The History of the Czech Republic and Slovakia

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ABC-CLIO, 18. feb. 2011 - 287 sider
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The History of the Czech Republic and Slovakia charts historical developments in the two nations to the opening decade of the 21st century. The book begins with an overview of the geography, climate, people, economy, and government of both the Czech and Slovak republics. Subsequent chapters offer a chronologically organized survey of historical events, trends, ideas, and people.

Starting with the early Slavic settlements around the 5th century AD, the book explores Czech and Slovak history through the Middle Ages, the Renaissance and Early Modern eras, the Enlightenment, and the age of nationalism and revolution. Chapters on the 20th century include discussion of the World Wars, the interwar Czechoslovak state, the Communist decades, the Prague Spring, and the Velvet Revolution of 1989. The story is brought up to date with insights into developments in the independent Czech and Slovak republics since 1993.

 

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Chapter 1 The Czech Republic and Slovakia Today
1
Chapter 2 Origins and Medieval Legacies
19
Chapter 3 The Late Middle Ages
41
Chapter 4 Religious Controversies and Military Conflicts 1400s1700s
63
Reform Revolution and National Awakening 17401914
93
Chapter 6 World War I and the First Czechoslovak Republic 19141938
129
Chapter 7 The Munich Agreement and World War II 19381945
163
Chapter 8 The Postwar Era and the Communist Regime 19451989
193
Chapter 9 The Velvet Revolution the Velvet Divorce and the Two Republics 19892009
231
Notable People in the History of the Czech Republic and Slovakia
265
Bibliography
273
Index
279
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Om forfatteren (2011)

William M. Mahoney, PhD, is associate professor and chair of the Department of History and International Studies at West Virginia Wesleyan College in Buckhannon. WV.

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