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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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The First World War 1914-1918 and Its Aftermath

Austrian Terrorism in Bohemia. With an introduction by Professor T. G. Masaryk. (London): Czech National Alliance in Great Britain [1916?] 38p. Discusses persecution of Karel Kramar and other acts of repression. Chapter 1 originally appeared in New Statesman in June, 1916, Chapters 2 and 3 are reprints from La Nation Tcheque of May and June, 1916.

Baerlein, Henry P. The March of Seventy Thousand. London: L. Parsons [1926] 287p. Czechoslovak Legion in Russia.

----- ----- New York: Arno Press, 1971. 287p.

Balawyder, A. "The Czechoslovak Legion Crosses Canada, 1920." East European Quarterly 6, no. 2 (June 1972): 177-91.

Becvar, Gustav. The Lost Legion: A Czechoslovak Epic. London: S. Paul [1939] 256p. Czechoslovak Legion in Russia; personal narrative.

Benes, Edvard. Bohemia's Case for Independence. 1917. For full citation see General Works: Works on More than One Period or Subject .

Benes, Edvard. "Germany and the Habsburg Problem." New Europe 4, no. 41 (26 July 1917): 51-56.

"Bohemia's Demand for Independence." New Europe 3, no. 34 (7 June 1917): 238-42. Text of three documents: Protest against censorship issued by Union of Czech Journalists on 25 April 1917; Manifesto of Czech writers addressed to Czech deputies [on 17 May 1917]; Statement of Czech deputies of 20 May 1917.

Bradley, John F. N. Allied Intervention in Russia 1917-1920. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1968. 251p. Czechoslovak Legion in Chapter 4 and other parts of the book.

----- ----- New York: Basic Books, 1968. 251p.

----- ----- Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1984. 251p.

Bradley, J[ohn] F. N. "The Allies and the Czech Revolt against the Bolsheviks in 1918." Slavonic and East European Review 43, no. 101 (June 1965): 275-92.

Bradley, John F. N. Civil War in Russia, 1917-1920. New York: St. Martins' Press, 1975. 197p. Actions of Czechoslovak Legion and Allied intervention in Chapters 3 and 4.

----- ----- London: B. T. Batsford, 1975. 197p.

Bradley, John F. N. The Czechoslovak Legion in Russia, 1914-1920. Boulder: East European Monographs; distributed by Columbia University Press, 1991. 156p.

Bradley, J[ohn] F. N. "A Note on the Foundation of the Czechoslovak Republic." Slavic and East European Review 38, no. 90 (December 1959): 223-25. Note on Souhrnna hlaseni presidia prazskeho mistodrzitelstvi o protistatni, protirakouske a protivalecne cinnosti v Cechach 1915-18, published in Prague in 1957.

Bunyan, James, comp. "Allied Intervention and the Czechoslovaks." In his Intervention, Civil War, and Communism in Russia, April- December 1918: Documents and Materials, 60-111. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Press, 1936.

----- ----- New York: Octagon Books, 1976.

Calder, Kenneth J. Britain and the Origins of the New Europe, 1914-1918. Cambridge [Eng.]; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1976. 268p. Czechoslovak independence movement discussed mainly in Chapters 3, 5 and 7.

Carley, Michael J. "The Origins of the French Intervention in the Russian Civil War, January-May 1918: A Reappraisal." Journal of Modern History 48, no. 3 (September 1976): 413-39. Comments on historical background of activities of Czechoslovak Legion.

Carley, Michael J. Revolution and Intervention: The French Government and the Russian Civil War, 1917-1919. Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, c1983. 265p. Includes Czechoslovak Legion.

Chamberlin, William H. "The Clash with the Czechs and the Democratic Counterrevoluton." In his The Russian Revolution, 1917-1921, vol. 2, 1-24. New York: Macmillan, 1935.

----- ----- New York: Macmillan, 1952.

----- ----- Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1987.

Chaszar, Edward. "Trianon and the Problem of National Minorities." In Essays on World War I: Total War and Peacemaking, a Case Study on Trianon, 1982 [Chapter 4, Kiraly, Pastor, Sanders]: 479-89.

Chrislock, C[arl] Winston. "Reluctant Radicals: Czech Social Democracy and the Nationality Question, 1914-1918." PhD diss, Indiana University, 1972.

"The Collapse of Austria-Hungary: Utter Defeat in Second Battle of the Piave Leads to Surrender and Break-up of the Empire." Current History 9, no. 3 (December 1918): 392-98.

Connaughton, Richard M. The Republic of the Ushakovka: Admiral Kolchak and the Allied Intervention in Siberia, 1918-20. London; New York: Routledge, 1990. 193p. Czechoslovak Legion discussed in Chapter 3 and in other parts of the book.

