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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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From 1306 to 1618

Alfoldi, Laszlo M. "The Battle of Mohacs, 1526." In From Hunyadi to Rakoczi: War and Society in Late Medieval and Early Modern Hungary, 1982 [Chapter 4, Bak and Kiraly]: 189-201. Followed by three maps.

Bancroft, Richard. "An Imperfectly Recorded Early Czech Translation of Luther?" Slavonic and East European Review 34, no. 82 (December 1955): 230-31.

"The Battle of Mohacs". In Documentary History of Eastern Europe, 1970 [Chapter 4, Bannan and Edelenyi]: 80-85. Excerpts from Istvan Brodarics, "Die Schlacht von Mohacs" in Ungarns Geschichte und Kultur in Dokumenten, edited by Julius von Farkas.

Bartl, Julius. "Political and Social Situation in Slovakia at the Turning Point of the 14th and 15th Centuries and the Reign of Sigismund of Luxemburg." Studia Historica Slovaca 9 (1979): 41- 84.

Bartos, Frantisek Michalek. The Hussite Revolution, 1424-1437. English edition prepared by John M. Klassen. Boulder: East European Monographs; distributed by Columbia University Press, New York, 1986. 204p. Translation of Husitska revoluce.

Betts, Reginald R. "The Central Monarchies." In Europe in the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries, by Denys Hay, 212-40. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston [c1966] Includes Bohemia, Hungary, and Poland.

----- ----- London: Longmans, 1966.

----- ----- New York: Longman, 1989.

Betts, Reginald R. "English and Czech Influences on the Hussite Movement." In his Essays in Czech History, 1969 [Chapter 4, Betts]]: 132-59.

Betts, Reginald R. "The Influence of Realist Philosophy on Jan Hus and His Predecessors in Bohemia." 1951, 1969. For full citation see Jan Hus.

Betts, Reginald R. "Jan Hus." 1969. For full citation see Jan Hus.

Betts, Reginald R. "Jerome of Prague." In his Essays in Czech History, 1969 [Chapter 4, Betts]: 195-235.

Betts, Reginald R. "National and Heretical Religious Movements from the End of the Fourteenth to the Middle of the Fifteenth Century." In his Essays in Czech History, 1969 [Chapter 4, Betts]: 107-31.

Betts, Reginald R. "Peter Payne in England." In his Essays in Czech History, 1969 [Chapter 4, Betts]: 236-46.

Betts, Reginald R. "The Place of the Czech Reform Movement in the History of Europe." Slavonic and East European Review 25, no. 65 (April 1947): 372-90. Also in his Essays in Czech History, 1969 [Chapter 4, Betts]: 86- 106.

Betts, Reginald R. "Richard fitzRalph, Archbishop of Armagh, and the Doctrine of Dominion." In his Essays in Czech History, 1969 [Chapter 4, Betts]: 160-75.

Betts, Reginald R. "Social and Constitutional Development in Bohemia in the Hussite Period." In his Essays in Czech History, 1969 [Chapter 4, Betts]: 264-84.

Betts, Reginald R. "The Social Revolution in Bohemia and Moravia in the Later Middle Ages." Past and Present no. 2 (November 1952): 24-31. Comments on Frantisek Graus's Chudina mestska v dobe predhusitske and Cesky obchod se suknem ve 14. a pocatkem 15. stoleti.

Betts, Reginald R. "Society in Central and Western Europe: Its Development towards the End of the Middle Ages." In his Essays in Czech History, 1969 [Chapter 4, Betts]: 247-63.

Betts, Reginald R. "Some Political Ideas of the Early Czech Reformers." Slavonic and East European Review 31, no. 76 (December 1952): 20-35. Also in his Essays in Czech History, 1969 [Chapter 4, Betts]: 63- 85.

Betts, Reginald R. "The University of Prague: 1348." 1948, 1969. For full citation see Culture, Science, Economic History: Culture, Learning, Education.

Bogucka, Maria. "The Towns of East-Central Europe from the Fourteenth to the Seventeenth Century." In East-Central Europe in Transition: From the Fourteenth to the Seventeenth Century, 1985 [Chapter 4, Maczak, Samsonowicz, Burke]: 97-108. Includes Bohemia.

Bradac, Josef. "Czech Visitors to Fifteenth Century England." History Today 15, no. 5 (May 1965): 320-27. Mission of Lev z Rozmitalu.

