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The Czech Republic

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Chronicling the history of the Republic, thi s book focuses on historical conflicts between the Czech and Slovak peoples, then explores daily life, politics and the challenges faced by the country today. '
Hardcover, 122 pages
Published February 1st 1997 by Facts on File
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Penelope
Jul 04, 2012 rated it liked it
Published in 1997 so not completely up to date but this just so happens to be the only history book I can get my hands on at the moment. Written for students, clearly (grades 7-12ish); quick, easy read but not too dumbed down. Extremely simplified early history with slightly more detailed information about the 20th century, as well as "current" (that is, 1997) information about government, culture, the arts, etc.

The "Further Reading" section in the back served only to disappoint me. The cover is
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John Bess
Nice basic overview of the Czech Republic. Very political in nature when I'd wanted more historical information.
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