"The Czech Declaration of 6 January." New Europe 6, no. 72 (28 February 1918): 221-23. Declaration of congress of Czech deputies held in Prague on 6 January 1918.

The Czechoslovak Flag: Historic Coat of Arms of the Czechoslovak Lands: Arms and Flag of the Czechoslovak National Council. [New York: B. Orr Press, 1918] [4]p. Consists of one-page description signed by Czechoslovak National Council, dated September 1918, and five illustrations.

"Czechs Recognized by U.S.: Our Country Joins Great Britain, France, and Italy in Formally Recognizing the New Nation." Current History 9, no. 1 (October 1918): 85-89. Includes statements by Secretary of State Robert Lansing and T. G. Masaryk.

Deak, Francis. Hungary at the Peace Conference: The Diplomatic History of the Treaty of Trianon. New York: Columbia University Press, 1942. 594p.

----- ----- New York: H. Fertig, 1972. 594p.

Dobson, Christopher, and John Miller. The Day They Almost Bombed Moscow: The Allied Intervention in Russia, 1918-1920. New York: Atheneum, 1986. 288p. Czechoslovak Legion discussed in Chapters 1, 10, and 17.

Dupuy, Richard, E. Perish by the Sword: The Czechoslovak Anabasis and Our Supporting Campaigns in North Russia and Siberia 1918- 1920. Harrisburg, Pa.: The Military Service Publishing Co. [c1939] 302p.

Durica, Milan S. "Milan R. Stefanik and His Tragic Death in the Light of Italian Military Documents." Slovak Studies 10 (1970): 147-84.

Durica, Milan S. "Milan R. Stefanik and His Tragic Death in the Light of Italian Military Documents." In General Milan R. Stefanik, 1880-1980: Historical Profile, edited by Jozef Ihnat et al., 3-41. New York: Slovak-American Cultural Center, 1981.

Fest, Wilfried. Peace or Partition: The Habsburg Monarchy and British Policy, 1914-1918. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1978. 276p.

Fic, Victor M. The Bolsheviks and the Czechoslovak Legion: The Origin of Their Armed Conflict, March-May 1918. New Delhi: Abhinav Publications, 1978. 495p.

Fic, Victor M. "The Origins of the Conflict between the Czechoslovak Legion and the Bolsheviks: March to May, 1918." PhD diss, Columbia University, 1968.

Fic, Victor M. Revolutionary War for Independence and the Russian Question: Czechoslovak Army in Russia, 1914-1918. New Delhi: Abhinav Publications, 1977, 270p.

Fic, Victor M. "Soviet Historians on the Origin of the Conflict between the Czechoslovak Legion and the Bolsheviks in May 1918." 1968. For full citation see Historians and Historiography.

Fichtner, Paula S. "Americans and the Disintegration of the Habsburg Monarchy: The Shaping of an Historiographical Model." 1977. For full citation see Historians and Historiography.

Fleming, Peter. The Fate of Admiral Kolchak. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World [1963] 253p. Involvement of Czechoslovak Legion in Chapters 1, 7, 11, 16-18.

----- ----- London: Hart-Davis, 1963. 253p.

Footman, David. Civil War in Russia. New York: Praeger, 1962, c1961. 328p. Involvement of Czechoslovak Legion in Chapter 2 and other parts of the book.

----- ----- Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1975, c1961. 328p.

Footman, David. The Last Days of Kolchak. Oxford: St. Anthony's College, 1953. 4l. Includes involvement of Czechoslovak Legion.

Fowkes, F[rank] B. M. "The Policy of the Habsburg Monarchy towards the Bohemian Question, 1913-1918." PhD diss, University of London, School of Economics and Political Science, 1967.

Fuchs, Mary B. "The Problem of the Hungarian-Czechoslovak Frontier, November 3rd, 1918-November 15th, 1920." PhD diss, St. Johns University, 1942.

Galantai, Jozsef. Trianon and the Protection of Minorities. Translated by Ervin Dunay. Boulder, Colo.: Social Science Monographs; Highland Lakes, N.J.: Atlantic Research and Publications; distributed by Columbia University Press, New York, 1992. 185p. Translation of Trianon es kisebbsegvedelem.

Goldhurst, Richard. The Midnight War: The American Intervention in Russia, 1918-1920. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1978. 288p. Includes Czechoslovak Legion.

Graves, William S. "Aid to the Czechs." In his America's Siberian Adventure, 1918-1920, 34-54. New York: J. Cape & H. Smith [[1931] Aid to Czechoslovak Legion in Siberia.

----- ----- New York: P. Smith, 1941.

