A novelty on the Slovak book market
Review of this interesting news from the Libri publishing house
The book by the popular author of non-fiction in an engaging way and on the basis of hitherto little-known or completely unknown facts (including period black-and-white photographs) shows the reader what was happening at the time, which was and still is often presented in a distorted form. (Paid advertising)
Book about the air war over Prague and its surroundings from March to May 1945 (paid advertising)
Commentary on the book.
Before Christmas 2013, the first volume of the four-part pictorial monograph Czechoslovak Legion in Russia 1914–1920, prepared in co-production by two publishers: EPOQUE 1900 and OUR MILITARY, is to be published. This extensive work, mapping the history of Czechoslovakia. troops in Russia, the life and struggle of legionnaires, will certainly attract due attention not only to the bereaved, historians and lovers of militaria, but hopefully also to a wider range of people interested in our history and the establishment of Czechoslovakia. state. The individual parts of the monograph are planned so that they can be part of the great celebrations of the centenary (2014–2018) of the founding of the first Czech and Czechoslovak. units abroad. In this article you will learn how to order and take advantage of a 25% discount! Only until the end of September 2013!
Friends of military history and supporters of the history of Czechoslovak armies in particular can look forward to the publication of the publication “ELITE OF THE ARMY. Czechoslovak military generals 1918 - 1992 " . (paid advertising)
In the summer of 1944, the issues of the post-war organization of Europe became very topical, especially of course the question of what to do with Germany. Among the most controversial proposals for the post-war organization of Germany was the so-called Morgenthau Plan, which was approved by Roosevelt and Churchill in September 1944 at a conference in Quebec. (paid advertising)
A book about the patriotism of Czechoslovak pilots during the Second World War against the background of war and political events.
Review of this great new book from Libri
As a theme for the film, this work would be rejected as unbelievable. Our leaders are not elected for their intelligence or deeds, but rather for their ability to gain people's trust and willingness to betray it. They are chosen by a small satanic sect (Kabbalah bankers and Freemasons) that controls world finances and the media. Our leaders are the younger members of this sect, called the Illuminati. (paid advertising)
With the subtitle Feminism and the New World Order, Henry Makow, with his Jewish origins, belongs to a special group of authors of conspiracy theories. In this book, he often mentions already known facts from the field of conspiracy "sci-fi", moreover, you can find out from his words: The book can be purchased at www.bodyartbook.cz (paid advertising)
The book The Spiritual Father of the successful television series Michal Dlouhý, entitled Humoresky, seriously introduces readers to how the theme of his own series developed, acquaints with the realities of gendarmerie life on which the author based his series, but became real models for filmmaking. also with the real destinies of the people who became the forerunner of some serial characters. The author's intention is to socially rehabilitate the unjustly forgotten Czechoslovak gendarmerie choir.
To give you an idea, we present five of the thirty short stories from the book.
Author of renowned books devoted to the initial phase of the Soviet-German war. Representative of the "new wave" of Russian independent military historians, whose professional quality significantly surpasses Viktor Suvorov's journalism and its objectivity significantly surpasses the stereotypes of official Russian historiography.
(paid advertising) This book is about the power of the Jewish lobby to influence US policy toward the Middle East.
Encyclopedia of the Czechoslovak Air Force during the military readiness of the state in the autumn of 1938.
Recently, a colleague from Active Reserves lent me a book that already fascinated me with its title. When I asked him how he came to her, he replied that it had been written by a friend of his who was in the legion. Although the reader does not learn anything about Kolwezi-type actions in the book, he is allowed to look at the ordinary life of a legionnaire from his perspective. And whoever has undergone at least basic training in the Czech Army, will find that even the legion is just an army with all the flies. And here are a few snippets ...