungary: Essays, 1973 [Chapter 4, Foldes]: 133- 44.

Laurie, Simon S. John Amos Comenius, Bishop of the Moravians: His Life and Educational Works. Syracuse, N.Y.: C. W. Bardeen, 1892. 272p.

----- ----- New York: B. Franklin [1973] 272p.

Limiti, Giuliana. "The Relevance of Comenius Today." In Symposium Comenianum 1982: The Impact of J. A. Comenius on Educational Thinking and Practice, 1984 [Chapter 4, Kyralova]: 41-42.

Maller, Sandor. "In Memory of Comenius." In Comenius and Hungary: Essays, 1973 [Chapter 4, Foldes]: 11-17.

Marklund, Sixten. "School Stages and Student Development: An Application of Comenian Thinking." In Symposium Comenianum 1982: The Impact of J. A. Comenius on Educational Thinking and Practice, 1984 [Chapter 4, Kyralova]: 55-63.

Masaryk, Jan. "The Tradition of Comenius." Spirit of Czechoslovakia 2, no. 11-12 (December 31, 1941): 4.

Matthews, Albert. "Comenius and Harvard College." Publications of the Colonial Society of Massachusetts 21 (Transactions 1919): 146-90.

Meszaros, Istvan. "On the History of the Sarospatak School in the 15th-16th Centuries and on Comenius' 'Schola Trivialis' There." In Comenius and Hungary: Essays, 1973 [Chapter 4, Foldes]: 111- 32.

Michel, Gerhard. "The Concept of Classroom Teaching/Instruction in the Works of Comenius." In Symposium Comenianum 1982: The Impact of J. A. Comenius on Educational Thinking and Practice, 1984 [Chapter 4, Kyralova]: 71-75.

Miskovska-Kozakova, V. T. "Elements of Syntaxis in the Constructed Language of Comenius." In Consultationes de consultatione, 1970 [Chapter 4, Consultationes]: 119-39.

[Molnar, Enrico S] John Amos Comenius, 1592-1942. Redlands, Calif.: [Printed by West-o-craft Studio] 1942. 4p. Note on title page: 'By a member of the original Unity of Brethren of Bohemia, now in the United States'.

Monroe, Will S. Comenius, and the Beginnings of Educational Reform. New York: C. Scribner's Sons, 1900. 184p.

----- ----- London: W. Heinemann, 1900. 184p.

----- ----- New York: C. Scribner's Sons, 1907. 184p.

----- ----- New York: Arno Press, 1971. 184p.

Monroe, Will S. Comenius, the Evangelist of Modern Pedagogy. [Boston, 1892] 7p. Reprinted from December Education, 1892.

Morris, Henry. "Education and Community." In The Teacher of Nations: Addresses and Essays in Commemoration of the Great Czech Educationalist Jan Amos Komensky, 1942 [Chapter 4, Needham]: 18- 26.

Odlozilik, Otakar. "Comenius and Christian Unity." Slavonic Review 9, no. 25 (June 1930): 79-93.

Odlozilik, Otakar. "Comenius in London." Spirit of Czechoslovakia 2, no. 9-10 (September 30, 1941): 4, 16.

Odlozilik, Otakar. "Comenius' Life and Work in Its Historical Setting." In The Teacher of Nations: Addresses and Essays in Commemoration of the Visit to England of the Great Czech Educationalist Jan Amos Komensky, 1942 [Chapter 4, Needham]: 41- 60.

Odlozilik, Otakar. "Jan Amos Komensky." In Comenius, 1972 [Chapter 4, Busek]: 11-18.

Odlozilik, Otakar. Jan Amos Komensky (Comenius). Chicago: Czechoslovak National Council of America, 1942. 34p.

Opocensky, Jan. "An Ever Faithful Pilgrim." Spirit of Czechoslovakia 2, no. 9-10 (September 30, 1941): 13-14.

Orosz, Lajos. "Comenius' School Reforms at Sarospatak." In Comenius and Hungary: Essays, 1973 [Chapter 4, Foldes]: 101-10.

Palous, Radim. "Comenius the Chiliast." Czechoslovak and Central European Journal 10, no. 1 (Summer 1991): 1-12.

Paton, John L. "Comenius as a Pioneer of Education." In The Teacher of Nations: Addresses and Essays in Commemoration of the Great Czech Educationalist Jan Amos Komensky, 1942 [Chapter 4, Needham]: 10-17.

Peskova, Jaroslava. "Comenius's Effort to Cultivate Human Personality." In Symposium Comenianum 1982: The Impact of J. A. Comenius on Educational Thinking and Practice, 1984 [Chapter 4, Kyralova]: 113-18.

Pleskot, Jaroslav. Jan Amos Komensky's Years in Fulnek. Translated by Pamela Crossley and Josef Jarab. Praha: Statni pedagogicke nakladatelstvi, 1972. 100p. Includes 13 illustrations and facsimiles. Translation of Fulnecke intermezzo Jana Amosa Komenskeho.

Polisensky, Josef V. "Comenius, Hungary and European Politics in the 17th Century." In Comenius and Hungary: Essays, 1973 [Chapter 4, Foldes]: 19-24.

Polisensky, Josef. "J. A. Comenius and the Education towards Peaceful Cooperation." In Symposium Comenianum 1982: The Impact of J. A. Comenius on Educational Thinking and Practice, 1984 [Chapter 4, Kyralova]: 161-64.

Pollak, Otakar J. "John Amos Comenius' Letters to Heaven." In Comenius, 1972 [Chapter 4, Busek]: 77-86.

Popelova, Jirina. "Consultation Culminates the Endeavours of Comenius." In Symposium Comenianum 1982: The Impact of J. A. Comenius in Educational Thinking and Practice, 1984 [Chapter 4, Kyralova]: 51-54.

Privratska, Jana. "Language Teaching in the Pedagogical System of Comenius." In Symposium Comenianum 1982: The Impact of J. A. Comenius on Educational Thinking and Practice, 1984 [Chapter 4, Kyralova]: 183-84.

Prucha, Jan. "The Difficulty of Instructional Text in the Light of the Views of J. A. Comenius." In Symposium Comenianum 1982: The Impact of J. A. Comenius on Educational Thinking and Practice, 1984 [Chapter 4, Kyralova]: 179-82.

Quick, Robert H. "Comenius." In his Essays on Educational Reformers, 43-67. London: Longmans, Green, 1868. Other editions published in 1886 and in 1895.

Quick, Robert H. "Comenius." In his Essays on Educational Reformers, 119-71. New York: D. Appleton, 1890. Other editions published in 1896, 1970, and 1971.

Roberts, Clarence P. "Comenian Philosophy and Moravian Education from 1850 to the Present Day." PhD diss, Rutgers University, 1979.

Rood, Wilhelmus. Comenius and the Low Countries: Some Aspects of Life and Work of a Czech Exile in the Seventeenth Century. Amsterdam: Van Gendt; New York: Abner Schraem, 1970. 275p.

Rusk, Robert R. "Comenius." In Doctrines of the Great Educators, by Robert R. Rusk and James Scotland, 62-79. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1979. Other editions published in 1918, 1954, 1965, and 1969.

