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A History of the Czech Lands

A History Of The Czech Lands podává soustavný výklad naší historie od pravěku až po vstup České republiky do Evropské unie v roce 2004. Kniha sleduje vývoj českého státu a národa, stejně jako menšin žijících na českém území, zejména Židů, Němců, Slováků a Poláků.

A History of the Czech Lands

Kniha podává soustavný výklad naší historie od pravěku až po vstup České republiky do Evropské unie v roce 2004. Kniha sleduje vývoj českého státu a národa, stejně jako menšin žijících na českém území, zejména Židů, Němců, Slováků a Poláků.

Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind

The Sunday Times Top Ten Bestseller The New York Times Top Ten Bestseller Planet Earth is 4.5 billion years old. In just a fraction of that time, one species among countless others has conquered it.

A Brief History of Seven Killings

1976: Seven gunmen storm Bob Marley's house, machine guns blazing. The reggae superstar survives, but the gunmen are never caught.

The History of the Czech Academy of Sciences in Pictures - Vlasta Franc Martin, Mádlová

Based on period documents and photography, the book maps in detail the development of Czech non-university sciences from the 18th century when the Society of Unknown Scholars in the Austrian Lands was founded in Olomouc. The main attention is focused on the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic and its most important precursors, whether the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, active in 1953–1992, or earlier institutions, such as the Czech Academy of Sciences and Arts (originally the Emperor F...

Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow (tvrdá väzba)

Official U.S. edition with full color illustrations throughout. Yuval Noah Harari, author of the critically-acclaimed New York Times bestseller and international phenomenon Sapiens, returns with an equally original, compelling, and provocative book, turning his focus toward humanity's future, and our quest to upgrade humans into gods.

A Glossary of Catchwords of the Czech Avant-Garde

A Glossary of Catchwords of the Czech Avant-garde is a collective enterprise aimed at reconstructing some of the landmark concepts and ideas that the Czech avant-garde brought primarily into literature and the visual arts. In general, the reader will not find here entries on the traditional groupings, the various ‘isms’, periodicals or standard categories from the history of art and literature giving a typical description and history of them.

The Development of Czech Childcare Policies

The area that comprises today’s Czech Republic has a long and rich history of providing childcare facilities to preschool children. Kindergartens continue to be popular to this day and at present almost all Czech children attend these facilities.

Brief Answers to the Big Questions

'A beautiful little book by a brilliant mind' Steven Poole, DAILY TELEGRAPH The world-famous cosmologist and #1 bestselling author of A Brief History of Time leaves us with his final thoughts on the universe's biggest questions in this brilliant posthumous work.

Castle and Cathedral in Modern Prague: Longing for the Sacred in a Skeptical Age - Bruce R. Berglund

Prague in the early twentieth century was the city of cubists, surrealists, and the Good Soldier vejk. This book takes a new approach to interwar Prague by identifying religion as an integral part of the city s cultural history. As Prague emerged as a modern city and the Czech nation gained independence, Catholics, Protestants, and those who imagined a non-sectarian religion debated questions of faith and morality. Contrary to the conventional view of modern Czech elites as atheistic, Berglund ...

Poetické Slovensko - Poetry of Slovakia - Milan Zachar

Súčasné Slovensko formovali v dávnej minulosti mnohé ríše a národy. Od Keltov, Dákov, Samovu ríšu, slovanskú Veľkomoravskú ríšu, Uhorsko, habsburgské Rakúsko, Rakúsko - Uhorsko, na troskách ktorého získali Slováci po tisíc rokoch znovu samostatnosť v rámci prvej Československej republiky. Cez krátku avantúru s nacistickým Nemeckom, obnovením československej štátnosti pod dozorom komunistického Sovietskeho zväzu až k zmene spoločenského poriadku v roku 1989 a následnému vyhláseniu samostatnosti ...

Bohemia docta

The book maps the development of Czech non-university science from the beginnings in the humanist learned societies to the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences transformation into a new institution of the Czech Academy of Sciences. A team of experienced authors bring in attractively written chapters with the history of important scientific institutions such as the Royal Bohemian Society of Learning, the Czech Academy of Sciences and Arts, the Masaryk Academy of Labour and the Czechoslovak Academy o...

On Tyranny

'These 128 pages are a brief primer in every important thing we might have learned from the history of the last century, and all that we appear to have forgotten' Observer History does not repeat, but it does instruct.

Black Holes And Baby Universes And Other Essays

Readers worldwide know the work of Stephen Hawking through his phenomenal bestseller A Brief History of Time. In this collection of essays and other pieces - on subjects that range from warmly personal to the wholly scientific- he is revealed variously as the scientist, the man, the concerned world citizen, and - as always - the rigorous and imaginative thinker.

Art in Changing Times/s prebalom/ - Abelovský Ján, Bajcurová Katarína

This book is the most comprehensive attempt to survey the history of painting and sculpture in Slovakia between 1890 and 1949. Slovak Modernism is presented as a logical, continuous complex of the endeavors of artists from all cultural backgrounds: Slovak, Hungarian, Czech, and Jewish. From the flourishing of the Austro-Hungarian Empire to the communists gaining full control over Czechoslovakia, thisconsideration demonstrates how art in Slovakia was exposed to many changes during this period. T...

American & British Studies Annual - Volume 5

Our aim is to create a platform for scholarly exchange not only within the Czech Republic but internationally. We seek original articles that explore a wide range of issues concerning American and British literature, visual arts, music and other cultural phenomena as well as cultural history.

Goulash - Brian Kimberling

From Brian Kimberling, the acclaimed author of SNAPPER, comes a pitch perfect story of falling in and out of love in Prague. Eager to escape stifling small-town Indiana, Elliott moves to Prague, where he gets a job teaching English. It's 1998, and the Czech Republic is moving with increasing rapidity out of the shadow of communism and into the wilds of twenty-first-century capitalism. Elliott meets his students in a variety of pubs and conducts his lessons over pints of local Radegast beer. He ...