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2012 | 98 | 5 | 465-536
Article title

Rusko a „naše osvobození“. Význam válečného rusofilství a vztahu k carskému Rusku za Velké války a v meziválečném období

Title variants
EN
RUSSIA AND "OUR LIBERATION": THE MEANING OF WARTIME RUSSOPHILIA AND THE RELATIONSHIP WITH TSARIST RUSSIA DURING THE GREAT WAR AND THE INTERWAR PERIOD
Languages of publication
CS
Abstracts
EN
The study is devoted to relations with Russia and Russophilia as a traditional komponent of Czech nationalist thinking. It summarizes the development of Czech sympathy for the Great War at home, in exile propaganda and among Russian Czechs and later legions. The analysis of the interwar disputes primarily between Masaryk and Edvard Beneš on the one hand, and Kramář on the other hand, concerning relations with the Russian Empire, wartime Russophilia and the problem of their image in interwar Czechoslovakia, which refers to the issue of the political legitimacy of the struggle between the Castle and the right and the existence of two parallel discourses, that of the Castle and that of the right, based on different premises and promoting a different view of the meaning and purpose of the nation-state.
Contributors
  • Historický ústav, Filozofická fakulta, Masarykova univerzita, Arna Nováka 1, 602 00 Brno, Czech Republic
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