Brock, Peter. "The Political and Social Doctrines of the Unity of the Czech Brethren in the Fifteenth Century." PhD diss, University of Oxford, 1955.

Brock, Peter. The Political and Social Doctrines of the Unity of Czech Brethren in the Fifteenth and Early Sixteenth Centuries. 's-Gravenhage: Mouton, 1957. 302p.

Broucek, Peter. "The Border Defenses of Lower Austria, Styria, and Moravia against the Turks and Rakoczi's Insurgents." In From Hunyadi to Rakoczi: War and Society in Late Medieval and Early Modern Hungary, 1982 [Chapter 4, Bak and Kiraly]: 493-513. Bucher, Magnus E. "Emperor Sigismund and the German Electors, 1410-1431." PhD diss, University of Colorado, 1960.

Capek, Milic. "The Influence of the Czech Reformation in the District of Kladsko." In Czechoslovakia Past and Present, vol. 2, 1968 [Chapter 4, Rechcigl]: 1184-1207.

Cermak, F. "Jaroslav Meznik's Prague Before the Hussite Revolution." Translated by '-ar-'. Kosmas: Journal of Czechoslovak and Central European Studies 3&4, no. 2&1 (Winter 1984/Summer 1985): 171-91. Review essay discussing a Czech manuscript accepted for publication, but not published, in 1972. F. Cermak is the pen name of a historian who works and lives in Czechoslovakia.

Clasen, Claus Peter. Anabaptism; A Social History, 1525-1618: Switzerland, Austria, Moravia, South and Central Germany. Ithaca: Cornell University Press [1972] 523p.

Cook, William R. "John Wyclif and Hussite Theology 1415-1436." Church History 42, no. 3 (Sept 1973): 335-49.

Cook, William R. "Negotiations between the Hussites, the Holy Roman Emperor, and the Roman Church, 1427-36." East Central Europe 5, no. 1 (1978): 90-104.

Cook, Wlliam R. "Peter Payne, Theologian and Diplomat of the Hussite Revolution." PhD diss, Cornell University, 1971.

Daniel, David P. The Historiography of the Reformation in Slovakia. 1977. For full citation see Historians and Historiography.

Daniel, David P. "The Lutheran Reformation in Slovakia, 1517- 1618." PhD diss, Pennsylvania State University, 1972.

Daniel, David P. "The Protestant Reformation and Slovak Ethnic Consciousness." Slovakia 28, no. 51-52 (1978-1979): 49-65.

Dillon, Kenneth J. "King and Estates in the Bohemian Lands, 1526- 1564." PhD diss, Cornell University, 1973.

Dillon, Kenneth J. King and Estates in the Bohemian Lands, 1526- 1564. Bruxelles: Edition de la Librairie encyclopedique, 1976. 206p.

Domonkos, Leslie S. "The Battle of Mohacs As a Cultural Watershed." In From Hunyadi to Rakoczi: War and Society in Late Medieval and Early Modern Hungary, 1982 [Chapter 4, Bak and Kiraly]: 203-24.

[Dvornik, Frantisek] Dvornik, Francis. Byzantine Missions among the Slavs: SS. Constantine-Cyril and Methodius. 1970. For full citation see Biographies and Memoirs, Cyril and Methodius.

Dvornik, Francis. "Charles IV, Emperor and King of Bohemia, and Casimir the Great, King of Poland." In his The Slavs in European History and Civilization, 1962 [Chapter 4, Dvornik]: 61-88.

Dvornik, Francis. "The Czech Reformation and Its Aftermath." In his The Slavs in European History and Civilization, 1962 [Chapter 4, Dvornik]: 183-211.

Dvornik, Francis. "The Jagiellonian Dynastic Commonwealth and the Turkish Danger." In his The Slavs in European History and Civilization, 1962 [Chapter 4, Dvornik]: 232-46.

Dvornik, Francis. "John of Bohemia, Emperor Louis IV, and Poland." In his The Slavs in European History and Civilization, 1962 [Chapter 4, Dvornik]: 38-60.

Evans, R[obert] J. "Bohemia, the Emperor, and the Porte, 1550- 1600." Oxford Slavonic Papers, New Series 3 (1970): 85-106.

Evans, Robert J. "The Court of Rudolf II and the Culture of Bohemia, 1576-1612." PhD diss, University of Cambridge, 1969.

