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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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Description and Travel

An Autumn in Silesia, Austria-Proper, and the Ober Enns. London: T. C. Newby, 1859. Moravia in Chapter 6. Note on title page: By the author of Travels in Bohemia.

Backer, William S. "Down the Danube by Canoe." National Geographic 128, no. 1 (July 1965): 34-79. Includes 49 photographs.

Baerlein, Henry P. In Czechoslovakia's Hinterland. London: Hutchinson [1938] 287p. Subcarpathian Rus'.

Baerlein, Henry P. In Search of Slovakia. London, New York: Brentano [1929] 256p.

Baerlein, Henry P. Over the Hills of Ruthenia. London: L. Parsons, 1923. 245p.

----- ----- New York: Boni & Liveright, 1925. 255p.

Baker, Bernard Granville. From a Terrace in Prague. London: G. Allen & Unwin, 1923. 262p. Includes 36 illustrations and one map.

Bradac, Josef. "Czech Visitors to Fifteenth Century England." 1965. For full citation see From 1306 to 1608.

Caldwell, Erskine. North of the Danube. Photographs by Margaret Bourke-White. New York: Viking Press [1939] 128p. Travel in Subcarpathian Rus', Slovakia, Moravia, and Bohemia. Includes ca. 80 photographs.

----- ----- New York: Da Capo Press, 1977, c1939. 128p.

Chater, Melville. "The Danube, Highway of Races: From the Black Forest to the Black Sea, Europe's Most Important River Has Borne the Traffic of Centuries." National Geographic 56, no. 6 (December 1929): 643-97.

Dignowity, Anthony M. Bohemia under Austrian Despotism. New York: Author, 1859. 236p.

Druce, Gerald. In the Heart of Europe: Life in Czechoslovakia. London: G. Allen & Unwin [1936] 228p.

Druce, Gerald. Wanderings in Czechoslovakia. London: Williams & Norgate, 1930. 107p.

Edwards, Mike. "The Danube: River of Many Nations." National Geographic 152, no. 4 (October 1977): 455-85. Includes 26 photographs.

Giles, Dorothy. The Road through Czechoslovakia. Philadelphia: The Penn Publishing Co. [c1930] 420p.

Gleig, George R. Germany, Bohemia, and Hungary. 3 vols. London: J. W. Parjer, 1839.

Grosvenor, Edwin A. "The Races of Europe." National Geographic 34, no. 6 (December 1918): 441-534. Includes Czechoslovakia.

Harant z Polzic a Bezdruzic, Krystof. "Concerning Our Return To Cairo." In Czech Prose: An Anthology, translated and edited by William E. Harkins, 78-82. Ann Arbor: Michigan Slavic Publications, Dept. of Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of Michigan, c1983. Translated excerpts from Cesta z Kralovstvi ceskeho do Benatek, odtud po mori do zeme Svate, zeme judske a dale do Egypta.

Henry, Thomas R. "A Tale of Three Cities." National Geographic 88, no. 6 (December 1945): 641-69. Prague, Vienna, Budapest; includes 23 photographs.

Hodgson, Randolph L. On Plain and Peak: Sporting and Other Sketches of Bohemia and Tyrol. London: A. Constable & Co., 1898, 254p.

Holland, Clive. Czechoslovakia. London: H. Jenkins [1931] 262p.

Hospodar, Blaise. An Early Traveler in Prague. [Washington: Printed by C. W. Gray, 1942] 13p. Includes tenth-century report by Ibrahim ibn Yakub.

Hrdlicka, Ales. "Bohemia and the Czechs." National Geographic 31, no. 2 (February 1917): 163-87. Includes 18 photographs.

Iddings, D. W., and A. S. Iddings. "The Land of Contrast: Austria-Hungary." National Geographic 23, no. 12 (December 1912): 1188-1217, 1284. Includes Bohemia and Prague.

Kyle, Elisabeth. "Bohemian Reflections." In her The Mirrors of Versailles, 237-91. London: Constable & Company, [1939].

Linehan, Edward J. "Czechoslovakia: The Dream and the Reality." National Geographic 133, no. 2 (February 1968): 151-93. Includes 36 photographs.

Lloyd, Trevor. "Czechoslovakia 1968: The Impressions of a Geographer." 1968. For full citation see From 1945 to 1989.

McBride, Robert M. Romantic Czechoslovakia. Illustrated with drawings by Edward C. Caswell. New York: R. M. McBride & Co., 1930, 220p.

Mitrovic, Vratislav Vaclav z. Adventures of Baron Wenceslas Wratislaw of Mitrowitz: What He Saw in the Turkish Metropolis, Constantinople, Experienced in His Captivity, and after His Happy Return to His Country, Committed to Writing in the Year of Our Lord 1599. Translated by Albert H. Wratislaw. London: Bell & Daldy, 1862. 211p. Translation of Pribehy Vratislava Vaclava z Mitrovic.

Momatiuk, Yva, and John Eastcott. "Slovakia's Spirit of Survival." National Geographic 171, no. 1 (January 1987): 120-46. Includes 20 photographs.

Monroe, Will S. Bohemia and the Cechs. Boston: L. C. Page & Co., 1910. 488p.

Monroe, Will S. The Spell of Bohemia. Boston: L. C. Page & Co. [1929] 511p.

Patric, John. "Czechoslovaks, Yankees of Europe." National Geographic 74, no. 2 (August 1938): 173-225. Includes 50 photographs.

Robson, Edgar. A Wayfarer in Czecho-Slovakia. New York: E. P. Dutton & Co. [1925] 211p.

----- ----- London: Methuen & Co. [1925] 211p.

Roth, Ernst. "Prague and the Czechs." In his A Tale of Three Cities, 93-1777. London: Cassell, 1971.

----- ----- New York: Scribner, 1972.

Schott, Helena C. Czechoslovakia. London: A. & C. Black, 1926. 69p.

Sheppard, Margaret K. Czechoslovakian Year. London: Skeffington [1938]. 287p. Travel in 1936.

Shoults, Worth E. "Hospitality of the Czechs." National Geographic 51, no. 6 (June 1927): 723-42. Includes 19 photographs.

Street, Cecil J. East of Prague. London: G. Bles [1924] 288p. Travel through Czechoslovakia.

Travels in Bohemia, with a Walk through the Highlands of Saxony. London: T. C. Newby, 1857. 2 vols. Note on title page: By an old traveller.

Wechsberg, Joseph. Prague, the Mystical City. New York: Macmillan, 1971. 229p.

White, Peter T. "Old Prague in Winter." National Geographic 155, no. 4 (April 1979): 546-67. Includes 13 photographs.

White, Walter. A July Holiday in Saxony, Bohemia, and Silesia. London: Chapman and Hall, 1857. 305p.

Williams, Maynard O. "Czechoslovakia, Key-Land to Central Europe." National Geographic 39, no. 2 (February 1921): 111-56. Includes 45 photographs.

Williams, Maynard O. "When Czechoslovakia Puts a Falcon Feather in Its Cap." National Geographic 53, no. 1 (January 1933): 40-49. Sokol festival of Summer 1933; includes 13 photographs.

Wirth, Zdenek. Prague in Pictures of Five Centuries, Illustrated by 264 Reproductions of Which 5 Are in Black and 14 in Coloured Supplements. 2d ed. Prague: J. Stenc, 1938. 67p.

Collections

Bak, Janos, and Bela K. Kiraly, eds. From Hunyadi to Rakoczi: War and Society in Late Medieval and Early Modern Hungary. New York: Social Science Monographs, Brooklyn College Press; distributed by Columbia University Press, New York, 1982. 545p.

Balch, Emily G. Our Slavic Fellow Citizens. New York: Charities Publication Committee, 1910. 536p.

----- ----- New York: Arno Press, 1969. 536p.

Bannan, Alfred J., and Achilles Edelenyi, comps. Documentary History of Eastern Europe. New York: Twayne Publishers [c1970] 392p.

