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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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b) The Munich Crisis and the Second Czechoslovak Republic

Adamthwaite, Anthony P. "The Approach of War, 1938-9." In his The Making of the Second World War, 76-95. London;Boston: Allen & Unwin, 1977. Includes Munich Agreement and occupation of Prague; diplomatic documents relating to Munich crisis on p. 186-98.

Adamthwaite, Anthony. "France and the Coming of War." In The Fascist Challenge and the Policy of Appeasement, 1983 [Chapter 4, Mommsen]: 246-56. Includes events in Czechoslovakia 1938-1939.

Anderle, Josef. "The Establishment of Slovak Autonomy in 1938." In Czechoslovakia Past and Present, vol. 1, 1968 [Chapter 4, Rechcigl]: 76-97.

Anderle, Josef. "The Slovak Issue in the Munich Crisis of 1938." PhD diss, University of Chicago, 1961.

Armstrong, Hamilton Fish. "Armistice at Munich." Foreign Affairs 17, no. 2 (January 1939): 197-290.

Aulach, Harindar. "Britain and the Sudeten Issue, 1938: The Evolution of a Policy." Journal of Contemporary History 18, no. 2 (April 1983): 233-59.

Azema, Jean-Pierre. "How to Be pro-Munich." In his From Munich to the Liberation, 1938-1944, 1-10. Translated by Janet Lloyd. Cambridge, New York: Cambridge University Press; Paris: Editions de la Maison des sciences de l'homme, 1984. Translation of De Munich a la Liberation 1938-1944.

Baker, James Franklin. "The United States and the Czechoslovak Crisis, 1938-1939." PhD diss, Tulane University, 1971.

Bartosek, Karel. "Could We Have Fought? - The 'Munich Complex' in Czech Policies and Czech Thinking." In Czechoslovakia: Crossroads and Crises, 1918-88, 1989 [Chapter 4, Stone and Strouhal]: 101- 19.

Baumont, Maurice. The Origins of the Second World War. Translated by Sime De Couvreur Ferguson. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1978. 327p. Munich Agreement and occupation of Prague in Chapters 20 and 25. Translation of Origines de la deuxieme guerre mondiale.

Beck, Robert J. "Munich's Lesson Reconsidered." International Security 14, no. 2 (Fall 1989): 161-91.

Bloch, Michael. "Munich - The Man Who Wanted War (March-September 1938)." In his Ribbentrop, 175-97. New York: Crown Publishers, c1992.

Boucek, J[aroslav] A. "Post Munich Czechoslovakia: A Few Historical Notes." Canadian Slavonic Papers 27, no 1 (Spring 1975): 44-64.

Braddick, Henderson B. "Germany, Czechoslovakia, and the 'Grand Alliance' in the May Crisis, 1938." PhD diss, Denver University, 1969.

Braddick, Henderson B. Germany, Czechoslovakia, and the Grand Alliance in the May Crisis, 1938. Denver: University of Denver [1969] 49p.

Bruegel, J. W. "Dr. Benes on the Soviet 'Offer of Help' in 1938. East Central Europe 4, no. 1 (1977): 56-59.

Butterworth, Susan B. "Daladier and the Munich Crisis: A Reappraisal." Journal of Contemporary History 9, no. 3 (July 1974): 191-216.

Chamberlain, Neville. In Search of Peace. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, [c1939]. 309p. Includes speeches on Czechoslovak-German crisis, Munich Agreement and break-up of Czechoslovakia.

----- ----- Freeport, N.Y.: Books for Libraries Press [1971] 309p.

Charmley, John. Chamberlain and the Lost Peace. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1989. 257p. Crisis of 1938 and Munich Agreement in Chapters 8-12.

----- ----- Chicago: I. R. Dee, 1990. 257p.

Chaszar, Edward. Decision in Vienna: The Czechoslovak-Hungarian Border Dispute of 1938. Astor, Fla.: Danubian Press, 1978. 383p.

Churchill, Winston. Step by Step, 1936-1939. London: T. Butterworth, [1939]. 365p. Collection of articles printed in Evening Standard and Daily Telegraph; includes four articles on Czechoslovak-German crisis and Munich Agreement dated June 23, September 15, October 4, and November 17, 1938.

----- ----- New York: G. Putnam's Sons, [c1939]. 323p.

----- ----- Freeport, N.Y.: Books for Libraries Press [1971, c1939] 323p.

Cienciala, Anna M. "Poland and the Munich Crisis, 1938 - A Reappraisal." East European Quarterly 3, no. 2 (June 1969): 201- 19.

