As part of its social media strategy, the BCSA has an official British Czech and Slovak Association Facebook group for its members and supporters. Click here to join us, share your knowledge and make useful contributions!
Its purpose is to promote dialogue in British Czech and Slovak relations, provide a platform for disseminating information and a signpost to other British organisations with Czech/Slovak links.
We also have a Facebook newsfeed page with selected articles covering business, economics and politics. Click here to become a follower and offer your suggestions to widen the coverage.
For the past two years, scientists from the Institute of Geonics at the Czech Academy of Sciences have been searching for historical landscape paintings and photographs.
Mother’s Day in the Czech Republic this year is celebrated on May 9. The holiday here has its roots in the First Republic, and it all but vanished in the communist era. https://www.expats.cz/czech-news/article/mother-s-day-in-the-czech-lands-was-introduced-by-alice-masarykova#.YJefRo6O6y0.twitter via @expatscz
This week the British Embassy unveiled a plaque in memory of two British servicemen who took part in the Prague Uprising in 1945 and who saved many lives by their incredibly brave action.
The Black Death in Bohemia: a medieval pandemic
May 20 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm BST
A Zoom lecture by Dr Mark Whelan.
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PLEASE NOTE THE LATER START TIME!
📢Today the MAFCSV are proud to announce the launch of a new book called ‘Plot 28; Tragedy and Triumph, Brookwood, 1940-1955’ by Dr George Scott. More: https://www.facebook.com/506916773102765/posts/1165322730595496/?d=n
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