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Institute of the Czech Language, Czech Academy of Sciences
Thematization of place names in opinion journalism : Czech exile politicians’ radio speeches between 1938 and 1945
Davidová Glosarová J.
), p. 7-23
Polná - a toponym that has become a symbol
), p. 24-35
The Italianization of place names in occupied Yugoslavia during World War II
), p. 36-44
Böhmisch Gasse, Schillerstrasse, Titova, Školní - one street, many names. Urbanonymy in the Czech borderlands during the 20th century
), p. 45-62
Some remarks on changes of toponyms in former Sudetenland (The case of the toponym Bramberk/Krásný)
), p. 63-73
Political colonization quantified : urbanonymy landscape seen as a network of street-sign posts
), p. 74-84
Jan Palach Square - urbanonym as a symbol of public protest
), p. 85-93
Church names in the urban toponymy (on Russian materials)
), p. 94-111
Regional speleonymy from the viewpoint of ethnic and lingual contacts (with examples of speleonyms in the Slovenský Kras National Park)
), p. 112-120
Stalingrad Pub or Hitler’s? Representation of ideological changes of toponyms in contemporary Czech literature
), p. 121-129
Collectivization and nationalization of agriculture in Czechoslovakia : changes of rural landscape - and namescape?
), p. 130-137
Names as covert affirmation of identity : on some propagandistic urbanonyms of the post-war western borderlands in Poland
Walkowiak J. B.
), p. 138-149
Place names among three languages : the Sorbian, German and Polish toponymy of eastern Lusatia
), p. 150-159