Cienciala, Anna M. "The View from Warsaw." In Reappraising the Munich Pact: Continental Perspectives, 1992 [Chapter 4, Latynski]: 79-101.

Clemens, Walter C., Jr. "Great and Small Power Collaboration to Enforce the Status Quo: France and Czechoslovakia against the Vienna Protocol." East European Quarterly 2, no. 4 (January 1969): 385-412.

Cockett, Richard. Twilight of Truth: Chamberlain, Appeasement, and the Manipulation of the Press. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1989. 229p. Munich Agreement and Czechoslovak developments of 1938-1939 in Chapters 2 and 3.

Cohen, Barry M. "Moscow at Munich: Did the Soviet Union Offer Unilateral Aid to Czechoslovakia?" East European Quarterly 12, no. 3 (Fall 1978): 341-48.

Cohen, Yohanan. "Czechoslovakia 1938-1939." In his Small Nations in Times of Crisis and Confrontation, 5-51. Translated from Hebrew by Naftali Greenwood. Albany: State University of New York Press, c1989. Translation of Umot be-mivhan.

Colvin, Ian G. The Chamberlain Cabinet: How the Meetings in 10 Downing Street, 1937-9, Led to the Second World War; Told for the First Time from Cabinet Papers. London: Gollancz, 1971. 286p. Crisis of 1938 and Munich Agreement in Chapters 11-14.

----- ----- New York: Taplinger Pub, [1971] 286p.

"The Crisis in Czechoslovakia, April 24-October 13, 1938." International Conciliation, no. 344 (November 1938). Under this title whole issue, consisting of more than twenty documents, declarations, statements and speeches, was devoted to Czechoslovak-German crisis. Monthly publication of Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

["Czechoslovak Broadcasts during the Munich Crisis"] Slavonic Review 17, no. 50 (Jan 1939): 323-28. President Benes's broadcast to the nation of 10 September 1938 and his farewell address of 5 October 1938, General Syrovy's broadcast of 5 October 1938.

Czechoslovak National Council of America. Czechoslovakia: Its Sacrifice and Future. [Chicago] Czechoslovak National Council of America [1939?] 101p. Outline of developments from September 1938 to September 1939, focusing on Edvard Benes's activities in United States.

Daladier, Edouard. "Munich." In his In Defense of France (Defense du pays), 175-94. New York: Doubleday, Doran, 1939. Speech delivered in the Chamber of Deputies, October 4, 1938. English edition was published by Hutchinson in London in 1939 under the title The Defence of France.

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

De Bedts, Ralph F. Ambassador Joseph Kennedy 1938-1940: An Anatomy of Appeasement. New York: P. Lang, c1985. 263p. Includes Munich Agreement.

Delfiner, Henry. Vienna Broadcasts to Slovakia, 1938-1939: A Case Study in Subversion. Boulder: East European Quarterly; distributed by Columbia University Press, New York, 1974. 142p.

Documents on German Foreign Policy, 1918-1945, from the Archives of the German Foreign Ministry. Series D (1937-1945), vol. 4: The Aftermath of Munich: October 1938-March 1939. Washington: U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1951. 733p. Edited under sponsorship of U.S. Department of State, British Foreign Office and French Government.

Documents Relating to the German-Czechoslovak Crisis, September, 1938. Ottawa: J. O. Patenaude, I.S.O., Printer to the King, 1938. 24p. Ten documents; letters and messages by Lord Runciman, Edvard Benes, Neville Chamberlain, Adolf Hitler, and Jan Masaryk. Published by authority of the Secretary of State for External Affairs, Canada.

Douglas, Roy. "Chamberlain and Appeasement." In The Fascist Challenge and the Policy of Appeasement, 1983 [Chapter 4, Mommsen]: 80-88.

Douglas, Roy. In the Year of Munich. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1977. 155p.

----- ----- London: Macmillan, 1977. 155p.

Dreifort, John E. "The French Role in the Least Unpleasant Solution." In Reappraising the Munich Pact: Continental Perspectives, 1992 [Chapter 4, Latynski]: 21-46.

Dreisziger, Nandor F. "The Sign of Failure: Munich and Its Aftermath." In his Hungary's Way to World War II, 90-99. Astor Park, Fla.: Danubian Press [1968?]

----- ----- Toronto: Hungarian Helicon Society [c1968]

Dunbabin, John. "The British Military Establishment and the Policy of Appeasement." In The Fascist Challenge and the Policy of Appeasement, 1983 [Chapter 4, Mommsen]: 174-96.