Barraclough, Geoffrey, ed. Eastern and Western Europe in the Middle Ages. [New York] Harcourt Brace Jovanovich [1970] 216p.

----- ----- London, Thames & Hudson, 1970. 216p.

Berger, Natalia, ed. Where Cultures Meet: The Story of the Jews of Czechoslovakia. Tel Aviv: Beth Hatefutsoth, Nahum Goldmann Museum of the Jewish Diaspora: Ministry of Defence Pub. House, c1990. 222p. Richly illustrated.

Betts, Reginald R. Essays in Czech History. London, Athlone Press, 1969. 315p.

Borsody, Stephen, ed. The Hungarians: A Divided Nation. New Haven: Yale Center for International and Area Studies; Columbus, OH: Distributed by Slavica Publishers, 1988. 405p.

Brisch, Hans, and Ivan Volgyes, eds. Czechoslovakia: The Heritage of Ages Past: Essays in Memory of Josef Korbel. Boulder: East European Quarterly; distributed by Columbia University Press, New York, 1979. 239p.

Brock, Peter, and H. Gordon Skilling, eds. The Czech Renascence in the Nineteenth Century: Essays Presented to Otakar Odlozilik in Honour of His Seventieth Birthday. Toronto: University of Toronto Press [1970] 345p.

Busek, Vratislav, ed. Comenius. Translations from Czech by Kaca Polackova. Cover design by Ladislav Sutnar. New York: Czechoslovak Society of Arts and Sciences, c1972. 184p.

Busek, Vratislav, and Nicolas Spulber, eds. Czechoslovakia. New York: Praeger [1957] 520p.

Capek, Karel, et al. At the Cross-Roads of Europe: A Historical Outline of the Democratic Idea in Czechoslovakia. Prague: Pen Club, 1938. 275p. Includes translated extracts from various historical documents.

Capek, Milic, and Karel Hruby, eds. T. G. Masaryk in Perspective: Comments and Criticism. Ann Arbor, MI: SVU Press, c1981. 282p.

Capek, Thomas, ed. Bohemia under Hapsburg Misrule: A Study of the Ideals and Aspirations of the Bohemian and Slovak Peoples, as They Relate to and Are Affected by the Great European War. New York, Chicago: Fleming H. Revell, c1915. 187p.

Cienciala, Anna M., ed. American Contributions to the Seventh International Congress of Slavists, Warsaw, 1973. Vol. 3: History. The Hague, Paris: Mouton, 1973. 215p.

Consultationes de consultatione. [Collection of studies written by Jaromir Cervenka and others. For edition prepared by Dagmar Capkova, Jan Dohnalek, and Ela Turkova] Prague: Comenius Institute of Education, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, 1970. 199p.

Czerwinski, Edward J., and Jaroslaw Piekalkiewicz, eds. The Soviet Invasion of Czechoslovakia: Its Effects on Eastern Europe. New York: Praeger [1972] 210p.

Deletant, Dennis, and Harry Hanak, eds. Historians as Nation- Builders: Central and South-East Europe. Houndsmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Macmillan Press in association with School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University of London, 1988. 245p.

Dobinson, Charles H., ed. Comenius and Contemporary Education: An International Symposium. Hamburg: Unesco Institute for Education, 1970. 95p.

Don, Yehuda, and Victor Karady, eds. A Social and Economic History of Central European Jewry. New Brunswick, U.S.A.: Transaction Publishers, c1990. 262p.

[Dvornik, Frantisek] Dvornik, Francis. The Making of Central and Eastern Europe. London: Polish Research Centre. 1949. 350p.

----- ----- 2d ed. With a new introduction and notes to the text by the author. Gulf Breeze, Fla.: Academic International Press, 1974. 350p.

Dvornik, Francis. The Slavs in European History and Civilization. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, 1962. 688p. Focusing on history of Central and Eastern Europe from thirteenth to eighteenth centuries; substantial treatment of Czech history.

Emigration from Northern, Central, and Southern Europe: Theoretical and Methodological Principles of Research: International Symposium, Krakow, November 9-11,1981. [Edited by the Jagiellonian University, Krakow]. Krakow: Uniwersytet Jagiellonski, 1984. 348p.

Feiwel, George R., comp. New Currents in Soviet-Type Economies: A Reader. Scranton: International Textbook Co., 1968. 629p.

Fischer-Galati, Stephen A., ed. Man, State, and Society in East European History. New York: Praeger [1970] 343p.

Foldes, Eva, and Istvan Meszaros, eds. Comenius and Hungary: Essays. Budapest: Akademiai Kiado, 1973. 175p.

Frucht, Richard, ed. Labyrinth of Nationalism, Complexities of Diplomacy: Essays in Honor of Charles and Barbara Jelavich. Columbus: Ohio, Slavica Publishers. 377p.

Gilpin, William. The Lives of Reformers. New ed. London: T. Cadell and W. Davies, 1809. Vol. 1. 514p.

Gruber, Josef, ed. Czechoslovakia: A Survey of Economic and Social Conditions. Translated from Czech manuscripts by Ales Broz, Stanislav V. Klima and Jiri J. Kral. New York: Macmillan, 1924. 256p.

----- ----- New York: Arno Press, 1971 [c1924]. 256p.

Hajda, Jan, ed. A Study of Contemporary Czechoslovakia. Prelim. ed. [Chicago] University of Chicago for the Human Relations Area Files, Inc., 1955. 637p.

Hanak, Harry, ed. T. G. Masaryk (1850-1937). Vol. 3: Statesman and Cultural Force. New York: St. Martin's Press, c1990. 235p.

Hitchins, Keith, ed. Studies in East European Social History. Leiden: Brill, 1977-1981. 2 vols. Volume 2 edited with the assistance of Stanley B. Winters.

Hoch, Karel, et al. World Peace and Czechoslovakia, 1919-1934. Introduction by Kamil Krofta. London, Maastricht, A. A. M. Stols, 1936. 121p.

Jech, Karel, ed. The Czechoslovak Economy 1945-1948: Collected Papers. Translated by Iva Drapalova and others. Prague: State Pedagogical Pub. House, 1968. 282p.

Jensen, Kenneth M., and David Wurmser, eds. The Meaning of Munich Fifty Years Later. Washington, D.C.: United States Institute of Peace, [1990] 94p.

The Jews of Czechoslovakia: Historical Studies and Surveys. Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America, 1968-83. 3 vols. Sponsored by the Society for the History of Czechoslovak Jews.

Jonas, Pal, Peter Pastor, and Peter P. Toth, eds. Kiraly Bela Emlekkonyv: Haboru és Tarsadalom, War and Society, Guerre et Societe, Krieg und Gesellschaft. Budapest: Századvég, 1992. 326p. Festschrift for Bela Kiraly.

Kann, Robert A., Bela K. Kiraly, and Paula S. Fichtner, eds. The Habsburg Empire in World War I. Boulder: East European Quarterly; distributed by Columbia University Press, New York, 1977. 247p.

Keane, John, ed. The Power of the Powerless: Citizens against the State in Central-Eastern Europe. By Vaclav Havel et al. Introduction by Steven Lukes. Armonk, N.Y.: M.E. Sharpe, c1985. 228p.

Kerner, Robert J., ed. Czechoslovakia: Twenty Years of Independence. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1940. 504p.

----- ----- Berkeley and Los Angeles, University of California Press, 1945. 504p.

Kiraly, Bela K., ed. Tolerance and Movements of Religious Dissent in Eastern Europe. Boulder: East European Quarterly; distributed by Columbia University Press, New York, 1975. 227p.

Kiraly, Bela B., Peter Pastor, and Ivan Sanders, eds. Essays on World War I: Total War and Peacemaking, a Case Study on Trianon. New York: Social Science Monographs, Brooklyn College Press; distributed by Columbia University, New York, 1982. 678p.

Kirschbaum, Joseph M., ed. Slovakia in the 19th and 20th Centuries: Proceedings of the Conference on Slovakia Held on June 17-18 in Toronto. Toronto: Slovak World Congress, 1973. 368p.