Evans, Robert J. Rudolf II and His World: A Study in Intellectual History, 1576-1612. 1973. For full citation see Biographies and Memoirs, Rudolf II.

----- ----- Oxford: Clarendon Press; New York: Oxford University Press, 1984, c1973. 323p.

Fichtner, Paula S. "When Brothers Agree: Bohemia, the Habsburgs, and the Schmalkaldic Wars, 1546-1547." Austrian History Yearbook 11 (1975): 67-78. Followed by comments of Gernot Heiss, 79-81.

Fousek, Marianka S. "Church Discipline in the Early Unitas Fratrum." PhD diss, Harvard University, 1960.

Fousek, Marianka S. "The Discipline of the 16th Century Unitas Fratrum." In Studies in Czechoslovak History, vol. 1, 1976 [Chapter 4, Rechcigl]: 26-38.

Fousek, Marianka S. "The Ethos of the Unitas Fratrum." In Czechoslovakia Past and Present, vol. 2, 1968 [Chapter 4, Rechcigl]: 1221-31.

Fousek, Marianka S. "On Secular Authority and Military Service among the Bohemian Brethren in the 16th and Early 17th Centuries." In Tolerance and Movements of Religious Dissent in Eastern Europe, 1975 [Chapter 4, Kiraly]: 53-64.

Fousek, Marianka S. "The Pastoral Office in the Early Unitas Fratrum." Slavonic and East European Review 40, no. 95 (June 1962): 444-57.

Held, Joseph. "Jan Hus." 1979. For full citation see Jan Amos Komensky (Comenius).

Herben, Jan. Huss and His Followers. 1926. For full citation see Jan Amos Komensky (Comenius).

Herman, Jan. "Conflict between Jewish and non-Jewish Population in Bohemia before the 1541 Banishment." 1970. For full citation see Jan Amos Komensky (Comenius).

Heymann, Frederick G. "City Rebellions in 15th-Century Bohemia and their Ideological and Sociological Background." Slavonic and East European Review 40, no. 95 (June 1962): 324-40.

Heymann, Frederick G. George of Bohemia: King of Heretics. 1965. For full citation see Biographies and Memoirs, Jiri z Podebrad.

Heymann, Frederick G. "George of Podebrady's Plan for an International Peace League." In The Czechoslovak Contribution to World Culture, 1964 [Chapter 4, Rechcigl]: 224-44.

Heymann, Frederick C. "The Impact of Martin Luther upon Bohemia." Central European History 1, no. 2 (June 1968): 107-30.

Heymann, Frederick G. John Zizka and the Hussite Revolution. 1955; and 1969. For full citation see Biographies and Memoirs, Zizka.

Heymann, Frederick G. " The Role of the Bohemian Cities during and after the Hussite Revolution." In Tolerance and Movements of Religious Dissent in Eastern Europe, 1975 [Chapter 4, Kiraly]: 27-41.

Hostetler, John A. "The Golden Period in Moravia." In his Hutterite Society, 29-59. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press [1974]

Hrejsa, Ferdinand. "England and the Bohemian Reformation." In President Masaryk in Paris, Brussels and London in October, 1923, 1924 [Biographies and Memoirs, President Masaryk]: 115-23.

Jacob, E. F. "The Bohemians at the Council of Basel, 1433." In Prague Essays, 1949 [4, Seton-Watson]: 81-123.

[Jiri z Podebrad] The Universal Peace Organization of King George of Bohemia: A Fifteenth Century Plan for World Peace, 1462/1464. Prague: Pub. House of the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, 1964. 120p.

Kaminsky, Howard. A History of the Hussite Revolution. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1967. 580p.

Kaminsky, Howard M. "The Hussite Movement in History." PhD diss, University of Chicago, 1953.

Kaminsky, Howard. "On the Sources of Matthew of Janov's Doctrine." In Czechoslovakia Past and Present, vol. 2, 1968 [Chapter 4, Rechcigl]: 1175-83

Kaminsky, Howard. "The Religion of Hussite Tabor." In The Czechoslovak Contribution to World Culture, 1964 [Chapter 4, Rechcigl]: 210-23.

Kautsky, Karl. Communism in Central Europe in the Time of the Reformation. Translated by J. L. and E. G. Mulliken. London: T. F. Unwin, 1897. 293p. Chapter 2 on Taborites, Chapter 3 on Bohemian Brethren.

----- ----- New York: Russell & Russell, 1959. 293p.

