Natasha Dudinska: Hope and Courage in Czechoslovakia
Produced by Alex Chadwick
Join us in Prague, Czechoslovakia as the government
collapses and Czechoslovakians see the chance to remake
their lives and society. Through the experience of a
student activist and interpreter, our program explains the
events that triggered the collapse and inspired the
opposition, and takes listeners inside Czechoslovakia's
burst of hope.
U.S. Library of Congress Country Study - Czechoslovakia
to the former country; includes facts-at-a-glance, and sections on history, geography,
society, economy, and government.
Czech Center New York
seeks to create a dialogue between the Czech Republic and the
United States through a wide variety of activities.
official site of the Republic; a guide to the country and its people,
institutions, culture, and history.
The Velvet Revolution: A Chronology
Under a Cruel Star : A Life in Prague 1941-1968
Heda M. Kovaly Franci Epstein Helen Epstein
Prague in Black and Gold: Scenes from the Life of a European City
The Velvet Revolution: Czechoslovakia, 1988-1991
Czechoslovakia: The Velvet Revolution and Beyond
Robin H. Shepherd
Prague Territories: National Conflict and Cultural Innovation in Franz Kafka's Fin de Siecle