Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog. Note: Contents data are machine generated based on pre-publication information provided by the publisher. Contents may have variations from the printed book or be incomplete or contain other coding.
Contents Acknowledgments 000 Introduction 000 Part I: Czech Intellectuals Enter the Postwar World 1 World War Two and the East European Revolution 000 2 Intellectuals in the Czech Environment 000 3 Four Groups of Czech Intellectuals 000 Part II: The Interpretation and Reinterpretation of Czech History and the Reorientation of the Czech Nation 4 The Communist Aim: The Creation of a New Czechoslovakia. 000 5 The Battle Over the Recent Past I: The Experiences of Munich and the Second World War 000 6 The Battle Over the Recent Past II: The First Republic and Tomás G. Masaryk 000 7 The Shift in Sensibilities and Generations: May 5th 1945 Versus October 28th 1918 000 8 The Reorientation of National Identity: Czechs Between East and West 000 Part III: The Meaning of Socialism 9 Socialism and Communist Intellectuals: The "Czechoslovak Road to Socialism" 000 10 Socialism and Democratic Socialist Intellectuals: The "New Socialist Ethos" 000 11 Socialism and Roman Catholic Intellectuals: The "Fateful Struggle Between Spirit and Matter" 000 12 Socialism and Protestant Intellectuals: The "Kingdom of God on Earth?" 000 Conclusion: The End of Czechoslovak Democracy and the Rise of Communism in Eastern Europe 000 Appendix 000 Bibliography 000 About the Author
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Communism and intellectuals Czechoslovakia History, Intellectuals Czechoslovakia Political activity History, Communism Czechoslovakia, Czechoslovakia Politics and government 1945-1992