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

Graves, William S. "The Gaida Revolution." In his America's Siberian Adventure, 1918-1920, 275-316. New York: J. Cape & H. Smith [1931] General R. Gajda's activities in Vladivostok in 1919.

----- ----- New York: P. Smith, 1941.

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

Hanak, Harry. "France, Britain, Italy and the Independence of Czechoslovakia in 1918." In Czechoslovakia: Crossroads and Crises, 1918-88, 1989 [Chapter 4, Stone and Strouhal]: 30-61.

Hanak, Harry. "The Government, the Foreign Office and Austria- Hungary, 1914-1918." Slavonic and East European Review 47, no. 108 (January 1969): 160-97.

Hanak, Harry. Great Britain and Austria-Hungary during the First World War: A Study in the Formation of Public Opinion. London, New York: Oxford University Press, 1962. 312p.

Hanak, Harry. "The New Europe, 1916-20." Slavonic and East European Review 39, no. 93 (June 1961): 369-99."

Holotik, Ludovit. "The Impact of First World War on the Czech and Slovak Nations." Studia Historica Slovaca 6 (1969): 107-18.

Hoyt, Edwin P. The Army without a Country. New York: Macmillan [1967] 243p. Czechoslovak Legion in Russia.

Hurban, Vladimir S. "The Czech Exodus: A Siberian Epic: How 50,000 Determined Men Fought Their Way from Moscow to Vladivostok." Current History 9, no. 3 (December 1918): 507-11.

Husek, Stephanie O. "Milan Rastislav Stefanik." 1954. For full citation see Biographies and Memoirs, Stefanik.

Jackson, Robert. "The Czechoslovak Legion." In his At War with the Bolsheviks: The Allied Intervention into Russia, 1917-20, 43- 49. London: Tom Stacey, 1972. Czechoslovak Legion also discussed in several other chapters of the book.

Jahelka, Joseph. "The Role of Chicago Czechs in the Struggle for Czechoslovak Independence." 1938. For full citation see Czechs and Slovaks in the United States and Other Countries.

Jelinek, Yeshayahu. "The Treaty of Trianon and Czechoslovakia: Reflections." In Essays on World War I: Total War and Peacemaking, a Case Study on Trianon, 1982 [Chapter 4, Kiraly, Pastor, Sanders]: 439-55.

Jesina, Cestmir, comp. The Birth of Czechoslovakia. [Washington] Czechoslovak National Council of America, Washington, D.C. Chapter, 1968. 110p. 102 documents from November 1915 to October 1918; 72 photographs.

Kalina, Antonin S. "The Winning Back of Czechoslovak Independence." PhD diss, Georgetown University, 1935

Kalvoda, Josef. "Czech and Slovak Prisoners of War in Russia During the War and Revolution." In Essays on World War I: Origins and Prisoners of War, edited by Samuel R. Williamson, Jr., and Peter Pastor, 215-38. New York: Social Science Monographs, Brooklyn College Press; distributed by Columbia University Press, New York, 1983.

Kalvoda, Josef. "The Czechoslovak-Hungarian Dispute." In Essays on World War I: Total War and Peacemaking, a Case Study on Trianon, 1982 [Kiraly, Pastor, Sanders]: 275-95.

Kalvoda, Josef. "General Alois Podhajsky: Czechoslovak War Leader." In East European War Leaders: Civilian and Military, edited by Bela K. Kiraly and Albert A. Nofi, 303-17. Boulder: Social Science Monographs; Highland Lakes, N.J.: Atlantic Research and Publications; distributed by Columbia University Press, New York, 1988.

Kalvoda, Josef. "Masaryk in America in 1918." 1979. For full citation see Tomas G. Masaryk.

Kalvoda, Josef. "The Origins of Czechoslovakia (Russia - The Home Front)." In Czechoslovakia: Crossroads and Crises, 1918-88, 1989 [Chapter 4, Stone and Strouhal]: 11-29.

Kalvoda, Josef. "The Origins of the Czechoslovak Army." In East Central European Society in World War I, edited by Bela K. Kiraly and Nandor F. Dreisziger, 419-35. Boulder: Social Science Monographs; Highland Lakes: Atlantic Research and Publications; distributed by Columbia University Press, 1985.

Kennan, George F. "American Troops in Russia: Aid for the Czecho- Slovaks?" In American Intervention in the Russian Civil War, compiled by Betty M. Unterberger, 51-60. Lexington, Mass.: Heath, c1969.

Kennan, George F. Soviet-American Relations, 1917-1920. 2 vols. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1956-1958. Czechoslovak Legion extensively discussed in volume 2, The Decision to Intervene, especially in Chapters 6, 12, and 13.

