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    • The Case of Bohemia, 1917 

      Namier, Lewis (The Czech National Alliance in Great Britain, 1917)
      Argues for an independent Bohemia as a check on the power of Germans and Magyars (Hungarians).
    • The Development of German-Czech Relations, 1898 

      Turk (Tuerk), Karl (Lehmann/Alldeutscher Verband, 1898)
      Discusses several aspects of Czech-German relations since 1848 from a German perspective. Talks about how Slavs in general and Czechs in particular are edging Germans out of cultural and political life in Austria.
    • Documents on the Founding of Czechoslovakia, 1918-1924 

      Unknown author (1918)
      Documents relating to the establishment of the Czechoslovak state.
    • Legal Appeal Regarding the National Categorization of Schoolchildren in Moravia, 1912 

      Lehar, Johann (Oesterreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, 1985)
      Appeal of Johann Lehar in Hohenstadt (Zabreh [the Czech name]) (Moravia) to the Supreme Administrative Court against the Ministry of Religion and Education, May 11, 1912. Complains about the practice of sending German ...
    • The Rijeka (Fiume) Resolution, 1905 

      Unknown author (London: Constable and Co., 1911)
      Expresses solidarity with the Hungarian wish to gradually achieve full independence from Austria. Also, talks about the territorial integration of Dalmatia, Croatia and Slavonia as a condition of support for Hungarian aims.
    • The Salt Mines of Wieliczka, 1850 

      Taylor, Bayard (Houghton Mifflin, 1914)