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Prague Winter by Madeleine Albright

Title Prague Winter
Author Madeleine Albright
Publisher Harper Collins
Release 2012-04-24
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 480
ISBN 0062030361
Language English, Spanish, and French
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“A remarkable story of adventure and passion, tragedy and courage set against the backdrop of occupied Czechoslovakia and World War II.” —Václav Havel From former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright comes a moving and thoughtful memoir of her formative years in Czechoslovakia during the tumult of Nazi occupation, World War II, fascism, and the onset of the Cold War. An intensely personal journey into the past that offers vital lessons for the future, Prague Winter combines the intimacy of an autobiography with the drama of an exciting and well-told story—all underpinned by the gravity and intelligence of a serious work of history. The result is a highly readable and incisive work filled with tragedy and triumph, a resonant narrative informed by Albright’s remarkable life experience and her characteristic candor in speaking hard truths.

Prague Winter by Gerda Mayer

Title Prague Winter
Author Gerda Mayer
Publisher
Release 2005
Category Czechoslovakia
Total Pages 53
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Prague Winter by Richard Katrovas

Title Prague Winter
Author Richard Katrovas
Publisher Carnegie Mellon Poetry
Release 2004
Category Poetry
Total Pages 94
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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A collection of poetry by Richard Katrovas.

Prague Winter by Nikolaus Martin

Title Prague Winter
Author Nikolaus Martin
Publisher Halban Publishers
Release 1990
Category Bohemia (Czech Republic)
Total Pages 267
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Prague Winter by Puebla Institute

Title Prague Winter
Author Puebla Institute
Publisher
Release 1988
Category Czechoslovakia
Total Pages 60
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The Prague Winter by Elizabeth Onusko

Title The Prague Winter
Author Elizabeth Onusko
Publisher
Release 2013-07-12
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Total Pages
ISBN 9781622293445
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Prague Winter Enhanced Edition by Madeleine Albright

Title Prague Winter Enhanced Edition
Author Madeleine Albright
Publisher Harper Collins
Release 2012-04-24
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 480
ISBN 0062206176
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Drawing on her own memory, her parents’ written reflections, interviews with contemporaries, and newly-available documents, former US Secretary of State and New York Times bestselling author Madeleine Albright recounts a tale that is by turns harrowing and inspiring. Before she turned twelve, Madeleine Albright’s life was shaken by some of the most cataclysmic events of the 20th century: the Nazi invasion of her native Prague, the Battle of Britain, the attempted genocide of European Jewry, the allied victory in World War II, the rise of communism, and the onset of the Cold War. In Prague Winter, Albright reflects on her discovery of her family’s Jewish heritage many decades after the war, on her Czech homeland’s tangled history, and on the stark moral choices faced by her parents and their generation. Often relying on eyewitness descriptions, she tells the story of how millions of ordinary citizens were ripped from familiar surroundings and forced into new roles as exile leaders and freedom fighters, resistance organizers and collaborators, victims and killers. These events of enormous complexity are shaped by concepts familiar to any growing child: fear, trust, adaptation, the search for identity, the pressure to conform, the quest for independence, and the difference between right and wrong. Prague Winter is an exploration of the past with timeless dilemmas in mind, a journey with universal lessons that is simultaneously a deeply personal memoir and an incisive work of history. It serves as a guide to the future through the lessons of the past, as seen through the eyes of one of the international community’s most respected and fascinating figures. Albright and her family’s experiences provide an intensely human lens through which to view the most political and tumultuous years in modern history.

Prague Winter by Josef Škvorecký

Title Prague Winter
Author Josef Škvorecký
Publisher
Release 1987
Category Authors
Total Pages 9
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Title Cosmos and Materiality in Early Modern Prague
Author
Publisher Oxford University Press
Release 2021-06-24
Category History
Total Pages 256
ISBN 0192898981
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In the seventeenth century Prague was the setting for a complex and shifting spiritual world. By studying the city's material culture, this book presents a bold alternative understanding of early modern religion in central Europe.

Title Time Out Prague Guide
Author
Publisher Time Out Guides
Release 1997
Category Prague (Czech Republic)
Total Pages 290
ISBN 9780140257168
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The second edition of the Time Out Prague Guide has been extensively rewritten to reflect the hectic pace of the fast-changing Czech capital. Resident experts provide an overview of the city's culture and places to visit.

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