Sadler, John E. "Comenius As a Man." In Comenius and Contemporary Education: An International Symposium, 1970 [Chapter 4, Dobinson]: 9-16.

Sadler, John E. "Comenius As an International Citizen." In Comenius and Contemporary Education: An International Symposium, 1970 [Chapter 4, Dobinson]: 60-75.

Sadler, John E. "The Concept of Universal Education According to J. A. Comenius." PhD diss, University of London (External), 1967.

Sadler, John E. J. A. Comenius and the Concept of Universal Education. New York: Barnes & Noble [1966] 318p.

----- ----- London: Allen & Unwin, 1966. 318p.

Sadler, John E., ed. Comenius. London: Collier-Macmillan [1969] 135p. Comments on Comenius' significance in the areas of philosophy, psychology, sociology, and education. Includes extracts from Great Didactic, Via lucis, The School of Infancy, and other writings.

Schaller, Klaus. "The Impact of Modern Comenius Studies on the Philosophy of Education in the Federal Republic of Germany." In Symposium Comenianum 1982: The Impact of J. A. Comenius on Educational Thinking and Practice, 1984 [Chapter 4, Kyralova]: 65-70.

Schaller, Klaus. "J. A. Comenius' 'Panorthosia'." In Comenius and Hungary: Essays, 1973 [Chapter 4, Foldes]: 31-35.

Sebor, Milos M. "Comenian Pansophia: Geographic Comments." In Comenius, 1972 [Chapter 4, Busek]: 87-92.

Semrad, Jiri. "From Comenius's Conception of Creativity to the Conception in Contemporary Czechoslovak Marxist Pedagogy." In Symposium Comenianum 1982: The Impact of J. A. Comenius on Educational Thinking and Practice, 1984 [Chapter 4, Kyralova]: 185-87.

Singer, Dorothea W. "Comenius and Confidence in the Rational Mind." In The Teacher of Nations: Addresses and Essays in Commemoration of the Visit to England of the Great Czech Educationalist Jan Amos Komensky, 1942 [Chapter 4, Dobinson]: 70- 73.

Skalkova, Jarmila. "J. A. Comenius and Today." In Symposium Comenianum 1982: The Impact of J. A. Comenius on Educational Thinking and Practice, 1984 [Chapter 4, Kyralova]: 7-9.

Skutil, Jan. "Comenius's 'Labyrinth of the World' As the Culmination of the Pedagogical, Didactic and Patriotic Ideas of Zerotin's Apologia." In Symposium Comenianum 1982: The Impact of J. A. Comenius on Educational Thinking and Practice, 1984 [Chapter 4, Kyralova]: 125-29.

Souckova, Milada. "Comenius As a Representative of Baroque Literary Style." In her Baroque in Bohemia, 67-81. Ann Arbor, Mich.: University of Michigan, Michigan Slavic Publications, c1980.

Souckova, Milada. "J. A. Comenius, 1670-1970: A Bibliographical Commemoration." Harvard Library Bulletin 19, no. 4 (October 1971): 412-15.

Spinka, Matthew. "Comenian Pansophic Principles." Church History 22, no. 2 (June 1953): 155-65.

Spinka, Matthew. "Comenius' Ideal of a World Church." In Comenius, 1972 [Chapter 4, Busek]: 93-96.

Spinka, Matthew. "The Irenic Program and Activity of John Amos Comenius." PhD diss, University of Chicago, 1923.

Spinka, Mathew. John Amos Comenius: That Incomparable Moravian. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press [1943] 177p.

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Spinka, Matthew. "The Present Day Significance of John A. Comenius." in The Czechoslovak Contribution to World Culture, 1964 [Chapter 4, Rechcigl]: 493-99.

Srogon, Tomas. "Comenius's Basic Principles of Teaching and Present-Day Didactics." In Symposium Comenianum 1982: The Impact of J. A. Comenius on Educational Thinking and Practice, 1984 [Chapter 4, Kyralova]: 107-11.

Starkova, Vera. "The Return of the First Great Exile." In Comenius, 1972 [Chapter 4, Busek]: 97-103.

Steed, Henry Wickham. "Masaryk and Comenius." Spirit of Czechoslovakia 2, no. 9-10 (September 30, 1941): 7, 18. Also listed in Tomas G. Masaryk.

Stransky, Hugo. "Rabbi Judah Loew of Prague and Jan Amos Comenius: Two Reformers in Education." In Comenius, 1972 [Chapter 4, Busek]: 104-16. Also listed in Jews and Jewish Affairs .

Suchodolski, Bogdan. "Comenius and Teaching Methods." In Comenius and Contemporary Education: An International Symposium, 1970 [Chapter 4, Dobinson]: 34-51.

Svitak, Ivan. "Comenius the Dramatist." In Comenius, 1972 [Chapter 4, Busek]: 117-34.

[Tschizewskij, Dmitrij] Cizevsky, Dmitry. "A Contribution to the Bibliography of Comenius." Harvard Library Bulletin 6, no. 2 (Spring 1952): 250-52. Description of a rare copy of Comenius' Letzte Posaun uber Deutschlandt.

Turnbull, George H. Hartlib, Dury and Comenius: Gleanings from Hartlib's Papers. [Liverpool] University Press of Liverpool, 1947. 477p. Part III devoted to Comenius; includes eight documents.

Turnbull, George H. Samuel Hartlib, a Sketch of His Life and His Relations to J. A. Comenius. London: Oxford University Press, 1920. 79p.

Ujszaszy, Kalman. "The Role of the Ecclesiastical Authorities and of the Princely Family in the Life of the Sarospatak School between 1650 and 1654." In Comenius and Hungary: Essays, 1973 [Chapter 4, Foldes]: 45-50.

Urzidil, Johannes. "Comenius' Meeting with Hollar in London." In Comenius, 1972 [Chapter 4, Busek]: 135-39.

Velinsky, S. J. "Why Comenius Is a Great Personality." In Comenius, 1972 [Chapter 4, Busek]: 140-61.

Vliet, P. van. "Comenius and the Education for Peace in the Netherlands." In Symposium Comenianum 1982: The Impact of J. A. Comenius on Educational Thinking and Practice, 1984 [Chapter 4, Kyralova]: 151-59.

Vocadlo, Otakar. Jespersen and Comenius. Prague: Statni tiskarna, 1929. 18p.

Vrana, Karel. "The Ecumenical Sense of Culture in J. A. Comenius." In Comenius, 1972 [Chapter 4, Busek]: 162-73.

Vrba, Zdenek. "The Significance of Comenius's Work for Present Peace Endeavour and for Peace Education." In Symposium Comenianum 1982: The Impact of J. A. Comenius on Educational Thinking and Practice, 1984 [Chapter 4, Kyralova]: 165-67.

Walterova, Eliska. "The Ideas of J. A. Comenius as Seminal for Solving Problems Concerning the Content of Education Today." In Symposium Comenianum 1982: The Impact of J. A. Comenius on Educational Thinking and Practice, 1984 [Chapter 4, Kyralova]: 189-90.

