|Statement||written by Ladislav Gawlik ... [et al.] ; translation by Alzbĕta Rejchrtová.|
|LC Classifications||DB2011 .P74 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||95 p. :|
|Number of Pages||95|
|LC Control Number||87172671|
With a keen eye for revealing details, Hillel J. Kieval examines the contours and distinctive features of Jewish experience in the lands of Bohemia and Moravia (the present-day Czech Republic), from the late eighteenth to the late twentieth by: The Price of Freedom surveys and explains the fascinating and intricate history of East Central Europe - the present day countries of the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia. Taking a thematic approach, the author explores such issues and controversies as the tension between the industrial developed West and the agrarian East Central Europe, the rise of modern nationalism, democracy 4/5(1). This book deals with the development of Czech law from its initial origins as a form of Slavic law to its current position, reflecting the influence of the legal systems of neighbouring countries. New Book: Slovakia in Czechoslovakia Published: One of them is a historical-geographic book, which, through old postcards showing picturesque places in Slovakia and the life of its inhabitants between and
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