Kirschbaum, Stanislav J., ed. Slovak Politics: Essays on Slovak History in Honour of Joseph M. Kirschbaum. Cleveland, Ohio: Slovak Institute, c1983. 380p.

Kirschbaum, Stanislav J. and Anne C. R. Roman, eds. Reflections on Slovak History. Toronto: Slovak World Congress, 1987. 183p.

Komlos, John, ed. Economic Development in the Habsburg Monarchy and in the Successor States: Essays. Boulder [Colo.]: East European Monographs; distributed by Columbia University Press, 1990. 368p.

Kusin, Vladimir V., ed. The Czechoslovak Reform Movement, 1968. London: International Research Documents, 1973. 358p. Proceedings of the Seminar held at the University of Reading on 12-17 July 1971.

Kyralova, Marie, and Jana Privratska, eds. Symposium Comenianum 1982: The Impact of J. A. Comenius on Educational Thinking and Practice. Uhersky Brod: Jan Amos Komensky Museum, 1984. 198p. International symposium prepared by Comenius Institute of Education of Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences in collaboration with Comenius Museum at Uhersky Brod.

Lane, Frederic C., ed. Fourth International Conference of Economic History, Bloomington 1968. Paris: Mouton, c1973. 532p.

Latynski, Maya, ed. Reappraising the Munich Pact: Continental Perspectives. Introduction by John R. Lampe. Washington, D.C.: Woodrow Wilson Center Press; Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, c1992. 107p.

Lemberg, Hans [et al.] eds. Bildungsgeschichte, Bevolkerungsgeschichte, Gesellschaftsgeschichte in den Bohmischen Landern und in Europa: Festschrift fur Jan Havranek zum 60. Geburtstag. Wien: Verlag fur Geschichte und Politik, 1988. 462p.

Maczak, Antoni, Henryk Samsonowicz, and Peter Burke, eds. East- Central Europe in Transition: From the Fourteenth to the Seventeenth Century. Cambridge [Cambridgeshire]; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1985. 207p.

Mamatey, Victor S., and Radomir Luza, eds. A History of the Czechoslovak Republic, 1918-1948. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press [1973] 534p.

Miller, Leslie [et al.] eds. Literature and Politics in Central Europe: Studies in Honour of Marketa Goetz-Stankiewicz. Columbia, SC: Camden House, c1993. 148p.

Mommsen, Wolfgang J., and Lothar Kettenacker, eds. The Fascist Challenge and the Policy of Appeasement. London; Boston: G. Allen & Unwin, 1983. 436p.

Morison, John, ed. The Czech and Slovak Experience: Selected Papers from the Fourth World Congress for Soviet and East European Studies, Harrogate, 1990. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1992. 235p.

Needham, Joseph, ed. The Teacher of Nations: Addresses and Essays in Commemoration of the visit to England of the Great Czech Educationalist Jan Amos Komensky. Cambridge [Eng.] The University Press, 1942. 99p.

Novak, Josef, ed. On Masaryk: Texts in English and German. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1988. 398p.

O'Grady, Joseph P. The Immigrants' Influence on Wilson's Peace Policies. Lexington: University of Kentucky Press, 1967. 329p.

Opocensky, Jan, ed. Edward Benes: Essays and Reflections Presented on the Occasion of His Sixtieth Birthday. London: George Allen and Unwin, [1945]. 191p.

Panorama: A Historical Review of Czechs and Slovaks in the United States of America. Cicero, Ill.: Czechoslovak National Council of America, 1970. 328p. Vlasta Vraz credited in preface for compiling the book.

Pastor, Peter, ed. Revolutions and Interventions in Hungary and Its Neighbor States, 1918-1919. Boulder: Social Science Monographs; Highland Lakes, N.J.: Atlantic Studies on Society in Change; distributed by Columbia University Press, New York, 1988. 530p.

Pehe, Jiri, ed. The Prague Spring: A Mixed Legacy. New York: Freedom House; distributed by UPA, Lanham, MD, 1988. 223p.

President Masaryk in Paris, Brussels and London in October, 1923. Prague [Printed by Prumyslova tiskarna) 1924. 141p. Includes Masaryk's speeches and essays and comments of various authors. Richly illustrated.

Puskas, Julianna, ed. Overseas Migration from East-Central and Southeastern Europe, 1880-1940. Budapest: Akademiai Kiado, 1990. 246p.

Pynsent, Robert B., ed. T. G. Masaryk (1850-1937). Volume 2: Thinker and Critic. New York: St. Martin's Press, c1989. 204p.

Rechcigl, Miloslav, Jr., ed. The Czechoslovak Contribution to World Culuture. The Hague: Published under the auspices of the Czechoslovak Society of Arts and Sciences, by Mouton, 1964. 682p.

Rechcigl, Miloslav, Jr., ed. Czechoslovakia Past and Present. The Hague: Published under the auspices of the Czechoslovak Society of Arts and Sciences, by Mouton, 1968. 2 vols. Papers presented at the Second Congress of the Czechoslovak Society of Arts and Sciences, held at Columbia University, Sept. 11-13, 1964.

Rechcigl, Miloslav, Jr., ed. Studies in Czechoslovak History. Meerut: Sadhna Prakashan, 1976. 2 vols.

Rychnovsky, Ernst, ed. Thomas G. Masaryk and the Jews: A Collection of Essays. Translated by Benjamin R. Epstein. New York New York: B. Pollack, 1941. 283p.

Schmidt-Hartmann, Eva, and Stanley B. Winters, eds. Grossbritannien, die USA und die bohmischen Lander 1848-1938 = Great Britain, the United States, and the Bohemian Lands 1848- 1938. Munchen: R. Oldenbourg, 1991. 392p. Lectures delivered at a conference of Collegium Carolinum at Bad Wiessee in November 1988.

Seton-Watson, Robert W, ed. Prague Essays: Presented by a Group of British Historians to the Caroline University of Prague on the Occasion of Its Six-Hundredth Anniversary. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1949. 145p.

----- ----- Freeport, N.Y.: Books for Libraries Press, 1969. 145p.

Seton-Watson, Robert W., ed. Slovakia Then and Now: A Political Survey. London: G. Allen & Unwin; Prague: Orbis, 1931. 356p.

Skilling, H. Gordon, ed. Czechoslovakia 1918-88: Seventy Years from Independence. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1991. 232p.

----- ----- Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Macmillan in association with St. Anthony's College, Oxford, 1991. 232p.

Slovaks in America: A Bicentennial Study. Compiled by the Editorial Board, Joseph C. Krajsa, chairman. Middletown, Pa.: Slovak League of America, 1978. 494p.

Small, Melvin, and Otto Feinstein, eds. Appeasing Fascism: Articles from the Wayne State University Conference on Munich after Fifty Years. Lanham, Md.: University Press of Americe, c1991. 110p.

Stokes, Gale, ed. From Stalinism to Pluralism: A Documentary History of Eastern Europe since 1945. New York: Oxford University Press, 1991. 267.

Stone, Norman, and Eduard Strouhal, eds. Czechoslovakia: Crossroads and Crises, 1918-88. New York: St. Martins' Press, 1989. 336p.

Sundaram, P. K., comp. Whither Czechoslovakia? Essays and Documents on Czechoslovak Crisis. New Delhi: Dawn Publishers [1969] 188p. Comments on reform movement and events of 1968; includes English versions of Warsaw treaty of May 14, 1955, declaration on co- operation between Soviet Union and other socialist countries of October 30, 1956, and excerpts from Czechoslovak Communist Party Action Program of April 5, 1968.

Teichova, Alice, and P. L. Cottrell, eds. International Business and Central Europe, 1918-1939. [Leicester, Leicestershire]: Leicester University Press; New York: St. Martin's Press, 1983. 459p.

Urban, G[eorge] R., ed. Communist Reformation: Nationalism, Internationalism, and Change in the World Communist Movement. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1979. 335p. Dialogues broadcast in 1978 and 1979 by Radio Free Europe.

