Czechoslovakia: Anvil of the Cold War

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NOTES
1.
Philip Nichols to Foreign Office, November 6 and 8, 1945, FO 371/v. 47094- 107985.
3.
Nichols to Warner, Foreign Office, January 12, 1945, FO 371/v. 56003- 112415.
4.
Guy Bettany, Reuters Special Correspondent, Prague, January 11, 1946, FO 371/v. 56006-112415.
5.
Nichols to Warner, January 12, 1946, FO 371/v. 56006-112415.
6.
Nichols to Foreign Office, October 26, 1945, secret, FO 371/v. 47094.
8.
Czechoslovak Press Bureau, January 4, 1946, FO 371/56003/Xc 110148.
9.
Nichols to Foreign Office, November 6, 1945, FO 371/v. 46094-107985.
10.
Laurence Steinhardt to James Francis Byrnes, February 26, 1946, Foreign Relations 1946, v. 6, pp. 185-87.
11.
Byrnes to Steinhardt, February 7, 1946, Foreign Relations 1946, v. 6, p. 182.
12.
Nichols to Ernest Bevin, "Annual Political Review," November 20, 1945, confidential, FO 371/v. 56085-109377.
13.
Nichols to Bevin, November 12, 1945, FO 371/v. 47045-108440.
14.
Nichols to Bevin, December 15, 1945, confidential, FO 371/v. 47096-108451.
15.
Steinhardt to Byrnes, October 31, 1945, Foreign Relations 1945, v. 6, p. 555. Italics added.
16.
Nichols to Bevin, December 15, 1945, FO 371/v. 47096-108451.
17.
Nichols to Bevin, November 17, 1945, secret, FO 371/v. 47045-108440.
19.
Nichols to Foreign Office, November 14, 1945, FO 371/v. 47114.
20.
Tomáš Báta to Foreign Office, January 4, 1946, FO 371/v. 56021-114167.
21.
Nichols to Foreign Office, December 14, 1945, FO 371/v. 47096-108451.
23.
V. Morris to Foreign Office, December 15, 1945, FO 371/v. 47046-108451.
24.
Nichols to Bevin, January 18, 1946, FO 371/v. 56003-110148.
25.
Nichols to Foreign Office, January 18, 1946, FO 371/v. 56006-112415.
27.
Steinhardt to Secretary of State, January 25, 1946, Foreign Relations 1946, v. 6, pp. 178-80.
28.
Nichols to Foreign Office, January 22, 1946, FO 371/v. 56014-110132.
29.
Byrnes to Steinhardt, February 7, 1946, Foreign Relations 1946, v. 6, p. 182. Italics added.
30.
Attaché Schuckburgh to Bevin, February 15, 1946, FO 371/v. 56003-110148.
31.
Steinhardt to Secretary of State, April 26, 1946, Foreign Relations 1946, v. 6, pp. 190-91.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword ix
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • Introduction xvii
  • Notes xxvi
  • 1- The Independence Movement Commences 1
  • Notes 10
  • 2- Founding of the Legions: Entrapment in Anti- Bolshevik Intervention 11
  • Notes 26
  • 3- The Legions Anabasis To the Sea 30
  • Notes 46
  • 4- Masaryk in America 50
  • Notes 62
  • 5- Drawing the Frontiers 63
  • Notes 70
  • 6- Internal Stabilization 72
  • Notes 84
  • 7- The Beneš Succession: Storm Warnings (1935-38) 85
  • Notes 101
  • 8- The Sudeten Fires Flare (1938) 103
  • Notes 121
  • 9- Summer Turmoil (1938) 124
  • Notes 130
  • 10- The Runciman Mission (summer 1938) 131
  • Notes 148
  • 11- Munich (september 1938) 151
  • Notes 169
  • 12- Aftermath of Munich (1938-41) 172
  • Notes 185
  • 13- War on Two Fronts (1941) 187
  • Notes 202
  • 14- Wartime Conferences And Treaties 205
  • Notes 215
  • 15- The Slovak Uprising: The Government's Return Home 218
  • Notes 232
  • 16- The Government Reconstituted On Home Ground (1945) 235
  • Notes 245
  • 17- Nationalities Transfers And Allied Army Withdrawals (1945) 247
  • Notes 255
  • 18- Democratic Socialization (1945-46) 257
  • Notes 271
  • 19- Cold War Beginnings (1946) 273
  • Notes 287
  • 20- Storm Signals (1947) 290
  • Notes 306
  • 21- The Communist Coup (1947-48) 308
  • Notes 318
  • 22- The Death of Jan Masaryk (1948) 320
  • Notes 332
  • Abbreviations 333
  • Bibliography 335
  • Index 343
  • About the Authors 353
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