----- ----- New York: Norton, 1984.

Kerner, Robert. J. "World War, Revolution and Peace Conference." In Czechoslovakia: Twenty Years of Independence, 1940 [Chapter 4, Kerner]: 51-70.

Kertesz, Stephen D. "The Consequences of World War I: The Effects on East Central Europe." In Essays on World War I: Total War and Peacemaking, a Case Study on Trianon, 1982 [Chapter 4, Kiraly, Pastor, Sanders]: 39-57.

Kettle, Michael. Russia and the Allies 1917-1920. Vol. 2: The Road to Intervention, March-November 1918. London; New York: Routledge, 1988. 401p. Czechoslovak Legion discussed mainly in Chapters 3-8.

Kisch, Guido. "Woodrow Wilson and the Independence of Small Nations in Central Europe." Journal of Modern History 19, no. 3 (September 1947): 235-38. Contacts between Congressman Adolph J. Sabath and President Wilson; includes Sabath's letter to Guido Kisch dated 13 October 1945.

Kovtun, George J. The Czechoslovak Declaration of Independence: A History of the Document. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, 1985, 59p. Includes Masaryk's Czech draft and its translation, preliminary text and the final version of the Declaration.

Kovtun, George J. "Masaryk in Japan." 1985. For full citation see Tomas G. Masaryk.

Kovtun, George J. "Masaryk's New Europe: The History and the Purpose of the Book." 1989. For full citation see Tomas G. Masaryk.

Latawski, Paul. "Lewis Namier and the Criteria of State-Building: The Construction of Czechoslovakia and Poland, 1915-1920." In Grossbritannien, die USA und die bohmischen Lander 1918-1938, 1991 [Chapter 4, Schmidt-Hartmann and Winters]: 143-51.

Lewis, Brackett. Eyewitness Story of the Occupation of Samara, Russia, by the Czechoslovak Legion in June 1918. Preface by Cestmir Jesina. Washington, D.C.: Czechoslovak Society of Arts and Sciences in America, 1977. 20p.

Long, John W., and C. Howard Hopkins. "T. G. Masaryk and the Strategy of Czechoslovak Independence: An Interview in Russia on 27 June 1917." 1978. For full citation see Tomas G. Masaryk.

Maddox, Robert J. The Unknown War with Russia: Wilson's Siberian Intervention. San Rafael, Calif.: Presidion Press, c1977. 156p. Czechoslovak Legion discussed in Chapters 3 and 5.

Mamatey, Victor S. "The Czech Wartime Dilemma: The Habsburgs or Entente?" In East Central European Society in World War I, edited by Bela K. Kiraly and Nandor F. Dreisziger, 103-11. Boulder: Social Science Monographs; Highland Lakes, N.J.: Atlantic Research and Publications; distributed by Columbia University Press, New York.

Mamatey, Victor S. "The Czecho-Slovak Agreement of Pittsburgh (May 30, l9l8) Revisited." Kosmas: Journal of Czechoslovak and Central European Studies 2, no. 2 (Winter 1983): 41-48.

Mamatey, Victor S. "Masaryk and Wilson: A Contribution to the Study of Their Relations." 1989. For full citation see Tomas G. Masaryk.

Mamatey, Victor S. "The Role of President Wilson in the Foundation of Czechoslovakia." In Czechoslovakia Past and Present, vol. 1, 1968 [Chapter 4, Rechcigl]: 19-29.

Mamatey, Victor S. "The Slovaks and Carpatho-Ruthenians." 1967. For full citation see Czechs and Slovaks in the United States and Other Countries .

Mamatey, Victor S. "The Union of Czech Political Parties in the Reichsrat 1916-1918." The Habsburg Empire in World War I, 1977 [Chapter 4, Kann, Kiraly, Fichtner]: 3-28.

Mamatey, Victor S. "The United States and Czechoslovak Independence." In Czechoslovakia: Crossroads and Crises, 1918-88, 1989 [Chapter 4, Stone and Strouhal]: 62-79

Mamatey, Victor S. The United States and East Central Europe, 1914-1918: A Study in Wilsonian Diplomacy and Propaganda. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1957. 431p. Standard work with substantial treatment of Czechoslovak independence movement.

----- ----- Port Washington, N.Y.: Kennikat Press, 1972. 431p.

Mamatey, Victor S. "The United States and the Dissolution of Austria-Hungary." Journal of Central European Affairs 10, no. 3 (Oct 1950): 256-70.

Mamatey, Victor S. "The United States Recognition of the Czechoslovak National Council of Paris (September 3, 1918)." Journal of Central European Affairs 13, no. 1 (April 1953): 47- 60.

