Exile in London : The Experience of Czechoslovakia and the Other Occupied Nations, 1939-1945.Publisher: Prague : Karolinum Press, 2018Copyright date: ©2017Description: 1 online resource (307 pages)Content type:
- online resource
- D443 .E955 2017
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Cover -- Contents -- Introduction -- I. The Existence and Challenges Faced by the Exile Governments in London -- Limited Influence: the British and the Governments-in-Exile of Poland, Czechoslovakia and Yougoslavia Detlef Brandes -- Belgium in Exile: The Experience of the Second World War Chantal Kesteloot -- A Cold Shower in International Reality: Redefining the Dutch International Position 1940-1945 Albert E. Kersten -- Between Scylla and Charybdis: The Polish Government-in-Exile's Position with Its Allies and in Poland, 1940-1945 Anita J. Prażmowska -- From Re-Emergence to Uncertainties: The Changing Position of Czechoslovakia in London throughout the Second World War Vít Smetana -- The Factors Shaping the International Political Status and the Foreign Policy of the Czechoslovak Authorities in Exile, 1939-1945 Radosław Paweł Żurawski vel Grajewski -- Polish and Czechoslovak Governments-in-Exile (and the Impact of Soviet Foreign Policy) in Russian Historiography Victoria V. Vasilenko -- II. The Armed Forces of the Occupied Countries and their Political Significance -- Together into Battle: The Armies in Exile: Considerable Value or "a Drop in the Ocean"? Zdenko Maršálek -- The Yugoslav Armed Forces in Exile: From the Yugoslav Royal Guard Battalion to the Overseas Brigades Blaž Torkar -- "The Most Difficult Country": Some Practical Considerations on British Support for Clandestine Operations in Czechoslovakia during the Second World War Mark Seaman -- III. Preparing in Exile a Post-War Solution of the Minorities Question -- Was There an Alternative to the "Transfer" of German Minorities from Czechoslovakia and Poland during the 1939-1944 Discussions on Post-War Europe by the Governments-in-Exile? Jan Kuklík - Jan Němeček -- Citizenship and Property Rights of "Our Germans":.
Citizenship and Property Rights of "Our Germans": The Development between 1943 and 1945 of the Legal Status of Germans in Post-War Czechoslovakia Matěj Spurný -- The Czechoslovak Government-in-Exile and the Legacy of Population Transfers: An Analysis of the English Language Discourse Martin D. Brown -- The End of the International Protection of Minorities under the Auspices of the League of Nations René Petráš -- IV. Propaganda and Education in War-Time Britain -- Bruce Lockhart, British Political Warfare and Occupied Europe Richard Overy -- "Anything that is dear to their hearts": Czechoslovak History and Culture in the London Broadcasts, 1939-1945 Erica Harrison -- Walking on Egg-Shells: The Czechoslovak Exiles and Anti-Semitism in Occupied Europe during the Second World War Jan Láníček -- Truth Conquers… Political Pamphlets of the Czech and Slovak Opposition versus Edvard Beneš and the Czechoslovak Government-in-Exile Dušan Segeš -- Looking for French, Anglophile or Soviet Inspiration? The Diplomatic Struggle for the Post-war Orientation of Czechoslovak Education and Culture Doubravka Olšáková -- About the Contributors -- index.
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