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Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1813/2160
Title: The Development of German-Czech Relations, 1898
Authors: Turk (Tuerk), Karl
Keywords: Bohemia
Moravia
Habsburg Monarchy
Austria-Hungary
Czechs
Germans
Nationalization
Language issues
Pan-Slavism
Schools
Clubs
Nationalism
Austrian Diet (parliament)
Badeni language ordinances
Religion
Catholicism
Protestantism
Issue Date: 1898
Publisher: Lehmann/Alldeutscher Verband
Citation: Karl Tuerk, Boehmen, Maehren und Schlesien. (Der Kampf um das Deutschtum, 6. Heft.) (Muenchen: Lehmann/Alldeutscher Verband, 1898) [Bohemia, Moravia, and Silesia. (The Struggle for Germandom)], pp. 17-36. Translated by Jeremy King & Rachel Coll, 2001. Explanatory remarks and original German phrasing provided in brackets [].
Abstract: 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.
Description: 13 pages
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1813/2160
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