Manning, Clarence A. The Siberian Fiasco. New York: Library Publishers [1952] 210p. Discusses American involvement in Siberia 1918-1920, includes activities of Czechoslovak Legion.

Marchant, Francis P. Bohemia: Her Story and Her Claims. London: National Czech Alliance, 1916? 15p. Example of pro-Czech propaganda during First World War. Reprinted from The Asiatic Review, August, 1916.

Markovic, Ivan. "The Cooperation of Slovaks and Czechs in War and Revolution." In Slovakia Then and Now: A Political Survey, 1931 [Chapter 4, Seton-Watson]: 92-106.

[Masaryk, Tomas G.] Declaration of Independence of the Czechoslovak Nation. [New York]: Printed for the Czechoslovak Arts Club by the Marchbanks Press, 1918. 7p. Also listed in Tomas G. Masaryk.

[Masaryk, Tomas G.] 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 listed in Tomas G. Masaryk.

[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.

Matocha, B. P. "Work of the Czechoslovaks in America." Current History 10, no. 2 (May 1919): 309-12. Assistance to independence movement.

May, Arthur J. "H. A. Miller and the Mid-European Union of 1918." American Slavic and East European Review 16, no. 4 (December 1957): 473-88.

May, Arthur J. "The Mid-European Union." In The Immigrants' Influence on Wilson's Peace Policies, 1967 [Chapter 4, O'Grady]: 250-71. Leading role of T. G. Masaryk.

Medek, Rudolf. The Czechoslovak Anabasis across Russia and Siberia. London: The Czech Society [1929] 45p.

Miller, Herbert A. "What Woodrow Wilson and America Meant to Czechoslovakia." In Czechoslovakia: Twenty Years of Independence, 1940 [Chapter 4, Kerner]: 71-87.

Morley, James W. The Japanese Thrust into Siberia, 1918. New York: Columbia University Press, 1957 [c1954] 395p. Czechoslovak Legion in Siberia discussed in Chapters 11 and 12.

----- ----- New York: Columbia University Press; Freeport, N.Y.: Books for Libraries Press [1972. c1954] 395p.

Namier, Lewis B. The Case of Bohemia. 1917 For full citation see General Works: Works on More than One Period or Subject.

Namier, Lewis B. The Czecho-Slovaks, an Oppressed Nationality. London; New York: Hodder and Stroughton, 1917. 24p.

Nosek, Vladimir. "Czecho-Slovak Army in Siberia." New Europe 8, no. 93 (25 July 1918): 28-31.

Nosek, Vladimir. "The Czechs and Austria's Peace Move." New Europe 8, no. 103 (3 October 1918): 280-82.

Nosek, Vladimir. "The German Minority in Bohemia: A Czech View." New Europe 9, no. 109 (14 November 1918): 115-18.

Nosek, Vladimir. Great Britain's New Allies: The Czecho-Slovaks. London: Patridge & Cooper [1918?] 12p.

Nosek, Vladimir. Independent Bohemia: An Account of the Czecho- Slovak Struggle for Liberty. London and Toronto: J. M. Dent & Sons; New York: E. P. Dutton & Co., 1918. 190p.

Nosek, Vladimir. "Unrest in Bohemia." New Europe 7, no. 86 (6 June 1918): 180-83.

Odlozilik, Otakar. "The Czechs." 1967. For full citation see Czechs and Slovaks in the United States and Other Countries.

Opocensky, Jan. The Collapse of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy and the Rise of the Czechoslovak State. Prague: Orbis Library, 1928. 214p.

Opocensky, Jan. "A War-Time Discussion of Responsibility for the War." Translated from the French by Carolyn Bartel. Journal of Modern History 4, no. 3 (September 1932): 415-29. Austrian-German discussion illustrated by three documents.

Ormos, Maria. From Padua to Trianon, 1918-1920. Translated by Miklos Uszkay. Boulder: Social Science Monographs; Highland Lakes, N.J.: Atlantic Research and Publications; distributed by Columbia University Press, New York, 409p. Armistice period in Slovakia in Part I, Romanian and Czechoslovak offensives against Hungary in Part II.

Osusky, Stefan. "How Czecho-Slovakia Was Born." In Slovakia in the 19th and 20th Centuries, 1973 [Chapter 4, Kirschbaum, Joseph]: 81-93.

Osusky, Stephen. "The Secret Peace Negotiations between Vienna and Washington." Slavonic Review 4, no. 12 (March 1926): 657-8. Extracts from George Herron: Jeho praca v nasej zahranicnej revolucii.