Wittman, Tibor. "The Image of the New World in the Didactic Works of Comenius.: In Comenius and Hungary: Essays, 1973 [Chapter 4, Foldes]: 69-77.

"Works by Comenius Published in Hungary." In Comenius and Hungary: Essays, 1973 [Chapter 4, Foldes]: 171-75.

Wright, Charles J. Comenius and the Church Universal. London: H. Barber [1941] 65p. Religious portrait of Comenius; includes The Bequest of the Unity of Brethren on p. 41-65.

Young, Robert Fitzgibbon. "Comenius and the Invisible College (1645-1662)." In The Teacher of Nations: Addresses and Essays in Commemoration of the Visit to England of the Great Czech Educationalist Jan Amos Komensky, 1942 [Chapter 4, Needham]: 35- 39.

Young, Robert Fitzgibbon. Comenius and the Indians of New England. London: School of Slavonic and East European Studies in the University of London, King's College, 1929. 27p.

Young, Robert Fitzgibbon. "Table of Dates Illustrating the Life of Comenius (Komensky)." In The Teacher of Nations: Addresses and Essays in Commemoration of the Great Czech Educationalist Jan Amos Komensky, 1942 [Chapter 4, Needham]: 86-89.

Young, Robert Fitzgibbon, ed. Comenius in England. London: Oxford University Press, H. Milford, 1932. 99p. Comenius' visit to London in 1641-1642 described in contemporary documents. Includes ten documents and two chronological tables.

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Tomas G. Masaryk

a) Writings by Masaryk

"An Appeal to the Russian Soviet." New Europe 5, no. 58 (22 November 1917): 187-89. Masaryk's critical comments on instructions given by Russian Soviet to its representative at Paris conference; originally published as open letter in Russkoe Slovo on 30 October 1917.

At the Eleventh Hour: A Memorandum on the Military Situation. [London: Vacher & Sons, 1916] 34p. At head of title: Strictly Confidential.

"Austria Infelix." New Europe 3, no. 29 (3 May 1917): 76-82. Comments on Pangermanism and anti-democratic features of Austria- Hungary.

"Austria under Francis Joseph." New Europe 1, no. 7 (30 November 1916): 193-203.

"Bohemia and the European Crisis." New Europe 2, no. 15 (25 January 1917): 33-47. Also published in Bohemian Review 1, no. 2 (March 1917): 1-8.

["Comments on Goethe"] Slavonic Review 11, no. 31 (July 1932): 139-42.

Declaration of Independence of the Czechoslovak Nation. [New York]: Printed for the Czechoslovak Arts Club by the Marchbanks Press, 1918. 7p. Also The First World War, 1914-18, and Its Aftermath.

Declaration of Independence of the Czechoslovak Nation = Prohlaseni nezavislosti ceskoslovenskeho naroda. [Praha]: O. Zahradnik, 1933. 37p. The official English text, with Czech translation on opposite pages. Comments by Jaroslav Cisar in Czech. Also The First World War, 1914-18, and Its Aftermath.

Defender of Democracy: Masaryk Speaks. By Emil Ludwig. London: I. Nicholson & Watson, 1936. 314p. Translation of Gesprache mit Masaryk. Presentation of Masaryk's views.

Defender of Democracy: Masaryk of Czechoslovakia. By Emil Ludwig. New York: R. M. McBride [1936] 278p. Translation of Gesprache mit Masaryk. Presentation of Masaryk's views.

----- ----- New York: Arno Press, 1971. 278p.

"Forerunners of the Russian Revolution." New Europe 5, no. 63 (27 December 1917): 345-52; no. 64 (3 January 1918): 373-76; 6, no. 67 (24 January 1918): 55-58. Translated excerpts from Masaryk's Russland und Europa. Includes Bakunin, Marx, and Chernyshevsky.

"The Future Status of Bohemia." New Europe 2, no. 19 (22 February 1917): 161-74 Also published in Bohemian Review 1, no. 3 (April 1917): 1-8.

Humanistic Ideals. Translation and pref. by W. Preston Warren. With a foreword by Hubert H. Humphrey. Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press [1971] 132p. Translation of Idealy humanitni.

The Ideals of Humanity and How to Work: Lectures Delivered in 1898 at the University of Prague. W. Preston Warren and Marie J. Kohn-Holocek, trs. Translation revised by H. E. Kennedy. London: G. Allen and Unwin [1938] 191p Translation of Idealy humanitni and Jak pracovat?

----- ----- Freeport, N.Y.: Books for Libraries Pres [1969] 191p.

----- ----- New York: Arno Press, 1971. 191p.

The Lectures of Professor T. G. Masaryk at the University of Chicago, Summer 1902. [By] Draga B. Shillinglaw. Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press [1978] 172p. Part 1 (p. 19-37) provides background; part 2 (p. 41-163) gives English translation of the Czech version of the lectures as published in the Bohemian newspaper Slavie (Racine, Wis.)

"The Literature of Pangermanism (I-V)." New Europe 1, no. 2 (26 October 1916): 57-60, no. 3 (89-92), no. 4 (9 November 1916): 118-24, no. 5 (16 November 1916): 152-56, no. 8 (7 December 1916): 247-49.

Los von Rom: An Address. [Boston] Unitarian Historical Society, 1902. 26p.

The Making of a State: Memories and Observations, 1914-1918. An English version, arranged and prepared with an introduction by Henry Wickham Steed. London: G. Allen & Unwin [1927] 461p. Translation of Svetova revoluce za valky a ve valce, 1914-1918.

----- ----- New York: H. Fertig, 1969 461p. Reprint of the 1927 British edition.

----- ----- New York: F. A. Stokes Co., 1927. 518p.

Masaryk on Marx: An Abridged Edition of T. G. Masaryk, The Social Question: Philosophical and Sociological Foundations of Marxism. Edited and translated by Erazim V. Kohak. Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press [1972] 444p. Translation of Otazka socialni.

Masaryk on Thought and Life: Conversations with Karel Capek. M. and R. Weatherall, trs. London: G. Allen & Unwin [1938] 214p. Translation of part 3 of Hovory s T. G. Masarykem.

----- ----- London: G. Allen & Unwin [1944] 214p.

----- ----- Freeport, N.Y.: Books for Libraries Press [1971] 214p.

----- ----- New York: Arno Press, 1971. 214p.

"Masaryk to the Nation." Czechoslovak Review 7, no. 12 (December 1923): 322-23.

"Masaryk's Birthday Address." Czechoslovak Review 4, no. 4 (April 1920): 164-67.

"Masaryk's First Presidential Message." Czechoslovak Review 3, no. 2 (February 1919): 43-48.

"Masaryk's Message on First Independence Day." Czechoslovak Review 3, no. 12 (December 1919): 382-86.

"Masaryk's New Year Address." Czechoslovak Review 6, no. 2 (February 1922): 35-36.

The Meaning of Czech History. Edited and with an introduction by Rene Wellek. Translated by Peter Kussi. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1974. 169p. Selections from Masaryk's writings (Ceska otazka, Nase nynejsi krise, Jan Hus, Karel Havlicek, Palackeho idea naroda ceskeho).

