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First posted on October 7th 2007, last revised on June 20th 2008







For the time since 1992, see History of the Czech Republic
For 1918-1991, see History of Czechoslovakia

Czech Lands 1914-1918 . Austria-Hungary
Lands of the Bohemian Crown 1893-1914 . Austria-Hungary
Lands of the Bohemian Crown 1867-1893 . Austria-Hungary
Lands of the Bohemian Crown 1849-1867 . Austria
Lands of the Bohemian Crown 1848-1849 . Austria
Lands of the Bohemian Crown 1815-1848 . Austria
Lands of the Bohemian Crown 1790-1815 . Austria
Lands of the Bohemian Crown 1740-1790 . Austria
Lands of the Bohemian Crown 1648-1740 . Austria
Lands of the Bohemian Crown 1618-1648 . Holy Roman Empire
Lands of the Bohemian Crown 1526-1618 . Holy Roman Empire
Lands of the Bohemian Crown 1410-1526 . Holy Roman Empire
Lands of the Bohemian Crown 1310-1437 . Holy Roman Empire

see also : History of Bohemia (9th Century-1918), of Moravia (9th Century-1918), of Austrian Silesia (1742-1918), of Silesia (1327-1742), of Lusatia (1076-1635)

Regional Histories : Sudetenland

Historical Atlas : Bohemia, Lands of the Bohemian Crown, Czechoslovakia Pages







WEB-BIBLIOGRAPHY . . . EXTERNAL FILES
Country Profiles Article Böhmische Kronländer, from Wikipedia, German edition
Articles on Bohemia, Moravia, Silesia respectively Austrian Silesia and Lusatia, from Wikipedia
Articles on Bohemia, Moravia, Silesia, from Catholic Encyclopedia (1905-1914)
Articles on Bohemia, Moravia, Silesia, Lusatia, from EB 11th edition (1910-1911)
Articles on Böhmen, Mähren, Schlesien, Österreichisches Herzogtum, from Meyers Konversationslexikon 1885-1892, in German
Articles on Böhmen, Mähren, Österreichisch-Schlesien, from Brockhaus Konversationslexikon 1894-1896, in German
Country Studies : Czechoslovakia (former) from Library of Congress
Links, on History from Virtual Library History (Czech Republic), from Virtual Library Labour History (Czechia), from Virtual Library Women's History (Czechia)
Category : Czech History, from Wikipedia
Timelines from timelines.ws (Bohemia); from Scaruffi, scroll down for the Czechs; by Eliska Vraba (10th-15th century)
Timelines Bohemia 1800-1850, 1850-1900, from Family Lines CZ
Accounts of History see also under Bohemia, Moravia, Austrian Silesia
All about Czech History, from Czech Republic, Official Website
Czech History, at GLA, Institute for Slavonic Studies : Ch.4 : The Flowering and Decline of the Czech Medieval State, Ch.5 : Hussitism, Ch.6 : The State of the Estates, Ch.8 : Enlightenment, Ch.9 : National Revival,
Eliska's Notes - A Gothic Bohemia Primer, by Eliska Vraba
Joachim Bahlcke, Regionalismus und Staatsintegration im Widerstreit. Die Länder der Böhmischen Krone im Ersten Jahrhundert der Habsburgerherrschaft (1526-1619) (Regionalism and State Integration in Conflict. The Lands of the Bohemian Crown in the First Century of Habsburg Rule, 1526-1619), partially posted by Google Books
Encyclopedia Entries Articles Prague (Praha), Olmütz (Olomouc), Brünn (Brno), Königgrätz, Leitmeritz (Litomerice), Budweis (Budejovice), Hussites, Bohemian Brethren (Moravian Brethren), Utraquism, from Catholic Encyclopedia 1905-1914
Articles Prague (Praha), Pilsen (Plzen), Eger (Cheb), Aussig, Leitmeritz, Königgrätz, Budweis (Budejovice), Brünn (Brno), Olmütz (Olomouc), Ostrau (Ostrava), from EB 1910-1911
Article Prag, Pilsen, Budweis, Leitmeritz, Leitomischl, Königgrätz, Iglau, Eger, Aussig, Reichenberg, Brünn, Olmütz, Ostrau, Tabor, Taboriten, from Meyers Konversationslexikon 1885-1892, in German
Article Aussig, Brünn, Budweis, Eger, Iglau, Karlsbad, Königgrätz, Leitmeritz, Leitomischl, Olmütz, Ostrau, Pardubitz, Pilsen, Prag, Reichenberg, Tabor, from Brockhaus Konversationslexikon 1894-1896, in German
Article Prague, Bohemia, Moravia, Iglau, Prerau, Holleschau, Göding, Pilsen, Budweis, Karlsbad, from Jewish Encyclopedia 1901-1906
Politics Articles Sokol, Czech National Social Party, from Wikipedia
Military Articles Battle of Königgrätz,from Wikipedia
Articles K.u.K. Landwehr, from Wikipedia, German edition
Österreichische Militärgeschichte (Austrian Military History), in German; with reference to Bohemia, Moravia, Austrian Silesia
Economy & Finances Entry Czechoslovakia/The Czech Republic, from Global History of Currencies, by Bryan Taylor; Karl M. Brousek, Die Grossindustrie Böhmens 1848-1918 (Bohemia's Large Industry), partially posted by Google Books, in German
History of Czech Coal
History of the Prague Stock Exchange
Currency and Trade, Industry and Resources, from Eliska's Notes - A Gothic Bohemia Primer
Norbert Englisch, Braunkohle und Arbeiterbewegung. Ein Beitrag zur Bergarbeitervolkskunde im nordwestböhmischen Braunkohlenrevier bis zum Ende der österreichisch-unganischen Monarchie (Lignite and Labour Movement. A Contribution to theMinor's Culture in the north west Bohemian lignite deposit region, until the end of the Austro-Hungarian monarchy), partially posted by Google Books, in German
Peter Rauscher, Zwischen Ständen und Gläbigern. Die kaiserlichen Finanzen unter Ferdinand I. und Maximilian II., 1556-1576, (Between Estates and Creditors. The Imperial Finances under Ferdinand I. and Maximilian II., 1556-1576), posted by Google Books, in German; has chapter on Bohemian Lands
Antonie Dolezalova, Cooperative Conceptions in the Economic Thought in the Czech Lands before and after World War I, IEHC 2006
Jiri Woitsch, The Potash Industry in Bohemia and Moravia in the 18th and 19th Century, IEHC 2006
Ethnography for the Sudeten Germans, see under Sudetenland
Gallery (ed.), Geschichte Verstehen, Die Entwicklung der Deutsch-Tschechischen Beziehungen in den Böhmischen Ländern 1848-1948 (The Development of German-Czech Relations in the Bohemian Lands, 1848-1948), in German
Roma (Gypsies) in the Czech Republic, from Radio Prague
Religion Chronology of Catholic Dioceses - Czech Republic, from Kirken i Norge
Prague, from Jewish Virtual History Tour
Category : Religion in the Czech Republic, from Wikipedia
Czechoslovakia, from Roman Catholic Hierarchy, scroll down for Czech Lands
History of Regions see Administrative History of Bohemia, Administrative History of Moravia, at this site
History of Cities History by city : Litomysl (Leitomischl), Asch
Culture Article Czech Literature, from Catholic Encyclopedia
Czech and Slovak Literature in English, from James Naughton's Home Page; Czech Literature, from Prague - the Czech Republic; Czech Literature (links) from Slavophilia
Bibliographies Ceska Historicka Bibliografie
Biographies Biographies of Czech Saints, from Ökumenisches Heiligenlexikon, in German
Others History of the Czech and Slovak Vegetarian Societies, from IVU, mainly on Bohemia
Articles Bohemian National Ice Hockey Team, Sokol, Football Association of the Czech Republic, from Wikipedia