Volgyes, Ivan, ed. The Peasantry of Eastern Europe. Volume 1. New York: Pergamon Press, c1979. 192p.

Wagner, Francis S., ed. Toward a New Central Europe: A Symposium on the Problems of the Danubian Nations. Astor Park, Fla.: Danubian Press, 1970. 392p.

White, Lewis, M., ed. On All Fronts: Czechs and Slovaks in World War II. Boulder: East European Monographs; distributed by Columbia University Press, New York, 1991. 296p.

Winters, Stanley B., ed. T. G. Masaryk (1850-1937). Vol. 1: Thinker and Politician. London: Macmillan, 1990. 336p.

Winters, Stanley B., and Joseph Held, eds., in collaboration with Istvan Deak and Adam Wandruszka. Intellectual and Social Developments in the Habsburg Empire from Maria Theresa to World War: Essays Dedicated to Robert A. Kann. Boulder: East European Quarterly; distributed by Columbia University Press, New York, 1975. 304p.

Wolchik, Sharon L., and Alfred G. Meyer, eds. Women, State, and Party in Eastern Europe. Durham: Duke University Press, 1985. 453p.

Zacek, Joseph F., ed. East European Quarterly 15, no. 1 (Spring 1981). Entire issue devoted to Frantisek Palacky. Also listed in Historians and Historiography.

Zartman, I. William, ed. Czechoslovakia: Intervention and Impact. New York: New York University Press, 1970. 127p. Five revised papers of a conference organized by the Center for International Studies at New York University in December 1968.

Biographies and Memoirs

General

Beck, Curt [F]. "Brief Biographical Sketches of Leading Figures of the Communist Regime." In Czechoslovakia, 1957 [Chapter 4, Busek and Spulber]: 418-32. Includes Klement Gottwald, Rudolf Slansky, Karol Bacilek, Alexej Cepicka, Zdenek Fierlinger, Antonin Novotny, Antonin Zapotocky, et al.

"Biographies." In Panorama: A Historical Review of Czechs and Slovaks in the United States of America, 1970 [Chapter 4, Panorama]: 187-313. Brief biographical sketches of ca. 300 persons.

Crosby, Karl J. "Leading Figures of the Hlinka Slovak People's Party." Kosmas: Journal of Czechoslovak and Central European Studies 5, no. 2 (Winter 1986): 57-69.

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

Mikus, Joseph A. Pride in Slovak Origin. 2d enl. ed. Cleveland: First Catholic Slovak Union, 1973. 106p. 25 brief biographical sketches with illustrations; includes L. Stur, S. Hurban Vajansky, A. Hlinka, M. R. Stefanik, M. Hodza, J. Tiso, V. Clementis, A. Dubcek.

Rechcigl, Miloslav, Jr., comp. U.S. Legislators with Czechoslovak Roots: From Colonial Times to Present with Genealogical Lineages. 1987. For full citation see Czechs and Slovaks in the United States and Other Countries.

Sutherland, Anthony X. "The Fathers of the Slovak Nation: From Juraj Tranovsky to Karol Salva or From the Reformation to the Rise of the Populists (1500s-1890s)." Slovak Studies 21 (1981): 5-187.

Vavrovic, Jozef. "Catholic Personalities and Institutions in Slovak Cultural Life from the Seventeenth to the Twentieth Centuries." 1986-1987. For full citation see Culture, Science, Economic History: Culture, Learning, Education.

Weiss, Louise. "Three Founders of the Czech Republic." Current History 11, no. 2 (November 1919): 287-90. Masaryk, Benes, Stefanik.

AGNES, PRINCESS OF BOHEMIA

Seton, Walter W. Some New Sources for the Life of Blessed Agnes of Bohemia. Aberdeen: University Press, 1915. 176p. Includes a fourteenth century Latin version and a fifteenth century German version of the legend.

----- ----- Facsimile reprint. Farnborough (Hants.): Gregg Press, 1966. 176p.

Vyskocil, Jan Kapistran. The Legend of Blessed Agnes of Bohemia and the Four Letters of St. Clare. Translated by Vitus Buresh. [Cleveland: Micro Photo Division, Bell & Howell, 1963] 287p. Translation of Legenda blahoslavene Anezky a ctyri listy sv. Klary.

BAKES, JAROSLAV

Absolon, Karel B. "Jaroslav Bakes, Surgeon, Naturalist, and Phiulantropist." In Czechoslovakia Past and Present, vol. 2, 1968 [Chapter 4, Rechcigl]: 1632-42.

BENES, EDVARD a) WRITINGS BY EDVARD BENES

Edvard Benes in His Own Words: Threescore Years of a Statesman, Builder and Philosopher. [Compiled by Karel Hudec] New York: Czech-American National Alliance, Eastern Division, 1944. 136p.

Memoirs: From Munich to New War and New Victory. Translated by Godfrey Lias. London: Allen & Unwin [1954] 346p. Translation of Pameti.

----- ----- Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, 1954. 346p.

----- ----- New York: Arno Press, 1972. 346p.

----- ----- Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1978. 346p.

My War Memoirs. Translated by Paul Selver. London: Allen & Unwin [1928] 512p. Translation of abbreviated version of Svetova valka a nase revoluce.

----- ----- Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, 1928. 512p.

----- ----- Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press [1971] 512p.

----- ----- New York: Arno Press, 1971. 512p.

b) WRITINGS ABOUT EDVARD BENES

COLLECTIONS

Opocensky, Jan, ed. Edward Benes: Essays and Reflections Presented on the Occasion of His Sixtieth Birthday. 1945. For full citation see Chapter 4, Opocensky.

INDIVIDUAL WRITINGS

Beck, Curt F. "Edvard Benes's Political Theory: Application of Democracy to International Relations.: PhD diss, Harvard University, 1950.

Betts, Reginald R. "Benes - European Statesman." Spirit of Czechoslovakia 5, no. 2 (1944): 35-36.

Campbell, F. Gregory, Jiri Hochman, and Walter Ullmann. "Eduard Benes in European Politics 1918-1948." 1986. For full citation see General Works: Works on More than One Period or Subject.

Capek, Milic. "Benes's views of Man and Society." In Studies in Czechoslovak History, vol. 2, 1976 [Chapter 4, Rechcigl]: 434-43.

Cecil, Robert. "Dr. Benes at Geneva." In Edward Benes: Essays and Reflections Presented on the Occasion of His Sixtieth Birthday, 1945 [Chapter 4, Opocensky]: 18-32.

Cornwall, Mark. "Dr. Edvard Benes and Czechoslovakia's German Minority, 1918-1943." 1992 For full citation see General Works: Works on More than One Period or Subject.

Crabites, Pierre. Benes: Statesman of Central Europe. London: G. Routlege, 1935. 293p.

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Feierabend, Ladislav K. "President Benes between East and West." In Studies in Czechoslovak History, vol. 1, 1976 [Chapter 4, Rechcigl]: 135-47.

Hitchcock, Edward B. Benes, the Man and the Statesman. London: H. Hamilton [1940] 350p.

Hitchcock, Edward B. 'I Built a Temple for Peace': The Life of Eduard Benes. New York, London: Harper & Brothers [c1940] 364p.

Hromadka, Josef L. "The Moral Authority of President Benes." Spirit of Czechoslovakia 4, no. 7-8 (May 28, 1943): 63-64.

Kalvoda, Josef. "Munich: Benes and the Soldiers." 1992. For full citation see From 1918 to 1939: The Munich Crisis and the Second Czechoslovak Republic.

Kerner, Robert J. "At the Peace Conference." In Edward Benes: Essays and Reflections Presented on the Occasion of His Sixtieth Birthday, 1945 [Chapter 4, Opocensky]: 72-79.

Law, Richard. "Czechoslovak-British Relations." In Edward Benes: Essays and Reflections Presented on the Occasion of His Sixtieth Birthday, 1945 [Chapter 4, Opocensky]: 33-40. Focusing on Benes's role in Czechoslovak-British rerlations.