Modern Man and Religion. With a preface by Vasil K. Skrach. Ann Bibza and Vaclav Benes, trs. Translation revised by H. E. Kennedy. London: G. Allen and Unwin [1938] 320p. Translation of Moderni clovek a nabozenstvi.

----- ----- Freeport, N.Y.: Books for Libraries Press [1970] 320p.

----- ----- Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press [1970] 320p.

The New Europe. (The Slav Standpoint.) [London: Eyre & Spottiswoode], 1918. 74p.

----- ----- New ed. edited by W. Preston Warren and William B. Weist. Introduction by Otakar Odlozilik. Lewisburg [Pa.]: Bucknell University Press [1972] 193p.

"On the Periodization of Czech History." In Masaryk in Perspective: Comments and Criticism, 1981 [Chapter 4, Capek, Milic]: 263-75.

"Pangermanism and the Eastern Question: (Central Europe - Berlin- Bagdad - World Power)." New Europe 1, no. 1 (19 October 1916): 1- 19.

"Pangermanism and the Zone of Small Nations." New Europe 1, no. 9 (14 December 1916): 271-77.

"President Masaryk on Czechoslovakia's Future." Czechoslovak Review 4, no. 7 (July 1920): 264.

President Masaryk Tells His Story: Recounted by Karel Capek.London: G. Allen & Unwin [1934] 302p. Translation of first two parts of Hovory s T. G. Masarykem.

----- ----- New York: Putnam, 1935. 302p.

----- ----- New York: Arno Press, 1971. 302p.

"President Masaryk's First Message to the Czechoslovak Nation." New Europe 10, no. 118 (16 January 1919): 20-23. First message to National Assembly, 22 December 1918.

"Problem of Small Nations and States: Federation of Small States." Czechoslovak Review 7, no. 10 (October 1923): 253-57. Excerpts from The New Europe.

The Problem of Small Nations in the European Crisis: Inaugural Lecture at the University of London, King's College. London: Council for the Study of International Relations [1916] 32p. Lecture given on 19 October 1915.

The Problem of Small Nations in the European Crisis. 1966. For full citation see Heckscher, Gunnar in this chapter.

"Reflections on the Question of War Guilt." Foreign Affairs 3, no. 4 (July 1925): 529-40.

"The Religious Situation in Austria-Bohemia." In Freedom and Fellowship in Religion: Proceedings and Papers of the Fourth International Congress of Religious Liberals Held at Boston, U.S.A., September 22-27, 1907, prepared by International Association for Liberal Christianity and Religious Freedom, 142- 52. Boston, Mass.: International Council [1908?]

"Russia: From Theocracy to Democracy." New Europe 2, no. 23 (22 March 1917): 293-304.

"Selections from Writings and Speeches." Translated by Paul Selver. Slavonic Review 13, no. 39 (Apr 1935): 522-30.

["Slav Immigrants in the United States."] In Freedom and Fellowship in Religion: Proceedings and Papers of the Fourth International Congress of Religious Liberals Held at Boston, U.S.A., September 22-27, 1907, prepared by International Association for Liberal Christianity and Religious Freedom, 563- 65. Boston, Mass.: International Council [1908?] "The Slavs after the War." Slavonic Review 1, no. 1 (June 1922): 2-23.

The Slavs among the Nations. [London] Czech National Alliance in Great Britain [1916] 38p. First published in French in La Nation Tcheque on 15 March 1916.

Speech of T. G. Masaryk, President of the Czechoslovak Republic, on the Tenth Anniversary of the Attainment of the Country's Independence, 28th October, 1928. Prague: Orbis, 1928. 31p.

The Spirit of Russia: Studies in History, Literature and Philosophy. Translated from the German original by Eden and Cedar Paul. London: Allen & Unwin; New York: Macmillan [1919] 2 v. Translation of Russland und Europa.

The Spirit of Russia: Studies in History, Literature and Philosophy. Translated from the German original by Eden and Cedar Paul, with additional chapters and bibliographies by Jan Slavik; the former translated and the latter condensed and translated by W. R. & Z. Lee. [2d ed.] London: Allen & Unwin; New York: Macmillan [1955] 2 v. Translation of Russland und Europa.

The Spirit of Russia: Studies in History, Literature and Philosophy. Translated from the German original by Eden and Cedar Paul, with additional chapters and bibliographies by Jan Slavik; the former translated and the latter condensed and translated by W. R. & Z. Lee [2d ed, 3d impression] London: Allen & Unwin; New York: Macmillan [1961-67] 3 v. Vol. 3, published here for the first time, was edited by George Gibian and translated by Robert Bass. It has imprint: New York: Barnes & Noble, and was issued without edition statement. Translation of Russland und Europa.

"Spirit of Russia: Selected Chapters." Cross Currents 5 (1986): 455-68. Selected passages from volume 3.

The Spirit of Thomas G. Masaryk (1850-1937): An Anthology. Edited by George J. Kovtun. Foreword by Rene Wellek. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Macmillan in association with the Masaryk Publications Trust, 1990. 267p. Translated excerpts from Selbsmord als sociale Massenerscheinung, Versuch einer concreten Logik, Ceska otazka, Jan Hus, Karel Havlicek, Moderni clovek a nabozenstvi, Otazka socialni, Idealy humanitni, Russland und Europa, Svetova revoluce, Hovory s T. G. Masarykem, and other writings.

----- New York: St. Martin's Press in association with the Masaryk Publications Trust, c1990. 267p.

"'Sub specie aeternitatis.'" New Europe 1, no. 10 (21 December 1916): 300-305. Comments on religious significance of First World War.

Suicide and the Meaning of Civilization. William B. Weist and Robert G. Batson, trs. With an introduction by Anthony Giddens. Chicago: University of Chicago Press [1970] 242p. Translation of Der Selbstmord als sociale Massenerscheinung der modernen Civilisation.

T. G. Masaryk, His Life and Thought. Edited by Otakar Odlozilik, with an introduction by Harry Gideonse. Designed by Ladislav Sutnar, for the 110th anniversary of the birth of Thomas G. Masaryk. New York: Masaryk Institute, 1960. 20p. Just over half of the pamphlet consists of excerpts from Masaryk's writings.

[Masaryk, Tomas G., and Jaroslav F. Smetanka] The Voice of an Oppressed People. Chicago: Bohemian National Alliance [1917?] 48p. Includes "The Problem of Small Nations in the European Crisis" (inaugural lecture at University of London) and "Bohemia and the European Crisis" (previously published in New Europe and Bohemian Review) by T. G. Masaryk, and "Dismemberment of Austria" by J. F. Smetanka. Also The First World War, 1914-18, and Its Aftermath.

b) Writings about Masaryk

COLLECTIONS (Full citations in Chapter 4)

Capek, Milic, and Karel Hruby, eds. Masaryk in Perspective: Comments and Criticism. 1981.

Hanak, Harry, ed. T. G. Masaryk (1850-1937). Volume 3: Statesman and Cultural Force. 1990.

