Čechoslováci v Dobrudži. Sonda do každodenního života a vnímání vojáků na polozapomenuté frontě první světové války
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THE CZECHOSLOVAKS IN DOBRUDJA A PROBE INTO THE SOLDIERS' EVERYDAY LIVES AND SENTIMENTS ON THE HALF-FORGOTTEN WORLD WAR I FRONT
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The author clarifies a less known episode of the Czechoslovak military resistance during World War I, i.e. the Czechoslovaks' fighting within Serbian military units on the Dobrudja front. The essay does not concentrate on political or strictly military affairs; it focuses on the military everydayness and illustrates experiences of Czechoslovak volunteers as they were captured it in diaries, biographies and autobiographic books. The author concludes the essay with the fact that, after crossing from the Serbian to the Russian army, many veterans of the Dobrudja campaign occupied important positions in the Czechoslovak division and later in the army corps.
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