WEB-BIBLIOGRAPHY . . . EXTERNALLY POSTED DOCUMENTS
Lists of Statesmen World Statesmen, Bohemia, Moravia, (Austrian) Silesia, by Ben Cahoon
from Rulers (B. Schemmel); scroll down for Bohemia, Moravia, (Austrian) Silesia
Bohemia, Moravia, Silesia, from Regnal Chronologies
Titles of European Rulers : Bohemia / Czechia
Population Figures from Population Statistics (Jan Lahmeyer)
Document Collections Sources to Habsburg History, from Habsburg Net
Archives, Musea, Libraries National Archives, from UNESCO Archives Portal
State and Regional Archives, Czech Republic, from UNESCO Archives Portal
Historical Research in Europe, listing of archives; click Atlas Search, Czech Republic, 80 entries
Academic and Research Libraries - Czech Republic, from UNESCO Libraries Portal
Libraries in the Czech Republic, from LibDex
Museums and Galleries, from Czech Republic, official website
State Symbols Czech and Slovakian Arms, from Heraldica
Coats of Arms : Bohemia, from Civic Heraldry
Coins, Banknotes Medieval and Early Modern Bohemian Coins (Replicas), from Antiqua Nova, commercial site
BIBLIOGRAPHY
General Histories Derek Sayer, The Coasts of Bohemia, A Czech History, Princeton : Univ. Press 1998, 442 pp., KMLA Lib.Sign. 943.71 S274t
Hugh Agnew, The Czechs and the Lands of the Bohemian Crown, Stanford : Hoover Institution Press 2004, KMLA Lib. Call Sign 943.71 A273c
Mikulas Teich (ed.), Bohemia in History, Cambridge UP (1998) 2000, KMLA Lib. Call Sign 943.71 T262b
V. Nosek, Independent Bohemia. An Account of the Czecho-Slovak Struggle for Liberty (1918), posted by Gutenberg Library Online
Special Topics Fritz Peter Habel, Die Sudetendeutschen (The Sudeten Germans), München : Langen Müller (1992) 3rd, enlarged edition 2002 , in German [G]
Historical Dictionaries Jiri Hochman, Historical Dictionary of the Czech State, London : Scarecrow 1998, 272 pp., KMLA Lib.Sign. R 943.71 H686h