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📬You're invited to #sinewsofpeace75!
What: free virtual program for the 75th Anniversary of #Churchill's Iron Curtain speech
When: Mar 5-6
RSVP: registration required https://www.nationalchurchillmuseum.org/03-05-21-75thsinews.html
Full Schedule: ⬇️
You can now add playful images of Kafka, Charles IV, Rudolf II, or Božena Němcová to your messages.
Reverberate, episode 6: The plastic people of Prague – podcast https://www.theguardian.com/music/audio/2021/mar/03/reverberate-episode-6-the-plastic-people-of-prague-podcast?CMP=share_btn_tw
A team of scientists has reconstructed in glorious detail the faces of two sons of Saint Ludmila who left an indelible mark on Czech history: Spytihněv I, founder of Prague Castle, and Vratislav I, father of “good king Wenceslas”.
Exactly 100 years ago today, Jaroslav Hašek published his satirical and anti-militarist book "Osudy dobrého vojáka Švejka za světové války", known in English as The Good Soldier Svejk. Today, it is considered one of the jewels of Czech literature.