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BIBLIOGRAPHY

Gadourek, Ivan. The Political Control of Czechoslovakia. Leiden:Kroese,1953.

Gottwald, Klement. Selected Speeches and Articles, 1929-1953. Prague: Orbis, 1954.

Kabes, Vladimir. Socialist Legality in Czechoslovakia. The Hague:International Commission of Jurists, 1953.

Korbel , Josef. The Communist Subversion of Czechoslovakia, 1938-1948. Princeton . University Press, 1959.

Zdenek Mlynar: Night Frost in Prague, London: Hurst @ Co., 1980

Prečan, Vilm, ed. Charta 77. Dokumentace. Scheinfeld-Schwarzenberg, Germany, 1990.

Schwartz, Harry. Prague’s 200 Days. New York: Praeger, 1969.

Skilling, H. Gordon. Czechoslovakia’s Interrupted Revolution. Princeton University Press, 1976.

Tigrid, Pavel. Why Dubček Fell. London: Macdonald, 1971.

Zeman,Z.A.B. Prague Spring. New York: Hill & Wang, 1969.

Zinner, Paul. Communist Strategy and Tactics in Czechoslovakia. London: Pall Mall, 1963.

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Czechoslovakia
Location:  Central Europe
Capital:  Prague
Communist Rule:  1948-1989
Status:  31.12.92 - Dissolution
Victims of Communism:
65 000