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T.G. Masaryk and the idea of European and world federation
by Distributed by Czechoslovak National Council of America in Chicago
Written in English
|Statement||Peter Zenkl ; translated from the Czech by Vlasta Vraz.|
|LC Classifications||DB217M3 Z43, DB217M3 Z43|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||63|
He expressed his opinions regarding a post-war system in Europe in "New Europe" () in which the predominant idea was "Jesus - not Caesar". In the post-war period he also finished his book of memoirs "World Revolution", Karel Capek's "Conversations with T.G. Masaryk" was written at this time. Title: Česká otdáka: snahy a tužby národniho obrozeni (The Czech question: The endeavors and yearnings of the national revival) Originally published: Prague, Čas, Language: CzechThe excerpts used are from: G. J. Kovtun ed. The Spirit of Thomas G. Masaryk (–). An Anthology’ (New York: St. Martin’s Press, ), pp. 61–66, 79– About the author Tomáš G. Masaryk.
The New Europe and Prohibition A Post War Survey. by Guy Hayler President, World Prohibition Federation "The Liquor Traffic is a huge monopoly which spreads its ramifications to every part of the world. It is not peculiar to one sphere or one people.  Bo idar Marković, "Masaryk i Jugoslaveni", T. G. Masaryk - Zbornik, Beograd-Praha, , pp. In this book is to be found a photo which the ac cused Serbs at the Zagreb trial sent to Masaryk; they call themselves "the fighters f or progressive and free thought in Croatia"!
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T.G. Masaryk and the idea of European and world federation. Chicago, Distributed by Czechoslovak National Council of America, ] (OCoLC) Named Person: T G Masaryk; T G Masaryk: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Petr Zenkl. Masaryk and the Idea of European and World Federation () Communist Seizure of Power and the Press () A history of the Czechoslovak Republic, ()Alma mater: Charles University.
Tomáš G. Masaryk a idea federalisace Evropy a světa. Chicago: Kruh přátel československé knihy, (OCoLC) Named Person: T G Masaryk; T G Masaryk: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Petr Zenkl. Part of the Studies in Russia and East Europe book series (SREE) Abstract.
All the chapters in this volume are revised versions of papers delivered at a conference on T. Masaryk held at the School of Slavonic and East European Studies in December T. Masaryk and the Idea of European and World Federation (Chicago, ) p.
In this book, Miloš Pojar traces the development and transformation of the opinions about Jews and Judaism of the first Czechoslovak president, T. Masaryk. Pojar describes the key events and ideas that shaped Masaryk’s attitudes: his first contacts with the Jewish world as a child, and later as a student; his work as a philosopher and sociologist, through which his thinking on Marxism.
Thomas Masaryk was one of the great personalities of Czechoslovakia’s struggle for independence during the First World War. His initial idea was to reform the internal politics of the Habsburg Empire- transforming the monarchy into a democratic federal state- but gave up and during the first major conflagration supported the abolition of the monarchy.
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Title: The New Europe. The Slav Standpoint Originally published: London, Eyre and Spottiswoode, (Nová Evropa, longer Czech version, Prague, Gustav Dubský, ) Language: English – CzechThe excerpts used are from Thomas G. Masaryk, The New Europe. The Slav Standpoint (Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press, ), pp.
75–80, –,–, – About the author see. 8 To T. Masaryk, p. ' BeneS, T. Masaryk. Czechoslovak Independence (op. cit.), No. 14, p. TWO ARCHITECTS OF NEW EUROPE 31 Thus he had developed a conception of a just, sober, non-chauvinistic nationalism which would seek to work freely within the bounds of Austria-Hungary or, if neces- sary, outside of it.
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.
Drawing heavily on the past, the leaders of these young countries crafted national mythologies and deployed them at home and abroad. Domestically, myths were a tool for legitimating the new state 5/5(1).
The national council, of which Masaryk was president, maintained close secret contact with Czech nationalist leaders (notably Charles Kramař) at home.
Upon the collapse of Austria-Hungary at the end of World War I, Masaryk became () the first president of the Czechoslovak republic. He was reelected in, and Hovory s T.
Masarykem book. Read 38 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Třídílný spis, který v letech – pořídil na základě. The European Federation is a new superpower, founded in to consolidate political and economic power in the face of the world energy crisis and accelerating security and environmental concerns around the globe.
Though publicized as an evolution of the European Union, demanding admission criteria disenfranchised all but the wealthiest nations of Europe. The European Federation has a. The world has heard and read about the '^great eco- nomic, social and political achievements" of CzechOnSlova- 8 T kia umltT MnHjiryk:im(I KMasaryk, Benes and theii' hir't-linj^s, but it.
has not heard the other side of that story from reprt'st^ntatives of the nations which were oppressed and persecuted by the. Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk (Slovak: [ˈtomaːʃ ˈɡarɪk ˈmasarɪk]), sometimes anglicised Thomas Masaryk (7 March – 14 September ), was a Czechoslovak politician, statesman, sociologist andhe advocated restructuring the Austro-Hungarian Empire into a federal the help of the Allied Powers, Masaryk gained independence for a Czechoslovak Republic as.
The book that resulted from this was an explicit collaboration that went through an author-to-subject-to-author series of editorial shapings.
The result is that the reader gets a thorough and systematic presentation of Masaryk's world-view, with detailed (and at times didactic) discussions of epistemology, metaphysics, ethics and s: 1.
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Masaryk Nation Builder: The Man Who Changed The Map of Europe. New York, NY: Association Press. Ludwig, E. Dirigeants de l'Europe: Portraits d. Get this from a library. Battle for the castle: the myth of Czechoslovakia in Europe, [Andrea Orzoff] -- 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.
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Masaryk.The preparation of this volume was undertaken in the summer ofat the request of friends in Prague. It was to have appeared in Czech only, in the idea that anything relating to the great President's career would be of interest to his compatriots, and that many details of his two years' activity in England still remained unknown: an American edition was also planned.
In this biography of Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk (), the founder of the Czechoslovak republic, and of his son Jan Masaryk (), who became foreign minister in the Czechoslovak government-in-exile in London during World War II, the author retraces their lives against the dramatic background of the history of Central and Eastern s: 1.