Eatwell, Roger. "Munich, Public Opinion, and Popular Front." Journal of Contemporary History 6, no. 4 (1971): 122-39. Public opinion in England.

Eden Anthony. "Drama of the Munich Days." In his The Reckoning: The Eden Memoirs [by] the Earl of Avon, 18-30. London: Cassell [1965]

Eden Anthony. "Drama of the Munich Days." In his The Reckoning: The Memoirs of Anthony Eden, Earl of Avon, 21-35. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1965.

Eubank, Keith. Munich. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press [1963] 322p.

----- ----- Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press 1984, c1963. 321p.

Eubank, Keith. "Munich." In A History of the Czechoslovak Republic, 1918-1948, 1973 [Chapter 4, Mamatey and Luza]: 239-52.

Eubank, Keith. "Munich Revisited." East Central Europe 7, no. 1 (1980): 97-101.

Feierabend, Ivo K. "The Pattern of a Satellite State: Czechoslovakia, 1938-1939." PhD diss, Yale University, 1960.

Feierabend, Ivo K. "The Second Czechoslovak Republic, September 1938-March 1939: A Study in Political Change." In Czechoslovakia Past and Present, vol. 1, 1968 [Chapter 4, Rechcigl]: 65-75.

Feierabend, Ladislav. "Extract from Memoirs." Kosmas: Journal of Czechoslovak and Central European Studies 1, no. 1 (Summer 1982): 101-24. Events of autumn 1938.

Feiling, Keith G. The Life of Neville Chamberlain. London: Macmillan, 1946. 475p. Munich agreement in Chapters 17, 18, and 19.

----- ----- London: Macmillan, 1970. 477p.

----- ----- Hamden, Conn.: Archon Books, 1970. 477p.

Feinstein, Otto. "Conflict at Munich: Pluralism vs. Hegemonism." In Appeasing Fascism: Articles from the Wayne State University Conference on Munich after Fifty Years, 1991 [Chapter 4, Small]: 19-49.

Foster, Charles R. Soviet Policy and the Munich Crisis: A Study in Czech-Soviet Relations. Washington, D.C., 1951. 77p.

Frankenstein, Robert. "The Decline of France and French Appeasement Policies, 1936-9." In The Fascist Challenge and the Policy of Appeasement, 1983 [Chapter 4, Mommsen]: 236-45.

Fuchser, Larry W. "Munich." In his Neville Chamberlain and Appeasement: A Study in the Politics of History, 153-67. New York: Norton, c1982.

Further Documents Respecting Czechoslovakia, Including the Agreement Concluded at Munich on September 29, 1939. London: H. M. Stationery Off., 1938. 6p. Includes map.

Gedye, George E. Fallen Bastions: The Central European Tragedy. London: V. Gollancz, 1939. 519p. Chapters 30-39 deal with Czechoslovak events in 1938.

----- Betrayal in Central Europe: Austria and Czechoslovakia: The Fallen Bastions. New York and London: Harper & Brothers, [1939] 499. American edition of preceding work.

----- ----- New and rev. ed. New York and London: Harper & Brothers, 1939. 531p. Chapters 30-41 deal with Czechoslovak events in 1938 and 1939.

Gilbert, Martin. "Czechoslovakia." In his Britain and Germany between the Wars, 106-26. [London] Longmans [1964] Deals with Munich crisis; consists mainly of short documents chosem from wide range of sources.

Gilbert, Martin. "Horace Wilson: Man of Munich?" History Today 32, no. 10 (October 1982): 3-9.

Gilbert, Martin, and Richard Gott. The Appeasers. London: Weidenfeld and Nicholson, [1963]. 380p. Czechoslovak-German crisis and Munich Agreement in Part II.

----- ----- Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1963. 380p.

----- ----- 2nd ed. London: Weidenfeld and Nicholson, 1967. 444p.

Grant, Neil. Munich, 1938: Appeasement Fails to Bring "Peace for Our Time". New York: Watts, 1971. 81p. Includes many photographs.

Griffin, Joan. Lost Liberty? The Ordeal of the Czechs and the Future of Freedom. London: Chatto & Windus, 1939. 289p.

Hadley, William W. Munich: Before and After. London, Toronto: Cassell [1944] 184p.

Haigh, R. H., and P. W. Turner. Defence Policy between the Wars, 1919-1938, Culminating in the Munich Agreement of September 1938. Manhattan, Kan.: USA Military Affairs/Aerospace Historian, Eisenhower Hall, Kansas State University, c 1979. 191p. in various pagings.

