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President Masaryk tells his story.
Masaryk, T. G.
|Contributions||Čapek, Karel, 1890-1938., D. R., tr.|
|LC Classifications||DB217.M3 A55 1935|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||302|
|LC Control Number||36000231|
President Masaryk Frontispiece from “President Masaryk Tells His Story" THINGS NOW ARE LOOKING UP! shown supporting him. Poet, Lover, Adventurer tower on each of the others,' f~w»» — rn w-yr t«g PIS MAftk.^ “critical even when listening to acknowledged masters.”. President Masaryk Tells His Story By Karel Čapek; T. G. Masaryk Allen & Unwin, PS PRIMARY SOURCE A primary source is a work that is being studied, .
President Masaryk Tells His Story. Karel Capek. This account of President Masaryk's life was taken from his own lips and set down in his own words by Karel Capek. The chapters were not told consecutively as they are given here; they have been built up from material gathered by Capek during several years of intercourse with the President. Czechoslovakia President Tomáš G. Masaryk Autograph Note Signed x7. Signed Note x7 Autograph G. Masaryk Tomáš President Czechoslovakia Tomáš Signed Note x7 Masaryk Czechoslovakia President Autograph G.
Between and Čapek wrote a biography of Tomáš Masaryk, founder and first president of Czechoslovakia, told as far as possible in Masaryk's own words. The first two volumes of this popular work were translated into English as President Masaryk . Masaryk, Charlotte Garrigue (–)American-born wife of Thomas Masaryk, who played an active role in Czech public life during the decades before , encouraging women to fully utilize their talents and engage in political activity. Name variations: Charlotta Garrigue Masaryková; "Charlie" Garrigue. Source for information on Masaryk, Charlotte Garrigue (–): Women in World.
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London, G. Allen & Unwin . Despite being forty years his junior, Karel Capek, the greatest writer of interwar era Czechoslovakia, and T.G.
Masaryk, philosophy teacher, bibliophile and first president of Czechoslovakia - and also Lenin's greatest antagonist, according to the quote on the copy of my book - recognized a kindred feeling for each other and often met for talks /5. Read the full-text online edition of President Masaryk Tells His Story ().
For weeks at a time Čapek stayed with President Masaryk and his family in their charming country house at Topolčanky, in Slovakia; and in the course of talks on summer days in the fields, beside a bonfire in the evenings, on quiet afternoons in the rose-covered. Read "President Masaryk Tells His Story" by Karel Capek available from Rakuten Kobo.
This account of President Masaryk's life was taken from his own lips and set down in his own words by Karel Capek. The c Brand: Read Books Ltd. That did not stop him from publishing, though. The Making of a State from described his experiences during World War I. He became close friends with writer Karel Čapek, and his meetings with Čapek from to led to the book President Masaryk Tells His Story, in which the president discusses his memories and philosophy.
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This account of President Masaryk's life was taken from his own lips and set Brand: Read Books Ltd. The communist-controlled government of Czechoslovakia reports that Foreign Minister Jan Masaryk has died by suicide.
The story of the noncommunist Masaryk’s. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Author of Russland und Europa, Světová revoluce za války a ve válce,Karel Havlíček, Česká otázka, Gespräche mit Masaryk, President Masaryk tells.
Early life and education. Masaryk was born to a poor working-class family in the predominantly Catholic city of Hodonín, Moravia (in the region of Moravian Slovakia).  He grew up in the village of Čejkovice, in South Moravia, later moving to Brno to study.
His father Jozef Masaryk (Masárik), an illiterate carter (later steward), was a Slovak from the Hungarian part of Austria-Hungary. Talks With T. Masaryk is the story of how a poor country boy, half Czech, half Slovak, got himself an education, married a girl from Brooklyn, became a philosophy professor, and grew increasingly controversial by defending a young Jew accused of ritual murder and by unmasking Czech historical sagas as by: 1.
Tomáš Masaryk, in full Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk, (born March 7,near Göding, Moravia, Austrian Empire [now Hodonín, Czech Republic]—died Sept.
14,Lány, Czech.), chief founder and first president (–35) of Czechoslovakia. Early life. Masaryk’s father was a Slovak coachman; his mother, a maid, came from a Germanized Moravian family.
The Czech author Karel Capek was a noted novelist, playwright, and essayist. Hovory s T. Masarykem (President Masaryk Tells His Story) by Karel Capek and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Ideály humanitní: a texty z let / T.G.
Masaryk ; [svazek připravil a rejstřík sestavil Michal Kosák] Masaryk, T. (Tomáš Garrigue), Abstract. At first glance it might seem odd to focus a paper on Masaryk’s social philosophy on his earliest published book, a book on suicide. 1 Der Selbstmord als sociale Massenerscheinung der modernen Civilisation, the original draft of which was written before Masaryk was thirty and at a time when he had recently converted from Catholicism to Protestantism, is often mentioned as little Author: Benjamin B.
Page. A Long Cat Tale by Karel (trans. Milena Jandova) Capek and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Never have two such important world figures collaborated in a biography: Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk (?), the original philosopher-president who founded Czechoslovakia inand Karel Capek (?), the leading Czech writer of the time.
Capek interviewed Masaryk over a number of years and produced a single narrative that tells Masaryk's incredible story in a voice as ordinary yet.
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