Poláci a Čechoslováci jako členové mezinárodní historické komunity v letech 1918–1938
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THE POLES AND THE CZECHS AS MEMBERS OF INTERNATIONAL HISTORICAL COMMUNITY, 1918-1938
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This article deals with some aspects of participation of Polish and Czechoslovak historians at international historical cooperation. Polish historians worked out united historical society (Polskie Towarzystwo Historyczne, est. 1924). Polish Historical Society organized in Warsaw historical congress in 1933 may serve as examples. Nevertheless, Polish historians were also eager to broaden international interest in Eastern European history and bilateral scientific dialogue with neighbouring countries. Czechoslovak historiography achieved certain respect in abroad mainly due to individual effort which was bridging the gap created by absence of national committee. This established certain appreciation of historical community for this individual effort but did not use all potential inherent in the Czech historical community. Both Polish and Czechoslovak endeavors to incorporate historical sciences into global community failed in the end of 1930s with the coming of the Second World War.
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