----- ----- New York: A. M. Kelley, 1966. 293p.

Kitts, Eustace J. Pope John the Twenty-Third and Master John Hus of Bohemia. 1910. For full citation see Jan Amos Komensky (Comenius).

Klassen, John M. "The Czech Nobility's Use of the Right of Patronage on Behalf of the Hussite Reform Movement." Slavic Review 34, no. 2 (June 1975): 341-59.

Klassen, John M. "Images of Anti-Majesty in Hussite Literature." Bohemia 33, no. 2 (1992): 267-81.

Klassen, John M. "Marriage and Family in Medieval Bohemia." East European Quarterly 19, no. 3 (Fall 1985): 257-74.

Klassen, Johannes M. "Noble Patronage and Politics in the Hussite Revolution." PhD diss, University of Washington, Seattle, 1973.

Klassen, Johannes M. "Ownership of Church Patronage and the Czech Nobility's Support for Hussitism." Archiv Reformat 66 (1975): 36- 49.

Krejci, Jaroslav. "The Meaning of Hussitism." Journal of Religious History 8, no. 1 (June 1974): 3-20.

Krejci, Jaroslav, assisted by Anna Krejcova. "The Czech 'Hussite' Revolution." In their Great Revolutions Compared: The Search for a Theory, 22-48. New York: St. Martin's, 1983.

Kucera, Matus. "Iconography of a Slovak Calendar from the Year 1432." Studia Historica Slovaca 9 (1979): 11-40.

Lastufka, Ken. "Bohemia during the Medieval Black Death: A Pocket of Immunity." East European Quarterly, 19, no. 3 (Fall 1985): 275-80.

Lochman, Jan Milic. "Spiritual and Ecumenical Significance of Czech Reformation." Czechoslovak and Central European Journal 9, no. 1/2 (Summer/Winter 1990): 1-11.

Loserth, Johann. Wiclif and Hus. 1884. For full citation see Jan Amos Komensky (Comenius).

Lutzow, [Francis] Count. The Hussite Wars. London: J. M. Dent & Sons; New York: E. P. Dutton & Co., 1914. 384p.

Macek, Josef. "The Emergence of Serfdom in the Czech Lands." East Central Europe 9, no. 1-2 (1982): 7-23.

Macek, Josef. The Hussite Movement in Bohemia. Prague: Orbis, 1953. 47p.

----- ----- 2d enl. ed. Translated by Vile'm Fried and Ian Milner. Prague: Orbis, 1958. 138p.

----- ----- New York: AMS Press, [1980] 138p.

Macek, Josef. The Hussite Movement in Bohemia. Translated by Vilem Fried and Ian Milner. London: Lawrence and Wishart, 1965. 119p.

Meznik, Jaroslav. "Religious Toleration in Moravia in the 16th Century." Translated by Linda Vlasak. Kosmas: Journal of Czechoslovak and Central European Studies 3&4, no. 2&1 (Winter 1984/Summer 1985): 109-23.

Monego, John E. "The Social and Educational Thought of the Narodni Humaniste in Bohemia, 1495-1547." PhD diss, University of Virginia, 1980.

Mudroch, Vaclav. "The Age of Jan Hus in Recent Czechoslovak Historical Literature." 1968. For full citation see Historians and Historiography.

Nemec, Jaroslav. "Prokop Waldfogel of Prague and the 15th Century Printers of the Kingdom of Bohemia." In The Czechoslovak Contribution to World Culture, 1964 [Chapter 4, Rechcigl]: 471- 76.

Nichols, William G. "Emperor Ferdinand II and Albrecht von Wallenstein: Imperial Absolutism and Statesmanship in the Seventeenth Century Crisis." East European Quarterly 11, no. 3 (Fall 1977): 257-66.

Odlozilik, Otakar. "A Church in a Hostile State: The Unity of Czech Brethren." Central European History 6, no. 2 (June 1973): 11-27.

Odlozilik, Otakar. The Hussite King: Bohemia in European Affairs, 1440-1471. 1965. For full citation see Biographies and Memoirs, Jiri z Podebrad.

Odlozilik, Otakar. "Problems of the Reign of George of Podebrady." Slavonic and East European Review 20 (1941): 206-22.

Odlozilik, Otakar. Wyclif and Bohemia: Two Essays. Prague, 1937. 60p.