Haigh, R. H., D. S. Morris, and A. R. Peters, eds. The Guardian Book of Munich. [England]: Wildwood House; Brookfield, VT: Distributed in the U.S. by Gower Pub., c1988. 316p.

Haight, John McVickar, Jr. "France, the United States, and the Munich Crisis." Journal of Modern History 32, no. 4(December 1960): 340-58.

Halifax, Edward F. Speeches on Foreign Policy. Edited by Herbert H. Craster. London, New York: Oxford University Press [1940] 368p. Includes four speeches on Czechoslovakia in 1938.

Hammerton, John A., ed. Europe's Fight for Freedom: A Record and Review of the Origins, Progress and Personalities of the World Crisis 1938. London: The Amalgamated Press, [1939?] 508p. Reference work consisting of a great number of contemporary textual and pictorial documents.

Hanc, Josef. "Czechs and Slovaks since Munich." Foreign Affairs 18, no. 1 (October 1939): 102-15.

Hanc, Josef. "From Prague to Warsaw." Journal of Central European Affairs 1, no. 3 (Oct 1941): 287-306. From the German occupation of Prague to the beginning of the war.

Hanc, Josef. "The Last Mile of Appeasement: A Glance at Eastern Europe in the Light of Events Leading from Munich to Prague." Journal of Central European Affairs 1, no. 1 (April 1941): 5-17.

[Hasal, Antonin] "The Czechoslovak Ground Forces in the Munich Crisis of 1938." Edited by Radomir V. Luza. East Central Europe 8, no. 1/2 (1981): 97-102.

Haslam, Jonathan. "The Soviet Union and the Czechoslovakian Crisis of 1939." Journal of Contemporary History 14, no. 3 (July 1979): 441-61.

Henderson, Alexander. Eyewitness in Czecho-Slovakia. London, Toronto: G. G. Harrap, [1939] 335p. Events of 1938.

Hendrickson, David C. "The Significance of Munich." In The Meaning of Munich Fifty Years Later, 1990 [Chapter 4, Jensen]: 69-75.

Hill, Leonidas. "Three Crises, 1938-39." Journal of Contemporary History 3, no. 1 (January 1968): 113-44.

[Hitler, Adolf] "Speech of Chancellor Hitler to Reichstag, April 28, 1939." International Conciliation, no. 351 (June 1939): 297- 345. Monthly publication of Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. This text includes Hitler's lengthy explanation of Czechoslovak developments in 1938 and 1939.

Hochman, Jiri. "The Soviet Union and the Crises of 1938: The Politics of Withdrawal." In his The Soviet Union and the Failure of Collective Security, 1934-1938, 144-69. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1984.

Hodges, Charles. "Benes Ends an Era: The Former Czech President Had Mistakenly Banked Everything on Aid Promised by the Democracies." Current History 49, no. 3 (November 1938): 21-25.

Hodgson, Stuart. The Man Who Made the Peace: Neville Chamberlain: A Study. New York: E. P. Dutton & Co., [c1938] 147p. Crisis of 1938 and Munich Agreement in Chapters 9-13.

Hruby, Jan. Munich 1938: An Analysis of Betrayal. Translated by Vladimir Kosina. Prague: Orbis Press, 1987. 65p.

Hutt, Allen. 'Peace for Our Time'; Mr. Chamberlain and Munich: The Truth about a Policy. [London] The Labour Research Department [1938] 56p.

Hyde, H. Montgomery. "Munich and War." In his Neville Chamberlain, 116-57. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1976.

Jones, Thomas B. Munich: A Tale of Two Myths. Philadelphia: Dorrance, c1977. 58p.

Jukes G[eoffrey]. "The Red Army and the Munich Crisis." Journal of Contemporary History 26, no. 2 (April 1991): 195-214.

Kalvoda, Josef. "Munich: Benes and the Soldiers." In Kiraly Bela Emlekkonyv, 1992 [Chapter 4, Jonas]: 202-16.

Kee, Robert. "The Ides of March in Prague." In his 1939: In the Shadow of War, 131-50. Boston: Little, Brown, c1984.

Kee, Robert. Munich: The Eleventh Hour. London: H. Hamilton, 1988. 242p.

Kennedy, Paul. "Appeasement." History Today 32, no. 10 (October 1982): 51-53. Review article.

Killanin, Michael M., ed. Four Days. London: W. Heinemann, [1938]. 241p. Symposium by journalists from several countries on their experiences during September crisis in 1938 preceding Munich agreement; contributors include Hubert Ripka.

Kirschbaum, Joseph. "Slovakia's Declaration of Independence." Slovakia 4, no. 1 (March 1954): 3-12.

