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2013 | 111 | 4 | 842-859
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„The Beautiful Days in Aranjuez“. A Dutch History Student in Czechoslovakia 1966–1967

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Nicolette Mout came to live in Prague in 1966 and again in 1967 on an academic exchange program as the first Dutch research student after the Second World War. The subject of her research for a MA in history (University of Amsterdam) was Comenius’s relations with the Dutch Republic. In Prague, her supervisor was Professor Josef Polišenský (1915–2001). In these reminiscences her contacts with the Czechoslovak academic world are described against the background of changes leading up to the Prague Spring.
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  • Modern History and Emeritus Professor of Central European Studies, Leiden University, Nederlands, mehn@xs4all.nl
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