Novak, Josef, ed. On Masaryk: Texts in English and German. 1988.

President Masaryk in Paris, Brussels and London in October, 1923. 1924.

Pynsent, Robert B., ed. T. G. Masaryk (1850-1937). Volume 2: Thinker and Critic. 1989.

Rychnovsky, Ernst, ed. Thomas G. Masaryk and the Jews: A Collection of Essays. 1941.

Winters, Stanley B, ed. T. G. Masaryk (1850-1937). Volume 1: Thinker and Politician. 1990.

INDIVIDUAL WRITINGS

Bagger, Eugene S. "Thomas Garrigue Masaryk." In his Emminent Europeans: Studies in Continental Reality, 127-42. New York: Putnam, 1922.

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Barnard, Frederick M. "Humanism and Titanism: Masaryk and Herder." In T. G. Masaryk (1850-1937), vol. 1: Thinker and Politician, 1990 [Chapter 4, Winters]: 23-43.

Barnard, F. M. "The Prague Spring and Masaryk's Humanism." East Central Europe 5, no. 2 (1978): 215-31.

Bartlett, Robert M. " 'Truth Will Prevail': Thomas G. Masaryk." In his They Dared to Live, 84-87. New York: Association Press, 1937.

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Bednar, Miloslav. "Masaryk's Idea of European Unity: Genesis and Significance." Czechoslovak and Central European Journal 10, no. 2 (Winter 1991): 45-55.

Beld, Antonie van den. Humanity: The Political and Social Philosophy of Thomas G. Masaryk. The Hague: Mouton [1976] 162p.

Beld, Antonie van den. "Masaryk's Morality of Humanity and thee Problem of Political Violence." In Masaryk in Perspective: Comments and Criticism, 1981 [Chapter 4, Capek, Milic]: 191-201.

Beld, Antonie van den. "The Moral Difference between Personal and Structural Violence: Masaryk's Criticism of an Argument in Nezavisle listy." In T. G. Masaryk (1850-1937), vol. 2: Thinker and Critic, 1989 [Chapter 4, Pynsent]: 37-51.

Beller, Steven. "The Hilsner Affair: Nationalism, Anti-Semitism and the Individual in the Habsburg Monarchy at the Turn of the Century." In T. G. Masaryk (1850-1937), vol. 2: Thinker and Critic, 1989 [Chapter 4, Pynsent ]: 52-76.

Benes, Edvard. Masaryk's Path and Legacy: Funeral Oration at the Burial of the President-Liberator, 21. September 1937. [Prague: Orbis, 1937?] 34p. Translation of Masarykova cesta a odkaz.

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----- ----- New York: Arno Press, 1971. 34p. Reprint of the 1937 Prague edition.

Benes, Edvard. "Masaryk's Philosophy of State." Spirit of Czechoslovakia 2, no. 6-7 (July 31, 1941): 3. From a lecture to Oxford University Masaryk Society.

Benes, Edvard. "Masaryk's Way of Democracy." Spirit of Czechoslovakia 1, no. 4 (March 29, 1940): 3-5.

Benes, Edvard. "President Masaryk in Exile." Slavonic Review 3, no. 9 (March 1925): 609-15. [Followed by memorandum 'The Future of Bohemia' drawn up by R. W. Seton-Watson on the basis of his conversations with Masaryk in October 1914, 615-21.]

Bergmann, Hugo. "Masaryk in Palestine." In Masaryk and the Jews, 1941 [Chapter 4, Rychnovsky]: 259-71.

Betts, Reginald R. "Masaryk's Philosophy of History." Slavonic and East European Review 26, no. 66 (November 1947): 30-43. Also in his Essays in Czech History, 1969 [Chapter 4, Betts]: 285-303.

Birley, Robert. Thomas Masaryk: A Centenary Address Given at the School of Slavonic and East European Studies on 7 March, 1950. London: University of London, Athlone Press, 1951. 17p.

Bolton, Glorney. Czech Tragedy. 1955. For full citation see General Works: Works on More than One Period or Subject .

Brod, Max. "A Conversation with Professor Masaryk." In Masaryk and the Jews, 1941 [Chapter 4, Rychnovsky]: 279-83. Conversation in 1914 about war and peace.

Brodska, Zdenka. "A Prague Homage to the Masaryk Legacy." Cross Currents 5 (1986): 241-46. Comments on the Samizdat edition of Masarykuv sbornik.

Broz, Ales. "Masaryk's Seventieth Birthday." Czechoslovak Review 4, no. 3 (March 1920): 109-10.

Broz, Ales. "President Masaryk, Creator of the Czechoslovak Republic." Current History 24, no. 1 (April 1926): 48-53.

Brusak, Karel. "Masaryk and Belles-Lettres." In T. G. Masaryk (1850-1937), vol. 2: Thinker and Critic, 1989 [Chapter 4, Pynsent]: 149-59.

Brusak, Karel. "The Meaning of Czech History: Pekar versus Masaryk." 1988. For full citation see Historians and Historiography, Pekar.

Campbell, F. Gregory. "Empty Pedestals?" 1985. For full citation see General Works: Works on More than One Period or Subject.

Capek, Milic. "Masaryk's Personalism: In Margine of Two Recent Evaluations of His Thought." In On Masaryk: Texts in English and German, 1988 [Chapter 4, Novak]: 157-87. Comments on essays by Jan Patocka and Vaclav Cerny.

Capek, Milic. "The Presence of Masaryk's Thought. " In Masaryk in Perspective: Comments and Criticism, 1981 [Chapter 4, Capek, Milic]: 23-36.

Cerny Vaclav. "The Essence of Masaryk's Personality and What TGM Means to Us Today." Alex Pravda, tr. In Masaryk in Perspective: Comments and Criticism, 1981 [Chapter 4, Capek, Milic]: 99-117.

Cohen, Victor. The Life and Times of Masaryk, the President- Liberator: A Biographical Study of Central Europe since 1849. London: J. Murray, [1941]. 262p.

Crane, Sylvia. "The Crane-Masaryk Connection." Czechoslovak and Central European Journal 8, no. 1/2 (Summer/Winter 1989): 68-80.

Danek, Jaromir. "Toward Masaryk's Philosophical Humanism." In On Masaryk: Texts in English and German, 1988 [Chapter 4, Novak]: 189-99.

"Denis and Masaryk on Comenius." Czechoslovak Review 5, no. 4 (April 1921): 113-14.

Donath, Oskar. "Jews in Masaryk's Life." In Masaryk and the Jews, 1941 [Chapter 4, Rychnovsky]: 125-47.

Drabek, Anna M. "Masaryk in the Austrian Parliament on a Reform Bill of Legal Studies." In T. G. Masaryk (1850-1937), vol. 2: Thinker and Critic, 1989 [Chapter 4, Pynsent]: 10-18.

Drews, Peter. "Masaryk and Machar's Literary Criticism in Nase doba." In T. G. Masaryk (1850-1937), vol. 2: Thinker and Critic, 1989 [Chapter 4, Pynsent]: 160-73.