Odlozilik, Otakar. "Wycliffe's Influence upon Central and Eastern Europe." Slavonic Review 7, no. 21 (March 1929): 634-48.

Panek, Jaroslav. "The Expedition of the Czech Noblemen to Italy within Period 1551-1552: A Contribution to History of International Relations in the Field of Culture, Politics and Finances in the 16th Century." Historica 30 (1990): 29-95.

Perjes, Geza. The Fall of the Medieval Kingdom of Hungary: Mohacs 1526-Buda 1541. Translated by Mario D. Fenyo. Boulder, Colo.: Social Science Monographs; Highland Lakes, N.J.: Atlantic Research and Publications; distributed by Columbia University Press, New York, 1989. Battle of Mohacs in Part II, Chapters 5-10. Translation of Mohacs.

Polisensky, Josef. "England and Bohemia in Shakespeare's Day." In Charles University on Shakespeare, edited by Zdenek Stribrny, 65- 81. Praha: Universita Karlova, 1966.

Polivka, Miloslav. "The Bohemian Lesser Nobility at the Turn of the 14th and 15th Century." Historica 25 (1985): 121-75.

Polivka, Miloslav. "Nicholas of Hus: One of the Leading Personages of the Beginnings of the Hussite Revolution." Translated by Jaroslav Tayer. Historica 28 (1988): 75-121.

Porter, Livingstone. "A History of the University of Prague, 1348-1622." PhD diss, University of California, Berkeley, 1930. Also listed in Culture, Science, Economic History: Culture, Learning, Education.

Potter, George R. "Some Characteristics of the Fourteenth Century." In Prague Essays, 1949 [Chapter 4, Seton-Watson]: 19- 28.

Runzo, Jean Ellen G. "Communal Discipline in the Early Anabaptist Communities of Switzerland, South and Central Germany, Austria, and Moravia, 1525-1550." PhD diss, University of Michigan, 1978.

Salaquarda, Charles. "Charles IV, Humanism, and Imperial Policy: Czech Ramifications." Kosmas: Journal of Czechoslovak and Central European Studies 5, no. 1 (Summer 1986): 89-124.

Schofield, A. N. E. D. "An English Version of Some Events in Bohemia during 1434." Slavonic and East European Review 42, no. 99 (June 1964): 312-21. Letter written by Nicholas Frome, abbot of Glastonbury, on 9 June 1434.

Sedinova, Jirina. "Old Czech Legends in the Work of David Gans (1592)." 1978. For full citation see Jews and Jewish Affairs.

Sedlo, J. "The Influence of Jan 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 Jan Amos Komensky (Comenius).

Smahel, Frantisek. "The Idea of the 'Nation' in Hussite Bohemia." Translated by Roberta F. Samsour. Historica 16, 17 (1969): 143- 247, 93-197.

Spinka, Matthew. "John Hus' Conflict over Papal Indulgences." 1976. For full citation see Jan Hus.

Spinka, Matthew. "Paul Kravar and the Lollard-Hussite Relations." Church History 25, no. 1 (March 1956): 16-26.

Spinka, Matthew. "Peter Chelcicky: The Spiritual Father of the Unitas Fratrum." 1943. For full citation see Biographies and Memoirs, Chelcicky.

Svitak, Ivan. "John Dee and Edward Kelley." Kosmas: Journal of Czechoslovak and Central European Studies 5, no. 1 (Summer 1986): 125-38.

Thomson, S. Harrison. "The Czechoslovaks to 1620." In Czechoslovakia: Twenty Years of Independence, 1940 [Chapter 4, Kerner]: 8-28.

Thomson, S. Harrison. "Learning at the Court of Charles IV." 1950. For full citation see Culture, Science, Economic History: Culture, Learning, Education.

Urbanek, Rudolf. "Jan Zizka, the Hussite." 1924. For full citation see Biographies and Memoirs, Zizka.

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

Wagner Murray. Petr Chelcicky: A Radical Separatist in Hussite Bohemia. 1983. For full citation see Biographies and Memoirs, Chelcicky.

Watkins, Renee Neu. "The Death of Jerome of Prague: Divergent Views." 1967. For full citation see Biographies and Memoirs, Jeronym Prazsky.

Wellek, Rene. "Bohemia in Early English Literature." Slavonic and East European Review 21, no. 56 (March 1943): 114-46.

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 Biographies and Memoirs, Jan z Jenstejna.