Klochko, V. F., et al., eds. New Documents on the History of Munich. Prague: Orbis, 1958. 134p. Publication of Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Czechoslovak Republic; includes 61 documents.

Knapton, E. J. "The Duel for Central Europe: Some Aspects of French diplomacy, 1938-1939." Journal of Central European Affairs 2, no. 1 (Apr 1942): 1-19.

Kohak, Erazim. "Looking Back at Munich." Dissent 36, no. 3 (Summer 1989): 333-36

Komjathy, Anthony T. "Defeat at Munich." In his The Crises of France's Diplomacy, 1933-1938, 206-11. Boulder: East European Quarterly; distributed by Columbia University Press, New York, 1976.

Kraus, Michael. "The Diplomacy of Edvard Benes: Munich and Its Aftermath." In Reappraising the Munich Pact: Continental Perspectives, 1992 [Chapter 4, Latynski]]: 61-78.

Krawczyk, Andrzej. "The Polish-Czech Conflict over the Cieszyn- Silesian Region in 1928 in the Polish Press." In Bildungsgeschichte, Bevolkerungsgeschichte, Gesellschaftsgeschichte in den Bohmischen Landern und in Europa, 1988 [Chapter 4, Lemberg]: 397-411.

Lammers, Donald N. Explaining Munich: The Search for Motive in British Policy. Stanford, Calif.: Hoover Institution, Stanford University, 1966. 73p.

Layne, Christopher. "The Munich Myth and American Foreign Policy." In The Meaning of Munich Fifty Years Later, 1990 [Chapter 4, Jensen]: 13-21.

Lee, Dwight E., comp. Munich: Blunder, Plot, or Tragic Necessity? Lexington, Mass.: Heath, c1970. 106p. Includes contributions by Georges Bonnet, Martin Gilbert, Iain Macleod, Arnold J. Toynbee, Keith Eubank, and others.

Legedza, Roman. "The Sudeten Crisis of September 1938: An Inquiry into German Motives and Objectives." PhD diss, Fordham University, 1974.

Litvinov, Maksim M. Czechoslovakia and the World Crisis.[New York]: International Publishers [1938] 14p. Speech before League of Nations Assembly in Geneva on 21 September 1938.

Loewenheim, Francis L., ed. Peace or Appeasement? Hitler, Chamberlain, and the Munich Crisis. Boston: Houghton Mifflin [1965] 204p. Includes 30 documents, statements and letters, and comments by Ivone Kirkpatrick, Hubert Ripka, Hugh H. Trevor-Roper, A.J.P. Taylor, and others.

Lubek, M. Evangelia. "An Inquiry into United States- Czechoslovakian Relations between 1918-1948, with Special Reference to the Munich Crisis and the Slovak Question." PhD diss, Georgetown University, 1969. Also listed in General Works: Works on More than One Period or Subject

Lubek, M. Evangelia. "An Inquiry into United-States Czechoslovak Relations between 1918 and 1948: With Special Attention to the Munich Crisis and the Slovak Question." 1971. For full citation see General Works: Works on More than One Period or Subject .

Lukes, Igor. "Did Stalin Desire War in 1938? A New Look at Soviet Behaviour during the May and September Crises." Diplomacy and Statecraft 2, no. 1 (March 1991): 3-53.

Lukes, Igor. "Soviet Diplomatic Maneuvres During the Czechoslovak Crisis of September, 1938." PhD diss, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University, 1985.

Lukes, Igor. "Stalin and Benes at the End of September 1938: New Evidence from the Prague Archives." Slavic Review 52, no. 1 (Spring 1993): 28-48.

MacDonald, C[allum] A. "Munich." In his The United States, Britain, and Appeasement, 1936-1939, 92-105. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1981. 220p.

Macleod, Ian. Neville Chamberlain. London: F. Muller, [1961]. 319p. Munich Agreement in Chapters 13 and 14.

----- ----- New York: Atheneum, 1962. 319p.

McMullen, Aidan C. "The Diplomatic Background of the Munich Agreement of 1938: A Re-Examination." PhD diss, Georgetown University, 1952.

Maisky, Ivan M. The Munich Drama. Moscow: Novosti Press Agency, 1972. 85p.

Marble, John D. "Weizsacker, Woermann, and Reduction of Czechoslovakia." PhD diss, Texas Christian University, 1974.

Middlemas, Robert K. The Strategy of Appeasement: The British Government and Germany, 1937-39. Chicago: Quadrangle Books, 1972. 510p. Munich crisis in Chapters 9-13. British edition entitled Diplomacy of Illusion. See following item.

