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Thomas G. Masaryk and his country.
by Distributed by the Czechoslovak National Council of America in Chicago, Ill
Written in English
|Contributions||Czechoslovak National Council of America.|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 84/5760 (D)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||90 p. :|
|Number of Pages||90|
|LC Control Number||85838958|
Czechoslovak statesman and scholar Thomas Garrigue Masaryk (–) led his country to independence during World War I and went on to serve as the first President of Czechoslovakia from to Earlier in his life, Masaryk spent time in the United States, particularly as a visiting professor of Slavic Studies at the University of. Works by Thomas G. Masaryk include the first edition of his first book, Selbstmord als sociale Massenerscheinung () and its English translation, Suicide and the Meaning of Civilization (). Both historically important and rare is a microfilmed set of the critical and literary monthly Athenaeum published by Masaryk in
MASARYK, JAN GARRIGUE°MASARYK, JAN GARRIGUE ° (–), Czechoslovak diplomat and statesman, son of president Thomas G. *Masaryk. From to Masaryk was his country's envoy in London, but resigned after the Munich Pact (Sept. 30, ), which compelled Czechoslovakia to give up the Sudetenland. Source for information on Masaryk, Jan Garrigue°: Encyclopaedia . HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY Humanity: The Political and Social Philosophy of Thomas G. Masaryk. By Antonie van den Beld. Trans. Peter Staples. Issues in Contemporary Politics: Historical and Theoretical Perspectives, no. 1. (The Hague: M6uton, Author: Kenneth M. Jensen.
Breaking up the Habsburg Empire ↑ Pre-War Career ↑. In , Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk (), who took his second name from his American wife Charlotte Garrigue (), already enjoyed a certain degree of prominence in Austria-Hungary and abroad as both a scholar and a politician. He had been a professor of philosophy at the Charles University in Prague since Directed by Julius Sevcík. With Karel Roden, Hanns Zischler, Oldrich Kaiser, Arly Jover. A period in the life of diplomat and politician Jan Masaryk, who was the son of Czechoslovakia's founder, served as the country's minister of foreign affairs and has been brutally killed by /10().
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Masaryk and His Country. Thomas Garrigue Masaryk (gərēg´), –, Czechoslovak political leader and philosopher, first president and chief founder of Czechoslovakia. He is revered by most Czechs and was internationally recognized as a great democratic leader. The New Europe Hardcover – January 1, by Thomas G.
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Masaryk wrote several books, including The Problems of Small Nations in the European Crisis () and The World Revolution (, in Czech, published in English as The Making of a State ()). Thomas G. Masaryk and the Jews: A Collection of Essays, with 13 Illustrations and Facsimiles Hardcover the name of Masaryk and what he did to liberate his country will serve as a beacon light to those in whose hearts the spark of freedom still burns and who will not rest until Czechoslovakia is once again a free and democratic nation.
Price: $ Thomas G. Masaryk () served as the first president of Czechoslovakia from to He was also a university professor of philosophy and sociology for thirty-two years, editor of several journals, and author of numerous books and articles. Jonathan B. Imber is Jean Glasscock Professor of Sociology at Wellesley College.5/5(1).
Masaryk (–): Thinker and Politician | Robert B. Pynsent (eds.) | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. Suicide and the Meaning of Civilization. [Masaryk, Thomas G.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Suicide and the Meaning of s: 1. A presentation of the work of the first President of Czechoslovakia who changed the course of history and influenced developments in Central Europe.
The selections of his work follow his dramatic career and show him as a philosopher and a politician who inspired practical work and thinking.
The Spirit of Thomas G. Masaryk (–): An Anthology | George J. Kovtun (eds.) | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. The Thomas G. Masaryk Collection consists of ca. books and pamphlets by or concerning Masaryk, extensive runs of three newspapers with which the Czech statesman was associated (located in BOOK COLL 45) and the typescripts of his unpublished manuscripts, and a compilation of Masaryk's speeches and actions in the Czech Diet and Austrian Parliament included here.
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Masaryk, Emil Ludwig: Books - 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 Born: 7 MarchKopčany, Austrian Empire.
Masaryk acknowledged the extent of his debt to his wife by taking Garrigue as his middle name. In Masaryk became Privatdozent of philosophy at the University of Vienna.
His interests centered on sociology and on Czech political life. His first important book was Der Selbstmord als sociale Massenerscheinung der modernen Civilisation (). In this work he attempted to deal with suicide.
Tomaš G. Masaryk () was a very influential theoretician of the history of his country. He was partly successful in turning the Czechs away from romantic nationalism and in giving them a new ideology with roots in their own past. Jesus, not Caesar: the religious world view of Thomas Garrigue Masaryk and the spiritual foundations of Czech and Slovak Culture by Jaroslav Pelikan (Book) Tomáš G.
Masaryk, a selective list of reading materials in English by George J Kovtun (Book). The making of a state; memories and observations, by T.
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Masaryk.Full text of "President of the Czecho-Slovak Republic, Thomas G. Masaryk" See other formats u D H Great Czecho-Slovaks. PRESIDENT OF THE CZECHO-SLOVAK REPUBLIC THOMAS G. MASARYK B y Dr. janiHerben Translated by Elsie Havlasa Prague. Published by the Czecho-Slovakian Foreigner s' Office.
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