Weltsch, Ruben E. Archbishop John of Jenstein (1348-1400): Papalism, Humanism and Reform in Pre-Hussite Prague. 1968. For full citation see Biographies and Memoirs, Jan z Jenstejna.

Wood, Anthony. "The Bohemian Revolt, 1618 and the Reign of the Winter King." History Today 5, no. 6 (June 1955): 391-400.

Wylie, James H. The Council of Constance to the Death of John Hus. 1900. For full citation see Jan Hus.

Young, Robert F. A Bohemian Scholar at Heidelberg and Oxford in the Sixteenth Century: Jan Bernart of Prerov (1553-1600). 1928. For full citation see Culture, Science, Economic History: Culture, Learning, Education.

Zeman, Jarold K. The Anabaptists and the Czech Brethren in Moravia 1526-1628: A Study of Origins and Contacts. The Hague, Paris: Mouton, 1969. 408p. Revision of thesis, University of Zurich.

Zeman, Jarold K. "Responses to Calvin and Calvinism among the Czech Brethren." Occasional Papers of the American Society for Reformation Research 1 (1977): 41-52.

Zeman, Jarold K. "The Rise of Religious Liberty in the Czech Reformation." Central European History 6, no. 2 (June 1973): 128- 47.

Zilka, Frantisek. "The Czech Reformation and Its Relation to the World Reformation." Slavonic Review 8, no. 23 (Dec 1929): 284-91.

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Abrams, Bradley F. "The Austro-Czech Jewish Intelligentsia of 1848 and the Osterreichisches Central-Organ fur Glaubensfreiheit, Cultur, Geschichte und Literatur der Juden." 1990. For full citation see Jews and Jewish Affairs.

Agnew, Hugh L. "Czech National Consciousness between Enlightenment and Romanticism, 1780-1815." PhD diss, Stanford University, 1981.

Agnew, Hugh L. "Czechs, Slovaks, and the Slovak Lingustic Separatism of the Mid-Nineteenth Century." In The Czech and Slovak Experience, 1992 [Chapter 4, Morison]: 21-37.

Agnew, Hugh L. "The Emergence of Modern Czech National Consciousness: A Conceptual Approach." Ethnic Studies 10 (1993): 211-22.

Agnew, Hugh L. "Enlightenment and National Consciousness: Three Czech 'Popular Awakeners.'" In Nation and Ideology: Essays in Honor of Wayne S. Vucinich, edited by Ivo Banac, John G. Ackerman, and Roman Szporluk, 201-26. Boulder: East European Monographs; distributed by Columbia University Press, New York, 1981. Vaclav Matej Kramerius, Frantisek Jan Tomsa, and Jan Rulik.

Agnew, Hugh L. Origins of the Czech National Renascence. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, c1993. 338p.

Agnew, Hugh L. "When Is a Nation Not a Nation? The Formation of the Modern Czech Nation." History of European Ideas 15, no. 4-6 (August 1992): 787-92.

Albrecht, Catherine. "National Economy or Economic Nationalism in the Bohemian Crownlands 1848-1914." 1992. For full citation see Culture, Science, Economic History: Science, Technology, Economics, Geography.

Albrecht, Catherine. "Pride in Production: The Jubilee Exhibition of 1891 and Economic Competition between Czechs and Germans in Bohemia." 1993 For full citation see Culture, Science, Economic History: Science, Technology, Economics, Geography.

Albrecht, Catherine. "Two Czech Economists: Albin Braf and Josef Kaizl." 1992. For full citation see Culture, Science, Economic History: Science, Technology, Economics, Geography.

Auty, Robert. "Language and Society in the Czech National Revival." Slavonic and East European Review 35, no. 84 (December 1956): 241-48.

Bakisian, Nina. "The Danubian Federation Projects: Motions for Unity in an Age of Nationalism and Dissent." PhD diss, University of California, Santa Barbara, 1992. Projects proposed in 19th century.

Barker, Thomas M. "Vaclav Eusebius z Lobkovic (1609-1677): Military Entrepreneurship, Patronage, and Grace." Austrian History Yearbook 14 (1978): 31-50. Followed by comments by Anna M. Drabek and Alexander Balisch, and author's reply, 51-55.

Barker, Thomas M. "Vaclav Eusebius z Lobkovic (1609-1677): Military Entrepreneurship, Patronage, and Grace." In his Army, Aristocracy, Monarchy: Essays on War, Society, and Government in Austria, 1618-1780, 112-27. Boulder: Social Science Monographs; distributed by Columbia University Press, New York, 1982. Amended version of preceding item.