----- ----- Diplomacy of Illusion: The British Government and Germany, 1937-39. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1972. 510p. Munich crisis in Chapters 9-13. American edition entitled The Strategy of Appeasement. See preceding item.

Mlynarik, Jan. "The Nationality Question in Czechoslovakia and the 1938 Munich Agreement." In Czechoslovakia: Crossroads and Crises, 1918-88, 1989 [Chapter 4, Stone and Strouhal]: 89-100.

Moravec, Emanuel. Betrayed!: The Czecho-Slovak Crisis 1938. Prague: Orbis, 1940. 72p. Original title: V uloze mourenina.

Morrell, Sydney. I Saw the Crucifixion. London: P. Davies [1939] 312p. Events of 1938.

"Munich Agreement." In Documentary History of Eastern Europe, 1970 [Chapter 4, Bannan and Edelenyi]: 311-13. Quoted from 'Further Documents Respecting Czechoslovakia' published in London in 1938.

"Munich 1938 from the Czech Perspective." East Central Europe 8, no. 1-2 (1981): 62-96. Roundtable discussion; participants: Milan Hauner, Radomir V. Luza, Theodor Prochazka, Stanley B. Winters, and Jonathan Zorach. Answered by: Bruegel, J. W. "Remarks on the Roundtable "Munich from the Czechoslovak Perspective." East Central Europe 10, no. 1-2 (1983): 158-60. Followed by replies by Radomir V. Luza, 161-64, and Milan Hauner, 164.

Murray, Williamson. The Change in the European Balance of Power, 1938-1939: The Path to Ruin. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, c1984. 494p. Munich crisis, German military plans, and German occupation of Prague in Chapters 5-8.

Murray, Williamson. "Munich, 1938: The Military Confrontation." Journal of Strategic Studies 2, no. 3 (Dec 1979): 282-302.

Namier, Lewis B. "From Munich to Prague (September 29th, 1938- March 15th, 1939." In his Diplomatic Prelude, 1938-1939, 34-70. London: Macmillan, 1948.

----- ----- New York: H. Fertig, 1971 [c1948]

Nogueres, Henri. Munich: Peace for Our Time. Translated from the French by Patrick O'Brian. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1965. 423p. Translation of Munich; ou la drole de la paix.

Odlozilik, Otakar. "Concerning Munich and the Ides of March." Journal of Central European Affairs 9, no. 4 (January 1950): 419- 28.

Odlozilik, Otakar. "Edvard Benes on Munich Days." Journal of Central European Affairs 16, no. 4 (January 1957): 384-93. Review note.

Offner, Arnold A. "Influence without Responsibility: American Statecraft and the Munich Conference." In Appeasing Fascism: Articles from the Wayne State University Conference on Munich after Fifty Years, 1991 [Chapter 4, Small]: 51-71.

Oldson, William O. "Romania and the Munich Crisis August- September 1938." East European Quarterly 11, no. 2 (Summer 1977): 177-90.

Ovendale, Ritchie. 'Appeasement' and the English Speaking World: Britain, the United States, and the Policy of 'Appeasement' 1937- 1939. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 1975. 353p. German-Czechoslovak tension, Munich crisis, and end of Second Republic in Chapters 5, 6, and 8.

[Owen, Frank, Michael Foote, and Peter Howard] Guilty Men. London: W. Gollancz, 1940. 125p. Criticism of Neville Chamberlain and his associates; includes Munich Agreement. Published under pseudonym 'Cato'.

----- ----- American introduction by Philip Wittenberg. New York: Frederick A. Stokes, 1940. 144p.

Paley, Alan L. Munich and the Sudeten Crisis. Charlotteville, N.Y.: SamHar Press, 1973. 32p.

Payne, Keith B. "Munich Fifty Years After." In The Meaning of Munich Fifty Years Later, 1990 [Chapter 4, Jensen]: 57-67.

Presseisen. Ernst L. Amiens and Munich: Comparisons in Appeasement. The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff, 1978. 153p. Treaty of Amiens, 1802, compared with Munich agreement.

Prochazka, Theodore. "The Delimitation of Czechoslovak-German Frontiers after Munich." Journal of Central European Affairs 21, no. 2 (July 1961): 200-18.

Prochazka, Theodore. "The Second Republic, 1938-1939." In A History of the Czechoslovak Republic, 1918-1948, 1973 [Chapter 4, Mamatey and Luza]: 255-70.