Lechner, O. A Great Czechoslovakian. Torquay [Eng.] Boulton's [1945] 55p.

Lias, Godfrey. Benes of Czechoslovakia. London: Allen & Unwin [1940] 303p.

Lockhart, Robert H. Bruce. "The Second Exile of Eduard Benes." 1949. For full citation see The Second World War, 1939-45 .

Lockhart, Robert H. Bruce. "Some Personal Memories." In Edward Benes: Essays and Reflections presented on the Occasion of His Sixtieth Birthday, 1945 [Chapter 4, Opocensky]: 80-96.

Machray, Robert. "Benes: A Diplomat of the New Europe." 1931. For full citation see From 1918 to 1939: The First Czechoslovak Republic .

Mackenzie, Compton. Dr. Benes. Toronto: G. G. Harrap & Co. [1946] 356p.

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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Milyukov, Paul. "Edward Benes." Slavonic Review 17, no. 50 (Jan 1939): 297-322.

Odlozilik, Otakar. "Edvard Benes' Memoirs." Journal of Central European Affairs 8, no. 4 (January 1949): 412-20. Review article.

Paneth, Philip. Eduard Benes, a Leader of Democracy. London: Alliance Press [1945] 127p.

Sarolea, Charles. "Edward Benes - Central Europe's Peacemaker." 1922. For full citation see From 1918 to 1939: The First Czechoslovak Republic.

Seton-Watson, Robert W. "Benes and Masaryk." In Edward Benes: Essays and Reflections Presented on the Occasion of His Sixtieth Birthday, 1945 [Chapter 4, Opocensky]: 185-91.

Seton-Watson, Robert W. "Edvard Benes." Slavonic and East European Review 27, no. 69 (May 1949): 359-62.

Spinka, Matthew. "The Relation of the Czech Reformation to the Humanistic Programme of President Benes." In Edward Benes: Essays and Reflections Presented on the Occasion of His Sixtieth Birthday, 1945 [Chapter 4, Opocensky]: 107-17.

Steed, Henry Wickham. "Edward Benes." In Edward Benes: Essays and Reflections Presented on the Occasion of His Sixtieth Birthday, 1945 [Chapter 4, Opocensky]: 54-71.

[Taborsky, Eduard] Taborsky, Edward. President Edvard Benes: Between East and West, 1938-1948. Stanford, Calif.: Hoover Institution Press, c1981.

Taborsky, Edward. "President Edward Benes and the Crises of 1938 and 1948." 1978. For full citation see General Works: Works on More than One Period or Subject.

Taborsky, Edward. "The Triumph and Disaster of Eduard Benes." 1958. For full citation see General Works: Works on More than One Period or Subject.

Taylor, Alan J. P. "Benes: The Metternich of Democracy." Spirit of Czechoslovakia 4, no. 7-8 (May 28, 1943): 65.

Taylor, Alan J. P. "Czechoslovakia and Europe: The Foreign Policy of Dr. Benes." In Edward Benes: Essays and Reflections Presented on the Occasion of His Sixtieth Birthday, 1945 [Chapter 4, Opocensky]: 157-69.

Thomson, S. Harrison. "Eduard Benes and the Tradition of Czechoslovak Foreign Relations." In Edward Benes: Essays and Reflections on the Occasion of His Sixtieth Birthday, 1945 [Chapter 4, Opocensky]: 170-84.

Thomson, S. Harrison. "Edvard Benes - 1884-1948." Journal of Central European Affairs 8, no. 3 (October 1948): 239-41.

Ullmann, Walter. "Benes between East and West." 1991. For full citation see General Works: Works on More than One Period or Subject.

Weltsch, Felix. "A Critical Optimist: An Essay on Edward Benes as Philosopher." In Edward Benes: Essays and Reflections Presented on the Occasion of His Sixtieth Birthday, 1945 [Chapter 4, Opocensky]: 118-56.

Wright, Quincy. "Dr. Benes at Chicago, 1939." In Edward Benes: Essays and Reflections Presented on the Occasion of His Sixtieth Birthday, 1945 [Chapter 4, Opocensky]: 97-106.

BOLZANO, BERNARD

Talacko, Joseph V. "Bernard Bolzano, Czech Pioneer of Modern Mathematics." In Czechoslovakia Past and Present, vol. 2, 1968 [Chapter 4, Rechcigl]: 1655-66.

CHARLES IV.

Dvornik, Francis. "Charles IV, Emperor and King of Bohemia, and Casimir the Great, King of Poland." 1962. For full citation see From 1306 to 1608 .

Jarrett, Bede. The Emperor Charles IV. London: Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1935. 247p.

CHELCICKY, PETR

Herben, Jan. "Petr Chelcicky, the Thirteenth Apostle." In his Huss and His Followers, 121-36. London: G. Bles [1926]

Spinka, Matthew. "Peter Chelicicky: The Spiritual Father of the Unitas Fratrum." Church History 12, no. 4 (December 1943): 271- 91.

Wagner, Murray. "Life and Thought of Petr Chelcicky: A Radical Separatist in Hussite Bohemia." PhD diss, Chicago, Theological Seminary, 1973.

Wagner, Murray L. Petr Chelcicky: A Radical Separatist in Hussite Bohemia. Foreword by Jarold K. Zeman. Scottdale, Pa.: Herald Press, 1983. 219p.

Saints CYRIL and METHODIUS

Dvornik, Francis. Byzantine Missions among the Slavs: SS. Constantine-Cyril and Methodius. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, 1970. 484p.

Lacko, Michael. Saints Cyril mand Methodius. Rome: Slovak Editions 'Sts. Cyril and Methodius', 1963. 235p.

Potocek, Cyril J. Saints Cyril and Methodius, Apostles of the Slavs. New York: P. J. Kennedy [c1941] 172.

Tybor, M. Martina. Sts. Cyril & Methodius: The Glory of the Slavs. Milwaukee: Bruce Press [1963] 149p.

DERER, IVAN

Bruegel, J. W. "The Career of Ivan De'rer." East Central Europe 12, no. 1 (1985): 39-40.

Horak, Jiri. "Remembering Ivan Derer." East Central Europe 12, no. 1 (1985): 41-50.

DOBROVSKY, JOSEF

Weingart, Milos. "Joseph Dobrovsky, the Patriarch of Slavonic Studies." Slavonic Review 7, no. 21 (March 1929): 663-75.

DUBCEK, ALEXANDER

Dubcek, Alexander. Hope Dies Last: The autobiography of Alexander Dubcek. Edited and translated by Jiri Hochman. New York: Kodansha International, 1993. 354p.

Dubcek, Alexander, with Andras Sugar. Dubcek Speaks. Translated by Kathy Szent-Gyorgyi. London, New York: I. B. Tauris; distributed in the United States by St. Martin's Press, New York, 1990. 110p. Lengthy biographical interview screened by Hungarian television in April 1989.

Shawcross, William. Dubcek. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1970. 317p. Includes Dubcek's statements and Speeches of 27 August 1968 and 26 September 1969.

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----- ----- Rev. and updated ed. New York: Simon and Schuster, c1990. 244p.

Tigrid, Pavel. Why Dubcek Fell. 1971. For full citation see From 1945 to 1989.

Viney, Deryck. "Alexander Dubcek." Studies in Comparative Communism 1, no. 1/2 (July/October 1968): 17-39.

ELIZABETH, QUEEEN, CONSORT OF FREDERICK I.

Benger, Elizabeth O. Memoirs of Elizabeth Stuart, Queen of Bohemia, Daughter of King James the First. Including Sketches of the state of Society in Holland and Germany, in the 17th Century. London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, 1825. 2 v.

Buchan, Alice. A Stuart Portrait: Being a Brief Study of a Stuart Princess, Elizabeth, Daughter of James 1st., Electress Palatine and Queen of Bohemia, Known in Her Lifetime and Remembered Long After as 'the Queen of Hearts'. London: P. Davies, 1934. 180p.

