Oxford University Press (UK)
Since 1918, Czechoslovakia has been known as East-Central Europe's
most devoted democracy, an outpost of Western values in the East.
While the country has had more democratic experience than its
neighbors, this book argues that the claim that Czechs are "
devoted to liberal ideas, emerged from nationalist myth. Battle for
the Castle tells the story of that myth's creation during the First
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