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Bohemia Czechoslovakia
First posted on July 29th 2005, last revised on August 27th 2008







The Sudeten Germans until 1848
The Sudeten Germans 1848-1918
The Sudetenland 1918-1938
The Sudetenland 1938-1945
Expulsion 1945-1946
The Sudeten Germans Abroad, since 1946

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EXTERNAL
FILES
History by city : Litomysl (Leitomischl), Asch
Ceska Historicka Bibliografie
Mark Cornwall, Competing Visions of 'German' and 'Czech' in the Northern Bohemian Borderlands, 1848-1871, in Different Paths to the Nation : National Identity and State-Building in Germany, Italy and the Habsburg Monarchy c.1830-1870, Istituto Storico Italo-Germanico, Trento 2004, abstract; scroll down
DOCUMENTS World Statesmen, Czech Republic by Ben Cahoon
Historical Population Statistics : Czech Rep., from Population Statistics at Univ. Utrecht
Atlas Search, Czech Republic, 80 entries
REFERENCE Adrian Webb, The Longman Companion to Central and Eastern Europe since 1919, London etc.: Longman 2002 [G]
Fritz Peter Habel, Die Sudetendeutschen (The Sudeten Germans), München : Langen Müller (1992) 3rd, enlargd edition 2002 , in German [G]
Derek Sayer, The Coasts of Bohemia, A Czech History, Princeton : Univ. Press 1998, 442 pp., KMLA Lib.Sign. 943.71 S274t
Jiri Hochman, Historical Dictionary of the Czech State, London : Scarecrow 1998, 272 pp., KMLA Lib.Sign. R 943.71 H686h
Mikulas Teich (ed.), Bohemia in History, Cambridge UP 1999, 350 pp.; KMLA Lib.Sign. 943.71 T262b
Benjamin Frommer, National Cleansing. Retribution against Nazi Collaborators in Postwar Czechoslovakia, Cambridge : UP 2005 [G]
Digitaler Lesesaal, from Österreichische Nationalbibliothek