Gorst-Williams, Jessica. Elizabeth, the Winter Queen. London: Abelard, 1976, c1977. 198p.

Green, Mary A. E. Elizabeth, Electress Palatinate and Queen of Bohemia. London: Methuen & Co. [1909] 469p.

Hay, Marie. The Winter Queen, Being the Unhappy History of Elizabeth Stuart, Electress Palatinate, Queen of Bohemia: A Romance. Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin, 1910. 432p.

Hodgkin, Robert H. "Elizabeth of Bohemia, Daughter of James I. and VI." In Five Stuart Princesses, edited by Robert S. Rait, 47- 164. Westminster: A. Constable, 1902.

Lenanton, Carola M. A. Elizabeth of Bohemia. London: Hoder and Stoughton, 1938. 500p.

Letters of Elizabeth, Queen of Bohemia. Compiled by L. M. Baker, introduction by Cicely V. Wedgewood. London: Bodley Head, 1953. 361p. Includes letters from Prague in 1619 and 1620.

Ross, Josephine. The Winter Queen: The Story of Elizabeth Stuart. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1979. 165p.

FUCIK, JULIUS

Hostovsky, Egon. The Communist Idol Julius Fucik and His Generation. New York: National Committee for a Free Europe, 1953. 16p.

FURDEK, STEPHEN

Hrobak, Philip A. "The Rev. Stephen Furdek." Slovakia 5, no. 2-3 (June-September 1955): 3-10.

Tybor, M. Martina. "Father of American Slovaks." Slovakia 16, no. 39 (1966): 25-40.

GAJDA, RADOLA

Zacek, Joseph F. "Radola Gajda of Czechoslovakia." 1988. For full citation see General Works: Works on More than One Period or Subject.

GOTTWALD, KLEMENT

Matejka, Jaroslav. Klement Gottwald. [Translated by Joy Moss- Kohoutova]. Prague: Orbis, 1973. 102p.

HAVEL, VACLAV

Havel, Vaclav. Disturbing the Peace: A Conversation with Karel Hvizdala. Translated and with an introduction by Paul Wilson. New York: Knopf, distributed by Random House, 1990. 228p.

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Kriseova, Eda. Vaclav Havel: The Authorized Biography. Translated by Caleb Crain. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1993. 297p.

Matustik, Martin J. Postnational Identity: Critical Theory and Existential Philosophy in Habermas, Kierkegaard, and Havel. 1993. For full citation see From 1945 to 1989.

Simmons, Michael. The Reluctant President: A Political Life of Vaclav Havel. London: Methuen, 1991. 229P.

HAVLICEK, KAREL

Herben, Jan. "Karel Havlicek (1821-1856). Slavonic Review 3, no. 8 (Dec 1924): 285-303.

Heim, Michael Henry. The Russian Journey of Karel Havlicek Borovsky. 1979. For full citation see From 1618 to 1914.

Mann, S. E. "Karel Havlicek: A Slav Pragmatist." 1961. For full citation see From 1618 to 1914.

Reinfeld, Barbara K. "Karel Havlicek (1821-1856): A National Liberal Leader of the Czech Renaissance." 1979. For full citation see From 1618 to 1914.

Reinfeld, Barbara K. Karel Havlicek (1821-1856) a National Liberation Leader of the Czech Renascence. 1982. For full citation see From 1618 to 1914.

HERMAN, AUGUSTINE

Capek, Thomas. Augustine Herrman of Bohemia Manor. Prague: [State Printing Office] 1930. 35p. Also listed in Czechs and Slovaks in the United States and Other Countries .

Erhardt, Clement D. Augustine Herrman, Lord of Bohemian Manor. [Baltimore, 1965] 20p. Also listed in Czechs and Slovaks in the United States and Other Countries .

Heck, Earl L. Augustine Herrman, Beginner of the Virginia Tobacco Trade, Merchant of New Amsterdam and First Lord of Bohemia Manor in Maryland. [Richmond: William Byrd Press] 1941. 123p. Also listed in Czechs and Slovaks in the United States and Other Countries.

Rechcigl, Miloslav, Jr. "Augustine Herman Bohemiensis." Kosmas: Journal of Czechoslovak and Central European Studies 3, no. 1 (Summer 1984): 139-48. Also listed in Czechs and Slovaks in the United States and Other Countries.

Stump, Henry A. Augustine Herman, 1606-1686, Founder of Bohemia Manor, 1661. Baltimore: Abrams, 1929. 28p. Also listed in Czechs and Slovaks in the United States and Other Countries.

Svejda, M. Norma. "Augustine Herman of Bohemia Manor." In The Czechoslovak Contribution to World Culture, 1964 [Chapter 4, Rechcigl): 500-04. Also listed in Czechs and Slovaks in the United States and Other Countries . For full citation see Czechs and Slovaks in the United States and Other Countries.

HEYDRICH, REINHARD

Burgess, Alan. Seven Men at Daybreak. 1960, 1966. Assassination of Reinhard Heydrich. For full citation see The Second World War, 1939-45.

Calic, Edouard. Reinhard Heydrich: The Chilling Story of the Man Who Masterminded the Nazi Death Camps. Translated by Lowell Bair. New York: Morrow, c1985. 272p.

Deschner, Gunther. Reinhard Heydrich, a Biography. New York: Stein and Day, 1981, 351p.

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Drabek, Jaroslav. "The Assassination of Reinhard Heydrich: A Re- Evaluation." 1968. For full citation see The Second World War, 1939-45.

Graber, G. S. The Life and Times of Reinhard Heydrich. New York: McKay, c1980. 245p.

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Heydrich: The Murderer. 1942. For full citation see The Second World War, 1939-45.

Ivanov, Miroslav. The Assassination of Heydrich, 27 May 1942. 1973. For full citation see The Second World War, 1939-45.

Ivanov Miroslav. Target: Heydrich. 1974. For full citation see The Second World War, 1939-45.

MacDonald, Callum. The Killing of SS Obergruppenfuhrer Reinhard Heydrich. London, Macmillan, 1989. 239p.

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Snyder, Louis L. "Hangman Heydrich." In his Hitler's Elite: Biographical Sketches of Nazis Who Shaped the Third Reich, 189- 204. New York: Hippocrene Books, c1989.

Wighton, Charles. Heydrich, Hitler's Most Evil Henchman. Philadelphia: Chilton Co., Book Division, 1962. 288p.

Wykes, Alan. Heydrich. New York: Ballantine Books, 1973. 158p.

HODZA, MILAN

Mudry-Sebik, Michal. "Milan Hodza and Federation in Central and Eastern Europe." 1968. For full citation see General Works: Works on More than One Period or Subject.

Mudry-Sebik, Michal. "Milan Hodza's Efforts to Federalize Central Europe." 1979. For full citation see General Works: Works on More than One Period or Subject.

HOLLAR, VACLAV

Urzidil, Johannes. Hollar: A Czech Emigre in England. London: The 'Czechoslovak', 1942. 69p. Includes 30 illustrations.

HRDLICKA, ALES

Schultz, Adolph H. "Biographical Memoir of Ales Hrdlicka, 1869- 1943." Biographical Memoirs of the National Academy of Sciences 23 (1945): 305-38.

HUS, JAN See Jan Hus

JAN BLAHOSLAV

Herben, Jan. "Bishop Jan Blahoslav." In his Huss and His Followers, 149-62. London: G. Bles [1926]

Strupl, Milos. "John Blahoslav, 'Father and Charioteer of the Lord's People in the Unitas Fratrum'." In Czechoslovakia Past and Present, vol. 2, 1968 [Chapter 4, Rechcigl]: 1232-46.

JAN Z JENSTEJNA

Weltsch, Ruben E. "Archbishop John of Jenstein (1348-1400): Papalism, Humanism and Reform in Pre-Hussite Prague." PhD diss, University of Colorado, 1962. Also listed in From 1306 to 1608.