Baumgarten, Ronald V. "Slovakia's Role in the 1848 Revolutions." PhD diss, Florida State University, 1982.

Beller, Elmer A. Caricatures of the 'Winter King' of Bohemia from the Sutherland Collection in the Bodleian Library. London: Oxford University Press, H. Milford, 1928. 5p.

Beller, Steven. "The British View of Bohemia before 1914." In Grossbritannien, die USA und die bohmischen Lander 1848-1938, 1991 [Chapter 4, Schmidt-Hartmann and Winters]: 75-85.

Beller, Steven. "German Liberalism, Nationalism and the Jews: The Neue Freie Presse and the German-Czech Conflict in the Habsburg Monarchy 1900-1918." 1993, For full citation see Jews and Jewish Affairs.

Benes, Vaclav L. "The Slovaks in the Habsburg Empire: A Struggle for Existence." Austrian History Yearbook 3, Pt. 2 (1967): 335- 64.

Berls, Janet W. "The Elementary School Reforms of Maria Theresa and Joseph II in Bohemia." PhD diss, Columbia University, 1970. Also listed in Culture, Science, Economic History: Culture, Learning, Education.

Bess, Ann Brown. "The Emancipation of the Peasants of North Hungary in 1848: A Study in Social Reform and Nationalism." PhD diss, Indiana University, 1979.

[Bjornson, Bjornstjerne, et al.] Count Albert Apponyi, the So- called Angel of Peace, and What He Stands for in Hungary: A Few Pen Pictures by Bjornstjerne Bjornson and Others. Cleveland: Slovak National Committee, 1911. 30p. Includes article by Bjornstjerne Bjornson and excerpts from publications by Robert W. Seton-Watson and Louis Leger discussing situation of Slovaks in Hungary.

Bohemian Section at the Austrian Exhibition, Earl's Court, London, 1906: Guide to the Bohemian Section and to the Kingdom of Bohemia. Prague: A. Wiesner, 1906. 224p.

Boia, Lucian. Relationships between Romanians, Czechs, and Slovaks (1848-1914). [Translated from the Romanian by Sanda Mihailescu]. Bucuresti: Editura Academiei Republicii Romania, 1977. 157p.

Borman, Stuart. "The Prague Student Zionist Movement, 1896-1914." PhD diss, University of Chicago, 1972. Also listed in Jews and Jewish Affairs.

Bosak, Edita. "Czech-Slovak Relations and the Student Organisation Detvan, 1882-1914." In Slovak Politics, 1983 [Chapter 4, Kirschbaum, Stanislav]: 6-41.

Bosak, Edita. "Czech-Slovak Relations from the 1840s to 1914." Slovakia 35, no. 64-65 (1991-1992): 63-77. Followed by comments by Carol Skalnik Leff, 109-15.

Bosak, Edita. "The Slovak National Movement, 1848-1914." In Reflections on Slovak History, 1987 [Chapter 4, Kirschbaum and Roman]: 59-72.

Boucek, Jaroslav A. "Slavic Consciousness and the Slav Congress at Prague in 1848." in Studies in Czechoslovak History, vol. 2, 1976 [Chapter 4, Rechcigl]: 66-78.

Bouydosh, Ernest. "The Quadrennial Reports of the Bishops of Spis and Banska Bystrica to Rome." Slovak Studies 16 (1976): 221-24. Period 1780-1830; reports in Latin on pages 225-317.

Bradac, Josef. "The Art of Wenceslas Hollar." History Today 15, no. 10 (October 1965): 706-12. Includes eleven illustrations.

Bradley, John F. N. "Czech Nationalism and Socialism in 1905." American Slavic and East European Review 19, no. 1 (February 1960): 74-84.

Bradley, John F. N. "Czech Nationalism in the Light of French Diplomatic Reports 1867-1914." Slavonic and East European Review 42, no. 98 (December 1963): 38-53.

Bradley, John F. N. Czech Nationalism in the Nineteenth Century. Boulder: East Europen Monographs; distributed by Columbia University Press, New York, 1984. 153p.

Bradley, J[ohn] F. N. "Czech Pan-Slavism Before the First World War." Slavonic and East European Review 40, no. 94 (December 1961): 184-205.

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