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Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1813/2156
Title: Travels Through Bohemia, 1919
Authors: Scheu, Robert
Keywords: Czechoslovakia
Bohemia
Travel narrative
Czechs
Post-WWI
Germans
Former Habsburg lands
Bohemian question
Issue Date: 1919
Publisher: Strache
Citation: Scheu, Robert. Wanderungen durch Bo?hmen am Vorabend der Revolution [Travels through Bohemia on the Eve of the Revolution]. Wien und Leipzig: Strache, 1919, pp. 1-33. Translated by Jeremy King, 2001.
Abstract: This excerpt comes from a book-length study published in 1919, by an Austrian journalist who was the son of a famous Austrian Social Democrat. Scheu traveled around the language border in Bohemia during the summer of 1918, just before the Great War ended and much changed. Terms that might be unfamiliar to the American reader are explained within brackets. Other editorial notes consist mostly of factual corrections to Scheu?s account. (Abstract prepared by Jeremy King of Mt. Holyoke College)
Description: 13 pages
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1813/2156
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