Panther. "Poles, Czechs and Jugoslavs." New Europe 3, no. 34 (7 June 1917): 225-36.

Papousek, Jaroslav. The Czechoslovak Nation's Struggle for Independence. Prague: Orbis Library, 1928. 84p. Independence movement during First World War.

Pares, Bernard. "The Czechoslovaks in Russia." New Europe 8, no. 97 (22 August 1918): 129-32.

Pergler, Charles. America in the Struggle for Czechoslovak Independence. Philadelphia: Dorrance & Co. [c1926] 110p.

Pergler, Charles. Bohemia's Claim to Independence. Chicago: Bohemian National Alliance, 1916. 12p. Address delivered before Committee on Foreign Affairs of House of Representatives on 25 February 1916.

Pergler, Charles. Bohemian (Czech) Hopes and Aspirations. Chicago: Bohemian National Alliance [1916?] 17p. Lecture delivered at the State University of Minnesota on 28 March 1916.

Pergler, Charles. The Bohemian Question. Philadelphia: American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1917. 6p. Reprinted from Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, July, 1917.

Pergler, Charles. The Bohemians (Czechs) in the Present Crisis. Chicago: Bohemian National Alliance [1916?] 23p. Address delivered on 28 May 1916 to commemorate Czech volunteers killed in present war.

Pergler, Charles. The Heart of Europe. Chicago: Bohemian National Alliance [1917] 39p. Address delivered on 11 December 1916 in Washington at conference of oppressed or dependent nationalities.

Pichon, Rene. "A New Ally: The Bohemian Army." New Europe 5, no. 61 (13 December 1917): 284-86. Translation from French, originally published in L'Oeuvre on 2 December 1917.

The Position of the Bohemians (Czechs) in the European War. Chicago: Bohemian National Alliance [1915] 40p. Includes anti-Austrian statement by Bohemian National Alliance and British, French and Russian comments on the attitudes of the Czechs. Also listed in Czechs and Slovaks in the United States and Other Countries.

Prochazka, J., ed. Bohemia's Claim for Freedom. Introduction by G. K. Chesterton. London: Chatto & Windus, 1915. 63p. Includes short survey of Czech history by Sergius Cyon. Published on behalf of London Czech Committee.

Rees, H. Louis. "The Czechs during World War I (Especially 1917- 1918)." PhD diss, Ohio State University, 1990.

Rees, H. Louis. The Czechs during World War I: The Path to Independence. Boulder: East European Monographs; distributed by Columbia University Press, New York, 1992. 170p.

Rothenberg, Gunther E. "The Habsburg Army in the first World War: 1914-1918." In The Habsburg Empire in World War I, 1977 [Chapter 4, Kann, Kiraly, Fichtner]: 73-86.

Roy, James A. Pole and Czech in Silesia. London; New York: John Lane, 1921. 212p. Personal narrative by member of Inter-Allied Commission discussing developments in Silesia from February to June 1919.

Rubicon. "The Czechs and Austria." New Europe 6, no. 70 (14 February 1918): 144-50.

Sakmyster, Thomas L. "Great Britain and the Making of the Treaty of Trianon." In Essays on World War I: Total War and Peacemaking, a Case Study on Trianon, 1982 [Chapter 4, Kiraly, Pastor, Sanders]: 107-29.

Schopflin, George. "Trianon Two Generations After." In Essays on World War I: Total War and Peacemaking, a Case Study on Trianon, 1982 [Chapter 4, Kiraly, Pastor, Sanders]: 639-46.

Seton-Watson, Hugh. "R. W. Seton-Watson and the Trianon Settlement." 1982. For full citation see Historians and Historiography.

Seton-Watson, Robert W. The Future of Bohemia. London: Nisbet, 1915. 31p. Lecture delivered in honor of quincentenary of Jan Hus.

[Seton-Watson, Robert W.] "The Internal Situation of Austria." New Europe 1, no. 12 (4 January 1917): 353-63. Includes situation in Czech Lands.

Seton-Watson. Masaryk in England. 1943. For full citation see Tomas G. Masaryk.

Siklos, Andras. Revolution in Hungary and the Dissolution of the Multinational State, 1918. Translated by Zsuzsa Beres, translation revised by Emma Roper-Evans. Budapest: Akademiai Kiado, 1988. 172p. Slovakia and Subcarpathian Rus' in Biographies and Memoirs.

Silverlight, John. The Victors' dilemma: Allied Intervention in the Russian Civil War. London: Barrie & Jenkins, 1970. 392p. Activities of Czechoslovak Legion in Chapters 1, 2, 6, and 9.

----- ----- 1st American ed. New York: Weybright and Talley, 1971, c1970. 392p.

