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Popular Features. New Releases. Description Since , Czechoslovakia has been known as East-Central Europe's most devoted democracy, an outpost of Western values in the East.
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Language: English. Brand new Book. Battle for the Castle tells the story of that myth's creation during the First World War, used to persuade the Great Powers to createCzechoslovakia out of pieces of Austria-Hungary. Toma Masaryk and Edvard Bene, the two academics crafting the myth and employing it for wartime propaganda, became Czechoslovakia's first president and prime minister.
They tried to use the myth to outmaneuver political opponents at home and Czechoslovakia'senemies abroad. Within academichistories of Czechoslovakia - many of them written by Masaryk's students or Castle colleagues - the myth was transmuted into fact. Seller Inventory LHB More information about this seller Contact this seller.
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Karel Čapek and Czechoslovak Exile Propaganda – The London Moment
Delivered from our UK warehouse in 4 to 14 business days. Established seller since Seller Inventory IQ Shipped from UK. Seller Inventory APC Never used! The street rings with tram bells and car horns; Czechs, not tourists, fill the sidewalks. From across the street, though, the passerby can see an elegant mansard roof, the sweeping lines of interwar Prague modernist style, and between the second and third floors, in large letters, the word ORBIS.
In fact, Orbis existed in another world and another time.
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Synopsis After World War I, diplomats and leaders at the Paris Peace Talks redrew the map of Europe, carving up ancient empires and transforming Europe's eastern half into new nation-states.
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