Weltsch, Ruben E. Archbishop John of Jenstein (1348-1400): Papalism, Humanism and Reform in Pre-Hussite Prague. The Hague, Paris: Mouton, 1968. 252p.

JANOSIK, JURAJ

Houdek, Ivan. "Janosik - the Slovak Robin Hood." Slovakia 2, no. 3 (December 1952): 42-51.

Krafcik, Patricia A. "Janosik : Unraveling the Man from the Legend." Slovakia 33, no. 60-61 (1987-1988): 7-22.

Okal, John, ed. Janosik: A Carpathian Saga. Whiting, Ind.: J. J. Lach, 1954. 63P. Includes historical outline.

JERONYM PRAZSKY

Betts, Reginald R. "Jerome of Prague." 1969. For full citation see From 1306 to 1608.

Gilpin, William. "Life of Jerome of Prague." In his The Lives of Reformers, vol. 1, 1809 [Chapter 4, Gilpin]: 209-39.

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

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 (see Jan Hus). Also listed in Jan Hus.

Watkins, Renee Neu. "The Death of Jerome of Prague: Divergent Views." Speculum 47, no. 1 (January 1967): 104-29. Includes English translation of letter of Florentine humanist Poggio Bracciolini to Leonardo Bruni.

JIRI Z PODEBRAD

Heymann, Frederick G. George of Bohemia: King of Heretics. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1965, 671p.

[Jiri z Podebrad] The Universal Peace Organization of King George of Bohemia: A Fifteenth Century Plan for World Peace, 1462/1464. 1964. For full citation see From 1306 to 1608.

Odlozilik, Otakar. The Hussite King: Bohemia in European Affairs, 1440-1471. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press [1965] 337p.

JONAS, KAREL

Chrislock, C[arl] Winston. Charles Jonas (1840-1896): Czech National Liberal, Wisconsin Bourbon Democrat. Philadelphia: Balch Institute Press; London; Cranbury, NJ: Associated University Presses, c1993. 209p.

JUDAH LOEW BEN BEZALEL

Sadek, Vladimir. "The Spiritual World of Rabbi Judah Loew Ben Bezalel." 1991-1992. For full citation see Jews and Jewish Affairs.

Sherwin, Byron L. Mystical Theology and Social Dissent: The Life and Works of Judah Loew of Prague. Rutherford, N.J.: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press; London, East Brunswick, N.J.: Associated University Presses, c1982. 253p.

Shulman, Yaacov D. The Maharal of Prague: The Story of Rabbi Yehudah Loew. New York: CIS, c1992. 237p.

Weiss, Abner. "Rabbi Loew of Prague: Theory of Human Nature and Morality." PhD diss, Yeshiva University, 1969. Also listed in Jews and Jewish Affairs.

KLOFAC, VACLAV

Garver, Bruce. "Vaclav Klofac and the Czechoslovak National Socialist Party." 1990. For full citation see General Works: Works on More than One Period or Subject.

Garver, Bruce. "Vaclav Klofac and the Czechoslovak National Socialist Party." 1992 For full citation see General Works: Works on More than One Period or Subject.

KOLLAR, JAN

Auty, Robert. "Jan Kollar, 1793-1852." Slavonic and East European Review 31, no. 76 (December 1952): 74-91.

KOMENSKY, JAN AMOS (COMENIUS) See Jan Amos Komensky (Comenius)

KRAMAR, KAREL

Seton-Watson, Robert W. "Karel Kramar." Slavonic Review 16, no. 46 (Jan 1937): 183-89. Obituary.

Winters, Stanley B. "T. G. Masaryk and Karel Kramar: Long Years of Friendship and Rivalry." 1990. For full citation see Tomas G. Masaryk.

LENIN, VLADIMIR I.

Ivanov, Miroslav. Lenin and Prague. [Translated by Marian Wilbraham; chief editor Libuse Prokopova; edited by E. Lauer] Prague: Orbis, 1967. 122p.

LUTZOW, FRANCIS

Polisensky, J. V. "Francis Lutzow. 1949. For full citation see Historians and Historiography, Lutzow.

MASARYK, ALICE

Keith, Bruce. "Alice Masaryk (1879-1966)." In Women in Sociology: A Bio-Bibliographical Sourcebook, edited by Mary Jo Deegan, 298- 305. New York: Greenwood Press, 1991.

Mitchell, Ruth Crawford, comp. Alice Garrigue Masaryk, 1879-1966: Her Life as Recorded in Her Own Words and by Her Friends. Special editing by Linda Vlasak, introduction by Rene Wellek. [Pittsburgh] University Center for International Studies, University of Pittsburgh, c1980. 251p.

MASARYK, CHARLOTTE GARRIGUE

Belohlavek, Bedrich. Charlotte G. Masaryk and the Czechoslovak Nation. [London]: Czechoslovak Red Cross in London, 1941. 63p. Lecture delivered in London on 10 December 1940; text in English and Czech.

Reinfeld, Barbara K. "Charlotte Garrigue Masaryk, 1850-1923." Czechoslovak and Central European Journal 8, no. 1/2 (Summer/Winter 1989): 90-103.

Revilliod, Olga. "In Memoriam - Charlotte Garrigue Masaryk." Spirit of Czechoslovakia 4, no. 6 (May 8, 1943): 51.

Veger, Mila. Czechoslovakia's American First Lady. Translated by Brackett Lewis. New York: Masaryk Institute, 1939. 16p.

MASARYK, JAN

Davenport, Marcia. Too Strong for Fantasy. 1967. For full citation see General Works: Works on More than One Period or Subject.

Lockhart, Robert H. Bruce. Jan Masaryk, a Personal Memoir. [London] Dropmore Press [1951] 80p.

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Powell, Robert. "Jan Masaryk." Slavonic and East European Review 28, no. 71 (April 1950): 332-41.

Sterling, Claire. The Masaryk Case. New York: Harper & Row, c1969. 366p.

----- ----- With an afterword by Adam B. Ulam. Boston, Mass.: D. R. Godine, 1982, c1969. 374p.

MASARYK, TOMAS G. See Tomas G. Masaryk

MASARYK, TOMAS G. and JAN

Zeman, Zbynek A. B. The Masaryks: The Making of Czechoslovakia. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, c1976. 230p.

----- ----- New York: Barnes & Noble, 1976. 230p.

----- ----- London, New York: I. B. Tauris; distributed by St. Martin's Press, New York, 1990. 230p.

MATIEGKA, JINDRICH

Novak, Ladislav P. "Jindrich Matiegka and His Contributions to Physical Anthropology." In Czechoslovakia Past and Present, vol. 2, 1968 [Chapter 4, Rechcigl]: 1648-54.

MENDEL, GREGOR

Dunn, L[eslie] C. "Mendel, His Work and His Place in History." In Czechoslovakia Past and Present, vol. 2, 1968 [Chapter 4, Rechcigl]: 1591-1608.

Iltis, Hugo. Life of Mendel. Translated by Eden and Cedar Paul. New York: W. W. Morton [1932] 3369. Translation of Gregor Johann Mendel, Leben, Werk und Wirkung.

Orel, Vitezslav. Mendel. Translated by Stephen Finn. Oxford [Oxfordshire]; New York: Oxford University Press, 1984. 111p. Original Czech version published under same title.

Sootin, Harry. Gregor Mendel: Father of the Science of Genetics. New York: Vanguard Press [1959] 223P.

MORAVEC, FRANTISEK

Moravec, Frantisek. Master of Spies: The Memoirs of General Frantisek Moravec. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1975. 240p.

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----- ----- [Alexandria, VA]: Time-Life Books, 1991. 240p.

MURGAS, JOSEPH

Palickar, Stephen J. A Pictorial Biography of Rev. Joseph Murgas, Pioneer Inventor in the Field of Wireless Telegraphy and Radio. Wilkes-Barre, Pa.: Murgas Memorial Foundation, 1953 [i.e. 1954] 83p.

Palickar, Stephen J. Rev. Joseph Murgas, Priest-Scientist: His Musical Wireless and the First Radio: A Biography. New York, 1950. 164p.

