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Dušan UHLÍŘ Čas kongresů a tajných společností Praha: Epocha 2017 ISBN 978-80-7557-087-1, 440 pages

Civínová, Pavlína
Emidio DIODATO, Federico NIGLIA Italy in International Relations. The Foreign Policy Conundrum London: Palgrave Macmillan 2017 ISBN 978-3-319-55062-6, 123 pages

Pawłowska, Aneta
A concise history of women originating from the city of Lodz acting either as Flâneuses or women artists, at the beginning of modern era until the end of worldwar II. an attempt of re-interpretation of the literary and art history canon

The purpose of this paper is an attempt of re-interpretation of the literary and art history canon in the context of female writers and visual artists living in Lodz. The idea of the flâneur was developed by a German Walter Benjamin in the 1920s and 1930s during ...

Gulyás, László
From the North-East Felvidék to Podkarpatská Rus (Kárpátalja), with special regard to the activity of Masaryk and Beneš

In 1918–1919 the purest region of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy joined to the Czechoslovak Republic from the Hungarian Kingdom. At the first sight this was a simple proceeding. But according to our opinion in fact, the 1918–1919 developments in the history of the North-Eastern Felv...

Adeyeri, Olusegun
Pax Britannica, security and Akoko resettlement, 1897–1960

British-inspired peace (Pax-Britannica) after 1897 terminated the spectre of widespread warfare, brigandage, insecurity and instability that pervaded Yorubaland, southwest Nigeria throughout the nineteenth century. The Akoko of northeast Yorubaland, like other Yoruba sub-groups, experienced their fair share of&...