Duggan, Stephen P. H. "The Czechoslovaks and Their Great Leader." American Review of Reviews 58, no. 5 (November 1918): 491-95.

Fronek, Josef. "T. G. Masaryk and Prague School Linguistic Structuralism." In On Masaryk: Texts in English and German, 1988 [Chapter 4, Novak]: 81-96.

Garver, Bruce. "Masaryk and Czech Politics, 1906-1914." In T. G. Masaryk (1850-1937), vol. 1: Thinker and Politician, 1990 [Chapter 4, Winters]: 225-57.

Gasiorowski, Zygmunt J. "Dmowski's Overture to Masaryk." Polish Review 19, no. 1 (1974): 90-92.

Gibian, George. "Masaryk on Dostoevsky." In Czechoslovakia Past and Present, vol. 2, 1968 [Chapter 4, Rechcigl]: 951-61.

Gillies, Alexander. "Herder and Masaryk: Some Points of Contact." Modern Language Review 40, no. 2 (April 1945): 120-28.

Godina, Irena Gantar. "The Influence of T. G. Masaryk on the Slovenes up to 1914." In T. G. Masaryk (1850-1937), vol. 1: Thinker and Politician, 1990 [Chapter 4, Winters]: 114-29.

Gooch, George P. "Recollections of Masaryk." Spirit of Czechoslovakia 6, No. 1 (1945): 9.

Green, Simon R. "Thomas Garrigue Masaryk: Educator of a Nation." PhD diss, University of California, 1976.

Gunther, John. "Masaryk and Benes." In his Inside Europe, 326-35. New York: Harper, 1936.

Hahn, Fred. "Masaryk and the Germans." In T. G. Masaryk (1850- 1937), vol. 3: Statesman and Cultural Force, 1990 [Chapter 4, Hanak]: 99-124.

Hajek, Hanus J. T. G. Masaryk Revisited: A Critical Assessment. Boulder: East European Monographs; distributed by Columbia University Press, New York, 1983. 195p.

Hanak, Harry. "British Attitudes to Masaryk." In T. G. Masaryk (1850-1937), vol. 3: Statesman and Cultural Force, 1990 [Chapter 4, Hanak]: 124-48.

Hanak, Harry. "T. G. Masaryk's Journalistic Activity in England during the First World War." Slavonic and East European Review 42, no. 98 (December 1963): 184-89.

Hard, William. "Masaryk, the Greatest Man of New Europe." Everybody's Magazine 40, no. 2 (February 1919): 41-43.

Hauner, Milan. "The Meaning of Czech History: Masaryk versus Pekar." In T. G. Masaryk (1850-1937), vol. 3: Statesman and Cultural Force, 1990 [Chapter 4, Hanak]: 24-42.

Heckscher, Gunnar. The Role of Small Nations - Today and Tomorrow: Fiftieth Anniversary Lecture of the School of Slavonic and East European Studies of the University of London Given on 19 October 1965. London: Athlone Press, 1966. 34p. With a reprint of The Problem of Small Nations in the European Crisis, inaugural lecture of the School of Slavonic Studies at King's College, University of London, given on 19 October 1915 by Thomas G. Masaryk.

Herben, Jan. "Thomas G. Masaryk: Jews and Anti-Semitism." In Masaryk and the Jews, 1941 [Chapter 4, Rychnovsky]: 3-24.

Herben, Jan. President of the Czecho-Slovak Republic, Thomas G. Masaryk. Translated by Elsie Havlasa. Prague: Czecho-Slovakian Foreigners' Office, 1919. 13p.

Hodin, Josef P. "Oskar Kokoschka and Masaryk." In Czechoslovakia Past and Present, vol. 2, 1968 [Chapter 4, Rechcigl]: 1416-28.

Holecek, Marie K. "Masaryk, a Modern Statesman." Central European Observer 14, no. 23 (November 13, 1936): 358-59.

Hrbkova, Sarka B. "Masaryk's 'The Spirit of Russia'." Czechoslovak Review 4, no. 1 (January 1920): 29-31.

Hromadka, Josef L. Masaryk as European. Prague [International Philosophical Library] 1936. 38p. Published as entire issue of the periodical publication International Philosophical Library, vol. 2, no. 1, January 1936.

Hromadka, Josef L. "A Philosopher Faces Death and Chaos." In his Doom and Resurrection, 51-85. Richmonad, Va.: Madrus House [1945]

Hruby, Karel. "Masaryk and Nietzsche." Josef Novak and Michael Quinn, trs. In On Masaryk: Texts in English and German, 1988 [Chapter 4, Novak]: 247-68

Hruby, Karel. "Masaryk's Political Outlook." In Masaryk in Perspective: Comments and Criticism, 1981 [Chapter 4, Capek, Milic]: 119-138.

Huddleston, Sisley. "Masaryk: His Country's Creator." In his Those Europeans: Studies of Foreign Faces, 34-48. New York: Putnam, 1924.

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Hulicka, Karel. "The Communist Anti-Masaryk Propaganda in Czechoslovakia." American Slavic and East European Review 16, no. 2 (April 1957): 160-74.

Hunt, Richard. "The Denigration of Masaryk." Yale Review 43, no. 3 (March 1954): 414-26.

Hunt, Richard M. Thomas Garrigue Masaryk. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1955 [19]p. Address given on occasion of observance of 105th anniversary of birth of T. G. Masaryk.

Jakobson, Roman. "Problems of Language in Masaryk's Writings." William E. Harkins, tr. In Masaryk in Perspective: Problems and Criticism, 1981 [Chapter 4, Capek, Milic]: 63-82. Also published in On Masaryk: Texts in English and German, 1988 [Chapter 4, Novak]: 55-80. First pulished in 1931.

Jakovenko, Boris V. Masaryk's Conception of Philosophy. Melbourne: D. Jakovenko, 1967. 5p. Translation from German version in Festschrift Th. G. Masaryk zum 80. Geburtstage, vol. 2.

Jaszi, Oscar. "The Significance of Thomas G. Masaryk for the Future. Journal of Central European Affairs 10, no. 1 (April 1950): 1-8.

Jelinek, Yeshayahu. "Thomas G. Masaryk and the British Foreign Office." In Grossbritannien, die USA und die bohmischen Lander 1848-1938, 1991 [Chapter 4, Schmidt-Hartmann and Winters]: 277- 84.

Josten, Josef, ed. TGM, President Liberator, 1850-1950. London: Information Service of Free Czechoslovakia, 1950. 14p. Includes tributes to T. G. Masaryk by Viscount Jowitt, Viscount Cecil, Lord Vansittart, Stanley Unwin, and Henry Wickham Steed (Great Britain), General Louis Faucher (France), Mayor William O'Dwyer and Governor Frank J. Lausche (USA), and Petr Zenkl, Jozef Lettrich, Vojta Benes, and Otakar Odlozilik (Czechoslovakia).

Kadic, Ante. "Thomas G. Masaryk and the Croats." Journal of Croatian Studies 28-29 (1987-1988): 81-102.