Prochazka, Theodore. The Second Republic: The Disintegration of Post-Munich Czechoslovakia, October 1938-March 1939. Boulder: East European Monographs; distributed by Columbia University Press, New York, 1981. 231p.

Prochazka, Theodore. "Some Aspects of Carpatho-Ukrainian History in Post-Munich Czechoslovakia." In Czechoslovakia Past and Present, vol. 1, 1968 [Chapter 4, Rechcigl]: 107-14.

Pronay, Nicholas, and Philip M. Taylor. 'An Improper Use of Broadcasting...': The British Government and Clandestine Radio Propaganda Operations against Germany during the Munich Crisis and After." Journal of Contemporary History 19, no. 3 (July 1984): 357-84.

Ranger, Robin. "The Four Questions Chamberlain Failed to Ask." In The Meaning of Munich Fifty Years Later, 1990 [Chapter 4, Jensen]: 51-56.

Ravenal, Earl C. "The Enduring Relevance of Munich." In The Meaning of Munich Fifty Years Later, 1990 [Chapter 4, Jensen]: 23-40.

Ripka, Hubert. Munich: Before and After; A Fully Documented Czechoslovak Account of the Crises of September 1938 and March 1939... Translated from the manuscript by Ida Sindelkova and Edgar P. Young. London: V. Gollancz, 1939. 523p.

----- ----- New York: H. Fertig, 1969. 523p.

Ripka, Hubert. The Repudiation of Munich. London: Czechoslovak Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Information Service, 1943. 32p.

Robbins, Keith. Munich. London: Cassell, 1968. 398p.

Rock, William R. Apeasement on Trial: British Foreign Policy and Its Critics, 1938-1939. [Hamden, Conn.] Archon Books, 1966. 365p. German-Czechoslovak tension and Munich Crisis in Chapters 5-7.

Rock, William R. British Appeasement in the 1930s. London: Edward Arnold, 1977. 111p. German-Czechoslovak crisis of 1938 discussed in all chapters.

----- ----- New York: Norton, c1977. 111p.

Rock, William R. Chamberlain and Roosevelt: British Foreign Policy and the United States 1937-1940. Columbus: Ohio State University Press, c1988. 330p. Munich Agreement and Czechoslovak developments of 1938-1939 in Chapters 5, 6, and 7.

Rock, William R. Neville Chamberlain. New York: Twayne Publishers, [1969]. 242p. Munich Agreement in Chapters 13, 14 and 15.

Roman, Eric. "Munich and Hungary: An Overview of Hungarian Diplomacy during the Sudeten Crisis." East European Quarterly 8, no. 1 (March 1974): 71-97.

Rosenthal, Jacob. "The USSR and the Munich Agreement of 1938." PhD diss, New York University, 1963.

Rothstein, Andrew. The Munich Conspiracy. London: Lawrence & Wishart, 1958. 320p.

Roucek, Joseph S., and Jiri Skvor. "Benes and Munich." East European Quarterly 10, no. 3 (Fall 1976): 373-85.

Rudner, Robert. "Demythologizing Munich: The Uses and Abuses of History." In The Meaning of Munich Fifty Years Later, 1990 [Chapter 4, Jensen]: 41-49.

Rystad, Goran. Prisoners of the Past?: The Munich Syndrome and Makers of American Foreign Policy in the Cold War Era. Lund: CWK Gleerup, 1982. 85p.

Sakmyster, Thomas L. "Munich Crisis." In his Hungary, The Great Powers, and the Danubian Crisis, 1936-1939, 185-207. Athens: University of Georgia Press, c1980.

Schmid, Karin. "The Constitution of the Slovak Republic." In Slovak Politics, 1983 [Chapter 4, Kirschbaum, Stanislav]: 191- 220.

Schmitt, Bernadotte E. "'Munich'." Journal of Modern History 25, no. 2 (June 1953): 166-80. Review article.

Schmitt, Bernadotte E. "The Road to Munich and Beyond." In Czechoslovakia: Twenty Years of Independence, 1940 [Chapter 4, Kerner]: 409-40.

Seton-Watson, Robert W. From Munich to Danzig. London: Methuen & Co., 1939. 287p.

Shaw, Duncan Keith. Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain. London: W. Gardner, Darton & Co., [1939]. 215p. Crisis of 1938 and Munich Agreement in Chapters 13-19.

Sidor, Karol. "What Led to the Proclamation of the Slovak Republic." Slovakia 3, no. 3 (December 1952): 1-12.

Skilling, H. Gordon. "Letters from Prague 1938." Kosmas: Journal of Czechoslovak and Central European Studies 2, no. 1 (Summer 1983): 85-97.