[Skvor, Jiri] Skvor, Georges. "The First World War and Czech Literature." Canadian Slavonic Papers 7 (1965): 195-202. "Slav Speeches in the Reichsrat." New Europe 3, no. 38 (5 July 1917): 376-81. Includes Czech deputies Adolf Stransky and Jiri Stribrny.

The Slovaks and the Pittsburgh Pact. Chicago: Slovak Catholic Federation of America, 1934. 44p.

Stadler, Karl R. "The Disintegration of the Austrian Empire." Journal of Contemporary History 3, no. 4 (October 1968): 177-90.

Stewart, George. "The Czechoslovak Anabasis to the Armistice." In his The White Armies of Russia: A Chronicle of Counter-Revolution and Allied Intervention, 96-125. New York: Russell & Russell, 1970.

Stolarik, M. Mark. The Role of American Slovaks in the Creation of Czecho-Slovakia. 1968. For full citation see Czechs and Slovaks in the United States and Other Countries .

Stone, Norman. "The Last Days of the Habsburg Monarchy: In November 1918 a Whole Political and Social Order in Central Europe Came to an End." History Today 18, no. 8 August 1968): 551-60.

Strickland, Roscoe L. "Czechoslovakia at the Paris Peace Conference." PhD diss, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1958.

Svoboda, George J. "Robert J. Kerner and the US Conception of Czechoslovak Independence." In T. G. Masaryk (1850-1937), vol. 3: Statesman and Cultural Force, 1990 [Chapter 4, Hanak]: 43-56. Also listed in Tomas G. Masaryk.

Swettenham, John A. Allied Intervention in Russia, 1918-1919, and the Part Played by Canada. Toronto: Ryerson Press [1967] 315p. Czechoslovak Legion discussed in Chapters 3, 4 and 5.

----- ----- London: Allen & Unwin, 1967. 315p.

Szajkowski, Zosa. "The Intervention, Czechoslovaks, Poles, and Jews." In his Kolchak, Jews, and the American Intervention in Northern Russia and Siberia, 101-04. New York: [s.n.], 1977.

Taraszovic, Sandor. "American Peace Plans and the Shaping of Hungary's Post-World War I Borders." In Essays on World War I: Total War and Peacemaking, a Case Study on Trianon, 1982 [Chapter 4, Kiraly, Pastor, Sanders]: 227-52.

Trani, Eugene P. "Woodrow Wilson and the Decision to Intervene in Russia: A Reconsideration." Journal of Modern History 48, no. 3 (September 1976): 440-61. Includes Czechoslovak Legion.

Ullman, Richard H. Anglo-Soviet Relations, 1917-1921. 3 vols. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1961-72. Activities of Czechoslovak Legion discussed in Chapters 6, 7 and 9 of volume one, Intervention and the War.

Unterberger, Betty M. America's Siberian Expedition, 1918-1920: A Study of National Policy. Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, 1956. 271p. Includes activities of Czechoslovak Legion.

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Benes, Vaclav L. "Czechoslovak Democracy and Its Problems, 1919- 1920." In A History of the Czechoslovak Republic, 1918-1948, 1973 [Chapter 4, Mamatey and Luza]: 38-98. Berta, John A. "The Matica Slovenska and Its Role in Slovak Cultural Development: 1919-1939." PhD diss, State University of New York at Binghamton, 1983.

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Bloss, Esther. Labor Legislation in Czechoslovakia. New York: Columbia University Press; London: P. S. King & Son, 1938. 210p.

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Bohemicus -- see Emil Sobota in this Chapter.

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Brabec, Jan. "Social Welfare Policy, as Shown in the Assistance to the Unemployed, the Care for the War Sufferers, and Social Insurance." In Czechoslovakia: A Survey of Economic and Social Conditions, 1924 [Chapter 4, Gruber]: 210-19.

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Capek, Emanuel. "Racial and Social Aspects of the Czechoslovak Census." Slavonic Review 12, no. 36 (Apr 1934): 596-610.

Cesar, Jaroslav, and Bohumil Cerny. "German Irredentist Putsch in the Czech Lands after the First World War." Translated by Roberta F. Samsour. Historica 3 (1961): 195-238.

Cesar, Jaroslav, and Bohumil Cerny. "The Nazi Fifth Column in Czechoslovakia." Translated by Roberta F. Samsour. Historica 4 (1962): 191-225.

Cesar, Jaroslav, and Bohumil Cerny. "The Policy of German Activist Parties in Czechoslovakia in 1918-1938." Translated by Roberta F. Samsour. Historica 6 (1963): 239-81.

Chmelar, Josef. The German Problem in Czechoslovakia. Prague: Orbis, 1936. 92p.