Kalvoda, Josef. "Masaryk in America in 1918." Jahrbucher fur Geschichte Osteuropas 27, no. 1 (1979): 85-99.

Kautman, Frantisek. "T. G. Masaryk and the Problems of National Identity." Translated by A. Zeman. Kosmas: Journal of Czechoslovak and Central European Studies 4, no. 2 (Winter 1985): 71-81.

Kerner, Robert J. Masaryk: A Memorial Address. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1938. 289. Delivered before the Czechoslovak Sokol of San Francisco on October 31, 1937.

Kieval, Hillel J. "Masaryk and Czech Jewry: The Ambiguities of Friendship." In T. G. Masaryk (1850-1937), vol. 1: Thinker and Politician, 1990 [Chapter 4, Winters]: 302-27.

Kohak, Erazim V. "Masaryk and Plato in the 20th Century." In The Czechoslovak Contribution to World Culture, 1964 [Chapter 4, Rechcigl]: 283-94.

Kohak, Erazim V. " T. G. Masaryk's Revision of Marxism." Journal of the History of Ideas 25, no. 4 (October/December 1964): 519- 24.

Kohak, Erazim. "To Live in Truth: Reflections on the Moral Sense of Masaryk's Humanism." In Masaryk in Perspective, 1981 [Chapter 4, Capek, Milic]: 37-61.

Kohn, Hans. "The Heritage of Masaryk." The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 258 (July 1948): 70-73.

Kohn, Jindrich. "Masaryk's School of Thought and Its Relation to Judaism." In Masaryk and the Jews, 1941 [Chapter 4, Rychnovsky]: 25-47.

Kolegar, Ferdinand. "T. G. Masaryk's Contribution to Sociology." In Czechoslovakia Past and Present, vol. 2, 1968 [Chapter 4, Rechcigl]: 1526-39.

Kovac, Dusan. "World Revolution - Tomas Garrigue Masaryk and Vladimir Ilyich Lenin. " Human Affairs 1, no. 1 (1991): 22-29.

Kovtun, George J. Masaryk and America: Testimony of a Realtionship. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, 1988. 82p.

Kovtun, George J. "Masaryk in Japan." With the assistance of Szugao Kawamura. Kosmas: Journal of Czechoslovak and Central European Studies 4, no. 2 (Winter 1985): 83-99.

Kovtun, George J. "Masaryk's New Europe: The History and the Purpose of the Book." Czechoslovak and Central European Journal8, no. 1/2 (Summer/Winter 1989): 81-89.

Kovtun, George J. "T. G. Masaryk: The Problem of a Small Nation." In Czechoslovakia, 1918-88: Seventy Years from Independence, 1991 [Chapter 4, Skilling]: 25-40.

Kovtun, George J. "Thomas G. Masaryk's Road to Revolution." In Masaryk in Perspective: Comments and Criticism, 1981 [Chapter 4, Capek, Milic]: 139-56.

Kovtun, George J. Tomas G. Masaryk, 1850-1937: A Selective List of Reading Materials in English. Washington, D.C.: European Division, Library of Congress, 1981. 26p.

Kozak, Jan Blahoslav. "Masaryk As Philosopher." Slavonic Review 8, no. 24 (March 1930): 478-95.

Krejci, Jaroslav. "Masaryk and Revolution: A Humanist, His Sociology and Politics in the Light of History." In Masaryk in Perspective: Comments and Criticism, 1981 [Chapter 4, Capek, Milic]: 173-89.

Kucera, Karel. "Masaryk and Pekar: Their Conflict over the Meaning of Czech History and Its Metamorphoses." In T. G. Masaryk (1850-1937), vol. 1: Thinker and Politician, 1990 [Chapter 4, Winters]: 88-105.

Kulski, W. W. "A Statesman of the Middle Zone of Europe." Journal of Central European Affairs 10, no. 1 (April 1950): 9-20.

Lambert, Patrick. "Leos Janacek and T. G. Masaryk." In T. G. Masaryk (1850-1937), vol. 3: Statesman and Cultural Force, 1990 [Chapter 4, Hanak]: 200-28.

Latawski, Paul. "The 'Discrepancy between State and Ethnographic Frontiers': Dmowski and Masaryk on Self-determination. In T. G. Masaryk (1850-1937), vol. 3: Statesman and Cultural Force, 1990 [Chapter 4, Hanak]: 86-98.

Lederer, Eduard. "Memories of Masaryk." In Masaryk and the Jews, 1941 [Chapter 4, Rychnovsky]: 272-77. Period 1899-1914.

Lemberg, Hans. "Masaryk and the Russian Question against the Background of German and Czech Attitudes to Russia." In T. G. Masaryk (1850-1937), vol. 1: Thinker and Politician, 1990 [Chapter 4, Winters]: 283-301.

Lengyel, Emil. "Presidents of Europe's New Republics." Current History 22, no. 4 (July 1925): 546-51. Includes T. G. Masaryk.

Lochman, Jan Milic. "Emanuel Radl: In Masaryk's Footsteps." In Masaryk in Perspective: Comments and Criticism, 1981 [Chapter 4, Capek, Milic]: 83-95.

Lochman, Jan Milic. "Masaryk's Quarrel with Marxism." In T. G. Masaryk (1850-1937), vol. 2: Thinker and Critic, 1989 [Chapter 4, Pynsent]: 120-33.

Long, John W., and C. Howard Hopkins. "T. G. Masaryk and the Strategy of Czechoslovak Independence: An Interview in Russia on 27 June 1917." Slavonic and East European Review 56, no. 1 (January 1978): 88-96.

Lowrie, Donald A. Masaryk: Nation Builder; The Man Who Changed the Map of Europe. New York: Association Press, 1930. 232p.

Lowrie, Donald A. Masaryk of Czechoslovakia: A Life of Tomas G. Masaryk, First President of the Czechoslovak Republic. London: Oxford University Press, H. Milford, 1930. 208p.

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Ludwig, Emil. "Masaryk, the Slav Philantropist." In his Nine Etched from Life: Nansen, Masaryk, Briand, Rathenau, Motta, Lloyd George, Venizelos, Mussolini, Stalin, 45-96. New York: R. M. McBride, 1934. Translation of Fuhrer Europas.

MacAdam, George. "Masaryk - the Man and His Ideas: The President of a Nation Interviewed." World's Work 36, no. 6 (October 1918): 634-44.

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Machotka, Otakar. T. G. Masaryk. Published on the occasion of T. G. Masaryk's centenary by Council of Free Czechoslovakia, 1950. 31p.

Machotka, Otakar. "T. G. Masaryk As We See Him Today." In Czechoslovakia Past and Present, vol. 2, 1968 [Chapter 4, Rechcigl]: 1540-46.

Mamatey, Victor S. "The Change of the Presidential Guard, 1935: Masaryk's Abdication - Benes's Election." 1989 For full citation see From 1918 to 1939: The First Czechoslovak Republic .

Mamatey, Victor S. "Masaryk and Wilson: A Contribution to the Study of their Relations." In T. G. Masaryk (1850-1937), vol. 2: Thinker and Critic, 1989 [Chapter 2, Pynsent]: 186-97.