Spak, M. Edwardine. "Reverend Joseph Murgas (1864-1929)." Slovak Studies 16 (1976): 119-64.

NAPRSTEK, VOJTECH

Solle, Zdenek. "Vojtech Naprstek and His Era: Bohemia, the United States, and the Transmission of Cultures." East Central Europe 17, no. 1 (Spring 1990): 1-30.

PALACKY, FRANTISEK

Hoffmannova, Jaroslava. "Frantisek Palacky and His Wife Terezie." 1981. For full citation see Historians and Historiography, Palacky.

Schwarzenberg, Frantisek. Frantisek Palacky. 1978. For full citation see Historians and Historiography, Palacky.

Subrtova, Alena. "Mr. Palacky." 1981 For full citation see Historians and Historiography, Palacky.

Zacek, Joseph F. Palacky: The Historian As Scholar and Nationalist. 1970. For full citation see Historians and Historiography, Palacky.

PODHAJSKY, ALOIS

Kalvoda, Josef. "General Alois Podhajsky': Czechoslovak War Leader." 1988. For full citation see Chapter 9.

PREMYSL OTAKAR II

Parrott, Cecil. "Otakar Premysl: King of Bohemia." History Today 16, no. 11 (November 1966): 765-72.

PROVAZNIKOVA, MARIE

Dusek, Paul P., Jr. "Marie Provaznik: Her Life and Contributions to Physical Education." PhD diss, University of Utah, 1981.

PURKYNE, JAN EVANGELISTA

Gibson, William C. "Jan Evangelista Purkyne, 1787-1869: A Czech Nationalist and Scientific Pioneer." 1968. For full citation see Culture, Science, Economic History: Science, Technology, Economics, Geography.

Krivy, Miroslav. "J. E. Purkyne: Czech Scientist and Patriot (1787-1869)." 1938. For full citation see Culture, Science, Economic History: Science, Technology, Economics, Geography.

Pollak, Otakar, J. "Jan Evangelista Purkyne: International Scientist and National Leader, 1787-1869." 1987. For full citation see Culture, Science, Economic History: Science, Technology, Economics, Geography.

Steiner, I., J. Sajner, and O. J. Pollak. "Remembering J. E. Purkyne." 1987. For full citation see Culture, Science, Economic History: Science, Technology, Economics, Geography.

RIEGER, FRANTISEK L.

Pech, Stanley Z. "F. L. Rieger: The Road from Liberalism to Conservatism." 1957. For full citation see From 1618 to 1914.

Pech, Stanley Z. "Frantisek Ladislav Rieger: Some Critical Observations." 1957 For full citation see From 1618 to 1914.

ROKYTANSKY, KAREL

Miciotto, Robert J. "Carl Rokitansky: Nineteenth-Century Pathologist and Leader of the New Vienna School." 1979. For full citation see Culture, Science, Economic History: Science, Technology, Economics, Geography.

RUDOLF II

Evans, Robert J. Rudolf II and His World: A Study in Intellectual History, 1576-1612. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1973. 323p.

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Holzer, Hans. The Alchemist: The Secret Magical Life of Rudolf von Habsburg. New York: Stein and Day, 1974. 192p.

SETON-WATSON, ROBERT W.

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SHIMEK, BOHUMIL

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SIDOR, KAROL

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STEFANIK, MILAN R.

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STOJAN, ANTONIN CYRIL

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STRANSKY, ADOLF

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SVEHLA, ANTONIN

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[Palecek, Antonin] Palecek, Anthony. "Antonin Svehla: Czech Peasant Statesman." Slavic Review 21, no. 4 (December 1962): 699- 708.

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Seton-Watson, Robert W. "Antonin Svehla." Slavonic Review 12, no. 36 (Apr 1934): 725-27. Obituary.

SYCHRAVA, LEV

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TISO, JOZEF

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TROCHTA, STEPAN

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TYRS, MIROSLAV

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WALLENSTEIN

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Gvozdanovic-Goss, Vladimir. "Moravia's History Reconsidered: The Tomb of St. Methodius and the Church of Our Lady at Morovic (Yugoslavia)." East European Quarterly 14, no. 4 (Winter 1980): 487-95.

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Kestenberg-Gladstein, Ruth. "A Joachimite Prophecy Concerning Bohemia." Slavonic and East European Review 34, no. 82 (December 1955): 34-55. Period of Premysl Otakar II.

Krasovska Ludmila. Roman Bronze Vessels from Slovakia. Translated from the manuscript by Hana Schuck. Oxford: British Archeological Reports, 1978. 81p.

Krasovska Ludmila. The Roman Cemetery at Gerulata Rusovce. Revised by the author; translated by Hana Schuck. Oxford: British Archeological Reports, 1976. 108p. Translation and revision of Gerulata Rusovce.

Kutnik, Jozef. "Benedictine Missionaries in Slovakia in the 9th- 11th Centuries." Slovak Studies 22 (1982): 79-131.

Lacko, Michael. "Cyrilomethodian Mission and Slovakia." Slovak Studies 1 (1961): 23-49.

Lacko, Michael. "Early Iconography of Sts. Cyril and Methodius in Slav Eastern Churches." Slovak Studies 12 (1972): 193-200.

Lacko, Michael. "Great-Moravian and Cyrillo-Methodian Era Researched: Synthesis of Studies 1959-1970." Slovak Studies 10 (1970): 193-217.

Lacko, Michael. "The Popes and Great Moravia in the Light of Roman Documents." Slovak Studies 12 (1972): 9-133.

Lacko, Michael. "SS. Cyril and Methodius: Their First Trip to Rome." Slovakia 13, no. 1 (March 1963): 58-63.

Lacko, Michael. Saints Cyril and Methodius. 1963. For full citation see Biographies and Memoirs, Saints Cyril and Methodius. Leeper, Allen. "Germans, Avars and Slavs." Slavonic Review 12, no. 34 (July 1933): 117-32.

Lewis, Frank R. "Ottokar II of Bohemia and the Double Election of 1257." Speculum 12, no. 4 October 1937): 512-15.

Litva, Felix J., ed. "The Origins of Our History: The Bibliography: 1100th Anniversary of the Death of St. Methodius." 1982. For full citation see Bibliographies.

Lunt, Horace G. "The Beginning of Written Slavic." Slavic Review 23, no. 2 (June 1964): 212-19. Comments on Cyrillo-Methodian mission.

Matejcek, Antonin, and Jindrich Samal, eds. Legends of Czech Saints in the XIVth Century: Liber Depictus. Translated by V. Buresh. Cleveland: Micro Photo Division, Bell & Howell, 1964. 225p. Translation of Legendy o ceskych patronech v obrazkove knize ze XIV. stoleti.

"A Medieval Chronicler Describes Early Bohemia." In Documentary History of Eastern Europe, 1970 [Chapter 4, Bannan and Edelenyi]: 14-16. Excerpts from Bohemian Chronicle of Cosmas of Prague.

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Nemec, Ludvik. "The Recent Reinvestigation of Cyrillomethodian Sources and Their Basic Problems." 1968. For full citation see Historians and Historiography.

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Seton, Walter W., ed. Nicholas Glassberger and His Works. 1923. For full citation see Historians and Historiography, Glassberger.

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Spetko, Joseph. "Religious Cults in Slovakia before Arrival of Slavs." Slovak Studies 22, (1982): 7-26.

Stloukal, Karel. Saint Wenceslas in the History and the Traditions of the Czechoslovak People. Prague: National Democrat Political Club, 1929. 16p. Abridgment of work published in Czech on occasion of millenary of St. Wenceslaus.

Tiso, Frano. "The Empire of Samo." Slovak Studies 1 (1961): 1-21.

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Vyskocil, Jan Kapistran. The Legend of Blessed Agnes of Bohemia and the Four Letters of St. Clare. 1963. For full citation see Biographies and Memoirs, Agnes, Princess of Bohemia.

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