Chmelar, Josef. National Minorities in Central Europe. Prague: Orbis, 1937. 104p.

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Cisar, Jaroslav, and Frantisek Pokorny, comps. The Czechoslovak Republic: A Survey of Its History, Geography, Its Political and Cultural Organisation, and Its Economic Resources. London: T. F. Unwin [1922] 218p.

"Communist Plots in Czechoslovakia: Bolshevist Terrorism Soon Suppressed among Bohemian Workmen: Threat of Invasion from Hungary Frustrated." Current History 13, Part II, no. 2 (February 1921): 236-36.

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"The Foreign Policy of the Little Entente." Slavonic Review 5, no. 15 (March 1927): 523-36. Unsigned article.

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Hanak, Harry. "The Visit of the Czechoslovak Foreign Minister Dr Edvard Benes to Moscow in 1935 as Seen by the British Minister in Prague, Sir Joseph Addison." Slavonic and East European Review 44, no. 4 (October 1976): 586-92. Joseph Addison's dispatch from Prague dated 24 June, 1935.

Hanighen, Frank C. "Troubled Days in Czechoslovakia." Current History 43, no. 6 (March 1936): 578-83.

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Hapala, Milan E. "Political Parties in Czechoslovakia, 1918- 1938." In Czechoslovakia Past and Present, vol. 1, 1968 [Chapter 4, Rechcigl]: 124-40.

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Havranek, Jan. "Fascism in Czechoslovakia." In Native Fascism in the Successor States, 1918-1945, edited by Peter F. Sugar, 47-55. Santa Barbara, Calif.: ABC-Clio, 1971. Focusing on First Czechoslovak Republic.

Hayden, Ralston. "New European Constitutions in Poland, Czechoslovakia and the Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes." American Political Science Review 16, no. 2 (May 1922): 211-27.

Hejret, Jan. Czechs and Poles in Tesin Silesia. Prague: The Foreigners' Office, 1919. 10p.

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Hodza, Milan. Nationality Policy in Czechoslovakia. Prague: Orbis, 1938. 94p.

Hodza, Milan. The New European Situation and Czechoslovakia. Prague: Orbis, 1938. 34p. Two speeches of March 1938.

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Holotikova, Zdenka. "The Slovak Question and Czechoslovak Communist Party in Pre-Munich Czechoslovakia." Translated by J. Simo. Studia Historica Slovaca 4 (1966): 139-58.

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[Horna-Perman] Perman, Dagmar. The Shaping of the Czechoslovak State: Diplomatic History of the Boundaries of Czechoslovakia, 1914-1920. 1962. For full citation see General Works: Works on More than One Period or Subject.

Howard, Harry N. "The Little Entente and the Balkan Entente." In Czechoslovakia: Twenty Years of Independence, 1940 [Chapter 4, Kerner]: 368-85.

[Hrabik-Samal, Mary] Samal, Mary Hrabik. "The Czechoslovak Republican Party of Smallholders and Farmers, 1918-1938." PhD diss, Pennsylvania State University, 1973.

[Hrabik-Samal, Mary] Samal, Mary Hrabik. "The Czechoslovak Republican Party of the Smallholders and Peasants and the German Minority, 1918-1919 [i.e. 1939]." In The Peasantry of Eastern Europe, vol. 1 [Chapter 4, Volgyes]: 157-79.

Hrabik-Samal, Mary. "Party Organization As a Crucial Variable in the Growth or Loss of Supporters: The Case of the Republican Party in Inter-War Czechoslovakia. In Die Erste Tschechoslowakische Republik als multinationaler Parteienstaat: Vortrage der Tagungen des Collegium Carolinum in Bad Wiessee vom 24.-27. November 1977 und vom 20.-23. April 1978, edited by Karl Bosl, 377-400. Munchen; Wien: Oldenbourg, 1979.

"Hungary and Her Neighbors." Current History 14, no. 4 (July 1921): 701-03.

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Janovsky, Jaroslav. "Child Welfare." In Czechoslovakia: A Survey of Economic and Social Conditions, 1924 [Chapter 4, Gruber]: 220- 26. Jaszi, Oscar. "The Problem of Sub-Carpathian Ruthenia." In Czechoslovakia: Twenty Years of Independence, 1940 [Chapter 4, Kerner ]: 193-215.

Jelinek, Yeshayahu. "Nationalism in Slovakia and the Communists, 1918-1929." Slavic Review 35, no. 1 (Mar 1975): 65-85.

Jelinek, Yeshayahu. "The Slovak Right: Conservative or Radical?" East Central Europe 4, no. 1 (1977): 20-34.

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