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Pragmatika

Huang, Yan

Price: 420 CZK

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Charles University’s Oldest Documents

Royt, Jan (ed.)

Price: 250 CZK

In the year when Charles University celebrate the 670th anniversary of its foundation, it acquired two historical documents that are of...


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Fragments of Lives

Rossi, Jacques

Price: 200 CZK

In Fragmented Lives, Gulag survivor Jacques Rossi opens a window onto everyday life inside the notorious Soviet prison camp through a...

Book details Interakce měnové a fiskální politiky před krizí a po ní
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Interakce měnové a fiskální politiky před krizí a po ní

Řežábek, Pavel

Price: 170 CZK

This study by former Czech National Bank Board member Pavel Řežábek is a continuation of unique research that extends the view of monetary...

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Chemie lékařská

Horbaczewski, Jan

Price: 1400 CZK

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Čtvrt století střední Evropy

Křen, Jan

Price: 390 CZK

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Amerika prezidenta Granta

Opatrný, Josef

Price: 440 CZK

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Dear Readers,

We are pleased to present two new books which are related in both the time period and themes covered.

The publication, Tourism under the Supervision of the Third Reich, challenges the perception that during the Second World War the time was not appropriate for travel. The book focuses on the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia, but the scholars also deal with the separated parts of Czechoslovakia and include the context of the Third Reich. This book, accompanied by historical photographs and promotional materials and supplemented with an appendix with color illustrations, represents a fundamental shift in research into this hitherto little-known phenomenon.

The collective monograph, The Tourist Odyssey, is a new publication in the Oral History and Contemporary History series and represents a fundamental shift in the research of various forms of tourism in Czechoslovakia before the Velvet Revolution. A well-researched book, also based on interviews with witnesses and accompanied by historical photographs, brings the imaginary landscape of contemporary history to life through the stories of specific individuals.