Martin, William. "President Masaryk and Dr. Benes." In his Statesmen of the War in Retrospect, 1918-1928, 267-81. New York: Minton, Balch, 1928.

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Marzik, Thomas D. "Masaryk's National Background." In The Czech Renascence of the Nineteenth Century, 1970 [Chapter 4, Brock and Skilling]: 239-53. Marzik, Thomas D. "The Slovakophile Relationship of T. G. Masaryk and Karel Kalal prior to 1914." In T. G. Masaryk (1850-1937), vol. 1: Thinker and Politician, 1990 [Chapter 4, Winters]: 191- 209.

Marzik, Thomas D. "T. G. Masaryk and the Slovaks." Columbia Essays in International Affairs: The Dean's Papers 1 (1965): 155- 74. Published in 1966.

Masaryk, Jan. "Thomas Garrigue Masaryk." In The Torch of Freedom: Twenty Exiles of History, edited by Emil Ludwig and Heinrich B. Kranz, 339-55. New York: Farrar & Rinehart [1943]

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"Masaryk and His Work." Bohemian Review 1, no. 1 (February 1917): 3-7.

"Masaryk in London." Czechoslovak Review 7, no. 12 (December 1923): 319-22.

Masaryk on the American Democracy and Literature." American Review of Reviews 72, no. 1 (July 1925): 95-96.

"Masaryk's Death Bequeaths to Central Europe Its Only Republic." Life 3, no. 3 (September 27, 1937): 100-01.

Mason, Gregory. "An Authorized Interview with Dr. Tomas G. Masaryk, President of the Czechoslovak Republic." Outlook 121, no. 16 (April 16, 1919): 645-47.

May, Arthur J. "H. A. Miller and the Mid-European Union of 1918." 1957. For full citation see The First World War, 1914-18, and Its Aftermath.

May, Arthur J. "The Mid-European Union." 1967. For full citation see The First World War, 1914-18, and Its Aftermath.

Mestan, Antonin. "Masaryk on Tolstoy and Gorky." in T. G. Masaryk (1850-1937), vol. 3: Statesman and Cultural Force, 1990 [Chapter 4, Hanak]: 149-60.

Mestan, Antonin. "Masaryk's Path to Dostoevsky as a Philosopher." Michael Quinn and Josef Novak, trs. In On Masaryk: Texts in English and German, 1988 [Chapter 4, Novak]: 221-28.

Miliukov, Paul. "Masaryk." Foreign Affairs 8, no. 3 (April 1930): 399-406.

Miller, Joseph. "Masaryk: Teacher of Democracy." Christian Century 54, no. 47 (November 24, 1937): 1452-54.

Mowrer, Edgar A. "Thomas Garrigue Masaryk." In Dictators and Democrats, edited by Lawrence Fernsworth, 181-85. New York: R. M. McBride [1941]

Namier, Lewis B. "President Masaryk. In his Skyscrapers, and Other Essays, 113-21. London: Macmillan, 1931.

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Neudorfl, Marie L. "Czech History, Modern Nation Building and T. G. Masaryk (1850-1937)." Canadian Review of Studies in Nationalism 20, no. 1-2 (1993): 34-44.

Neudorfl, Marie L. Masaryk's Understanding of Democracy before 1914. Pittsburgh, Pa.: University of Pittsburgh Center for Russian and East European Studies, [1989] 51p. The Carl Beck Papers in Russian and East European Studies, no. 708.

Neudorfl, Marie L. "T. G. Masaryk's Perception of Czech Nationalism before 1914." History of European Ideas 15, no. 4-6 (August 1992): 571-76.

Newman, Edward [W] Polson. Masaryk. Preface by Robert Bruce Lockhart. London: Campion Press [1960] 242p.

Novak, Miroslav. "Some Thoughts on Masaryk's Critique of Marxism." In Masaryk in Perspective, 1981 [Chapter 4, Capek, Milic]: 241-55.

Nyiri, Janos K. "Philosophy and Suicide-Statistics in Austria- Hungary." East Central Europe 5, no. 1 (1978): 69-89. Republished, with some alterations, under the title "Philosophy and Suicide-Statistics in Austria-Hungary: Variations on a Theme of Masaryk" in On Masaryk: Texts in English and German, 1988 [Chapter 4, Novak]: 291-316.

Odlozilik, Otakar. "Enter Masaryk: A Prelude to His Political Career." Journal of Central European Affairs 10, no. 1 (April 1950): 21-36.

Odlozilik, Otakar. " Masaryk's Idea of Democracy." University of Toronto Quarterly 21, no. 1 (October 1951): 1-13.

Odlozilik, Otakar. "T. G. Masaryk and the Czech 'Nineties." Spirit of Czechoslovakia 6, no. 1 (1945): 10-12, 21.

Odstrcil, Bedrich. "Masaryk's Economic and Sociological Writings." Czechoslovak Review 4, no. 3 (March 1920): 119-20, 122.

Odstrcil, Bedrich. "President Masaryk As an Ethical Teacher." New Europe 14, no. 177 (4 March 1920): 184-87.

Opat, Jaroslav. "Schauer's 'Our Two Questions' and T. G. Masaryk." Kosmas: Journal of Czechoslovak and Central European Studies 3, no. 1 (Summer 1984): 59-91.

Page, Benjamin B. "The Social Philosophy of T. G. Masaryk: A Question of Suicide." In T. G. Masaryk (1850-1937), vol. 2: Thinker and Critic, 1989 [Chapter 4, Pynsent]: 19-36.

Patocka, Jan. "An Attempt at a Czech National Philosophy and Its Failure." Mark Suino, tr. In Masaryk in Perspective: Comments and Criticism, 1981 [Chapter 4, Capek, Milic]: 1-22.

Patocka, Jan. "Spiritual Crisis of European Humanity in Husserl and Masaryk." Erazim Kohak, tr. In On Masaryk: Texts in English and German, 1988 [Chapter 4, Novak]: 97-109.

Penizek, Josef. "Masaryk and the Jewish Czechs." in Masaryk and the Jews. 1941 [Chapter 4, Rychnovsky]: 114-24.

Pithart, Petr. "Recognizing a Prophet in the Czech Lands: T. G. Masaryk and Our Society." Translated by Erazim Kohak. Kosmas: Journal of Czechoslovak and Central European Studies 5, no. 2 (Winter 1986): 33-56.

Polak, I. R. "Mendl Bejlis." In Masaryk and the Jews, 1941 [Chapter 4, Rychnovsky]: 248-58.

Pospisil, Raymond H. "Great Truths and Small Lies: Tomas G. Masaryk and His Critics, 1886-1926." PhD diss, Indiana University, 1983.

Prantner, Emil F. "The Grand Old Man of Czechoslovakia." Review of Reviews 81, no. 3 (March 1930): 152-55.

Prantner, Emil F. "Taticek Masaryk." Czechoslovak Review 6, no. 3 (March 1922): 55-57.

"President Masaryk of Czechoslovakia." American Review of Reviews 76, no. 1 (July 1927): 91-92.

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