Skilling, H. Gordon. "Letters from Prague 1939." Kosmas: Journal of Czechoslovak and Central European Studies 2, no. 2 (Winter 1983): 87-98.

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Conway, John S. "The Churches, the Slovak State and the Jews 1939-1945." 1974. For full citation see Jews and Jewish Affairs.

Criminals on the Bench: Documents Concerning Crimes Committed on the Occupied Territory of Czechoslovakia by Two Hundred and Thirty Nazi Judges and Public Prosecutors who Today Hold Legal Posts in Western Germany. Prague: Orbis, 1960. 138p. Published by Svaz protifasistickych bojovniku.

Czechoslovak National Committee. German Cultural Oppression in Czechoslovakia. [Chicago: Czechoslovak National Council of America, 1940] 32p. Includes suppression of universities.

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Erdely, Eugene V. Germany's First European Protectorate: The Fate of the Czechs and Slovaks. London, R. Hale, 1942. 252p.

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Four Fighting Years. Foreword by Hubert Ripka. London; New York: Hutchinson, 1943. 202p. Developments 1938-1942; anti-Nazi activities at home and abroad. Published on behalf of Czechoslovak Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

French, Alfred, Robert Kellner, and Jaroslav Polach. "Tobruk as Seen from the Trenches." In On All Fronts: Czechs and Slovaks in World War II, 1991 [Chapter 4, White]: 143-59.

[Fucik, Julius] Fuchik, Julius. Notes from the Gallows. With a preface by Samuel Sillen and a note by Augustina Fuchik [Fucik]. New York: New Century Publishers, 1948. 112p. Translation of Reportaz psana na opratce.

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Fucik, Julius. Report from the Gallows. Translated by Stephen Jolly. London: Fore Publications, 1951. 97p.

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Gellner, John. "A Stint with the 311th (Czechoslovak) Squadron, Royal Air Force." In On All Fronts: Czechs and Slovaks in World War II, 1991 [Chapter 4, White]: 103-07.

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Grant Duff, Shiela. A German Protectorate: The Czechs under Nazi Rule. London: Macmillan, 1942. 295p.

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Hajsman, Jan. The Brown Beast: The Concentration Camp Europe under the Rule of Hitler. Prague: Orbis, 1948. 212p. Written with cooperation of L. H. Vydra; preface by Jan Masaryk. Discusses Czech underground and Nazi persecution.

Hanc, Josef. "Czechs and Slovaks since Munich." Foreign Affairs 18, no. 1 (October 1939): 102-15.

Hanc, Josef. Tornado Across Eastern Europe: The Path of Nazi Destruction from Poland to Greece. New York: The Greystone Press, [1942]. 337p. Includes Czechs and Slovaks, Little Entente, Munich Agreement.

Harmon, Ernest N. "Face to Face with the Russians." In his Combat Commander: Autobiography of a Soldier by E. N. Harmon, with Milton MacKaye and William R. MacKaye, 264-78. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1970. U.S. Army in Czechoslovakia in 1945.

Heineman, John L. "Neurath in Prague: 1939-1941." In his Hitler's First Foreign Minister: Constantin Freiherr von Neurath, Diplomat and Statesman, 186-212. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1979.

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Heisler, J. B. Round the World to Britain. Translated by Kevin Browne. London: Trinity Press; distributed by L. Drummond [1946] 190p. Personal narrative, as told by Peter Toman who escaped Czechoslovakia to join Czechoslovak Army in Britain.

Heroes and Victims. Preface by Jan Masaryk. London: Czechoslovak Ministry of Foreign Affairs Information Service, 1945. 158p. Basic facts about Nazi terror in Czechoslovakia; includes names of more than two thousand men and women officially announced as executed for political activities.

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Hrabik-Samal, Mary, and Zdenka Brodska. "The Yalta Myth and Its Consequences." Kosmas: Journal of Czechoslovak and Central European Studies 3,no. 1 (Summer 1984): 25-33.

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Jacoby, Gerhard. Racial State: The German Nationalities Policy in the Protectorate of Bohemia-Moravia. 1944 For full citation see Jews and Jewish Affairs .

Jaksch, Wenzel, and Walter Kolarz. England and the Last Free German: The Story of a Rescue. London: Lincolns-Prager [c1941] 58p. Germans anti-Nazi exiles in England.

Janousek, Karel. "The Czechoslovak Air Force at Home and Abroad." Spirit of Czechoslovakia 3, no. 9-11 (September 14, 1942): 83, 94.

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